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Yong's Teochew Kueh sells a variety of both local and Teochew traditional handmade snacks. continue reading
Opening Hours
07:00 - 19:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 19:00
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Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Soon Kueh Png Kueh
Review (6)
Level4 2017-05-25
The place was well known for its handmade kueh, especially the cabbage kueh. For Sunday morning, the queue stretched all the way to outside the outlet. Here one had to queue to place order at the counter before moving to the cashier to make payment with order in your hand. Do take note that the deep fried spring roll counter was separated. Collect your order only when you are about to make payment so that to ensure the spring roll would be light and crispy.Soon Kueh 笋粿 ($1.20)It was packed with shredded turnip, mushroom and dried shrimps, shaped like a moon.Cabbage Kueh 包菜粿 ($1.20)This was hot seller in the outlet which was a must buy for everyone here. Shaped like a ball, it was packed with shredded cabbage and dried shrimp, till bursting. The skin was thin and cut through easily with a fork. It was like a dumpling stuffed with the homecooked stirred fried cabbage in it.Glutinous Rice Kueh 糯米饭粿 ($1.30)I was usually not a fan of Rice Kueh, but the version here was packed with savoury mushroom in it which made it very taste. Instead of the usual pink skin, it was white skin with a pink dot. Inside also packed with soft chewy rice and soft peanuts.Ku Chye Kueh 韭菜粿 ($1.30)Similar to the cabbage kueh, it was shaped like a ball.Yam Kueh 芋粿 ($1.40)It looked similar to the Glutinous Rice Kueh, but without the pink dot.Yam Paste 芋泥 ($7/ big)Quite plain looking, so don't forget add the Ginko Nut 白果  ($3.50) to add texture. It was quite smooth in texture without too sweet.Tapioca Cake 木薯糕 ($3.60/3 pcs)It was still pipping hot when I grabbed a box. Although it was huge, it sliced through easily with a fork. Soft and chewy without too sweet.Glutinous Rice 糯米饭 ($3.50)The roasted peanut was packed separately. The simple looking dish was savoury with the rice holding its shape well.Popiah 薄饼 ($1.60)Freshly made upon order by the elderly aunty. Crispy outside stuffed with crispy juicy shredded  carrot, turnip, mushroom and dried shrimps. continue reading
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Level4 2015-05-18
Just right after breakfast on a public holiday morning, we walk across the road to check out some Teochew Kueh.Yong's Teochew Kueh has been around at the shop houses of Upper Serangoon Road for a long time. I was rather surprise by the number of people queuing up for their traditional Chinese snacks even at early hours of a public holiday. Interior floor space was rather limited and crowded with patrons lining up for their food as well as the workers rushing here and there in preparation of the items. There are no seatings available inside the shop but there are 1 or 2 tables right outside them. Interior looked ather traditional pieced up by small pieces on floor titles and traditional white tiles on the wall. There will be one section right at the left side of the shop where we can get to see the live demonstration of how a fried popiah is done. After queuing for a short while in a shop, you will find yourselves smell full of teochew snacks. Besides selling traditional Kuehs, Yong do have fried bee hoon for the breakfast and Yam paste for desserts.We wanted to buy some tapioca kueh but somehow they are still in the process of preparing them.Yong's packaging comes in paper box featuring numerous traditional teochew kueh and its ingredients in color printing. The box also indicated that one can also order via their hotline.Soon Kueh is quite big in size and looked plump. It was filled with crunchy grated turnips. As compared to the usual ones that I had ever eaten, theirs are considered above average.Pink Png Kueh and Soon Kueh are quite normal from the common chinese snack stall but I have never seen a white Png Kueh before. Those white Png Kueh perhaps looked more towards the original as they do not have any pink coloring on their skin. If you asked my preference, my vote will definitely goes to the white. Yam Kueh was rather unique and I have totally no idea it exist! It's modified version of the glutinous rice kueh just yam is included among the sticky glutinous rice fillings with ingredients such as mushrooms, peanuts and dried shrimps to enhance its aroma.www.umakemehungry.com continue reading
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Level1 2014-05-31
my favourite stall for teow chew kueh...Their yam paste taste better than lot of stalls in Singapore...highly recommended for the yam paste but just go for the small one will do because the large one dun have "ba guo" inside...shun kueh also another must try kueh in that shop...you might want to go there early in the morning to avoid the crowd...normally I will go there around 8 something... continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-26
Yong's Teochew Kueh has gained a name for serving great soon kuehs and peng kuehs, and this roadside stall is usually packed with people eating in or taking away in the mornings. We visited during evening time when it was definitely less crowded. The glutinous rice kueh ($1) is not too bad- the glutinous rice filling was rather fragrant and had lots of shrimps in it, just too bad it was a tad cold when served out to us. I also felt the kueh's skin was too dense and not chewy enough for my liking. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-21
Located along the shophouses at Upper Serangoon Road. This Teochew Kueh stall has been around at for a long time. I live a few steps away from the place but has never visit it. Every weekend morning I would see a long queue of people eating and buying Teochew Kueh from the stall. One morning, I went to check out the place. The soon kueh is my favourite here. The soon kueh was huge! I enjoyed the fullest of its filling and the smooth silky skin. continue reading
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