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To me, kuehs are suitable for consumption at any time of the day but most preferably, tea-time. I bought a box of ten (10) at $6.50 which I got the sales staff to mix for me after choosing four (4) different flavours. There are two types of lapis and I was told that one of them uses more coconut milk. Considering that my dad is still coughing away, I got the one with less coconut milk which I think is nonya lapis.The sizes of the kuehs are big and comes in lots of colour combination. Also after
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To me, kuehs are suitable for consumption at any time of the day but most preferably, tea-time. I bought a box of ten (10) at $6.50 which I got the sales staff to mix for me after choosing four (4) different flavours. There are two types of lapis and I was told that one of them uses more coconut milk. Considering that my dad is still coughing away, I got the one with less coconut milk which I think is nonya lapis.

The sizes of the kuehs are big and comes in lots of colour combination. Also after calculating, $0.65 per piece is more worth than those at Bengawan Solo which basically are quite small compared to this and expensive too. The taste is just like normal kuehs you can find anywhere. Sweet and sticky, and I enjoy tearing by layers of the 9-layer kueh. A childhood snack that I will never forget and still enjoying it until now. However, I advise that you buy in lesser quantity to enjoy the freshness. I bought too many and when I fridge them, it turns a little hard and you know what is next if it is left in the fridge for more days.
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2013-08-19