Color Me Nonya Kueh

Singapore

Championing unique Southeast Asian heritage, Nonya Kueh is a classic yummy dessert made from rice flour and fresh coconut milk. These colorful bite-sized treats are enjoyed here in Singapore any time of day—whether it’s breakfast, brunch, or in between. Usually smooth in texture with a chewy bite, these tasty Nonya Kuehs are a must-try in these sweet shops around the city!

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  • Cafes & Restaurants
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  • Bakery

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Ji Xiang Confectionery

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A household name when it comes to Chinese pastries, Ji Xiang Confectionery has amassed a loyal clientele through the years thanks to their delicious and preservative-free Nonya Ang Ku Kuehs. Their kuehs usually come in the color red, made with a sweet filling in the middle that melts in your mouth. Choose your favorite Ang Ku Kueh flavor among peanut, sweet bean, corn, salted bean, yam, and coconut for a delicious treat!

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Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

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Expect a long queue of Nonya Kueh aficionados when you drop by the Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry Bakery. Since the 1970s, this store has been selling a variety of tasty Nonya specialties using decade-old recipes. Take a bite of Onde Onde made from sticky rice coated with freshly grated coconut or sample Kueh Kosui, another yummy kueh that has a soft, bouncy texture and a strong scent of pandan. Trust that it’s good when locals love their products because it’s always served fresh and rich in flavor.

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Lek Lim Nonya Cake Confectionery

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From dishing out delectable kuehs in a humble kitchen, Lek Lim Nyonya Cake Confectionery has grown to become a delicacy giant that continues the tradition of making handmade Nonya Kueh through the years. Theirs are squishy and bouncy kuehs rich in filling, perfect for different occasions like religious festivals, family celebrations, or even corporate gatherings.

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Molly's Nonya Kuehs

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Aromatic, delicious, and authentic have become synonymous with Molly's Nonya Kuehs. Spoil yourself with the taste of uniquely flavored kuehs like Corn Gu Kueh, Black Gu Kueh, Chwee Kueh, and Coconut Gu Kueh. Make sure to drop by early to get your kuehs fresh out of the oven!

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Borobudur Snacks Shop Pte Ltd

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Incredibly delicious kuehs, treats, and other Indonesian delicacies await at this shop on 537 Bedok North Street 3. Take a bite of their yummy Onde Onde stuffed with grated coconuts and boiled in honey syrup. Finish off your Nonya Kueh adventure by sampling Borobudur Snacks Shop's Ang Ku Kuehs in different flavors like yam or salted mung bean—certainly worth a try!

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HarriAnns Nonya Table

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HarriAnns Nonya Table prides itself on creating handmade kuehs using top-quality ingredients and minimal sugar. Once you sink your teeth into their warm Nonya Kueh, you'll enjoy a burst of pure coconut milk and rich palm sugar. Put the signature Rainbow Lapis Kueh on top of your must-try list and experience its rich taste layer by layer.

  • +65 6238 1200
  • 230 Victoria St, #01-01A Bugis Junction Towers, Singapore 188024

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Kueh Ho Jiak Tanjong Pagar

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The mother-daughter tandem of Sandy and Elizabeth Tan has made Kueh Ho Jiak one of Singapore's most celebrated kueh shops. Their scrumptious Nonya Kuehs are prepared using premium quality ingredients with exciting flavors for first-time customers to try like Sweet Potato Skin Ang Ku Kueh and Durian Ang Ku Kueh. If you want a healthier twist to your dessert, go for vegetarian choices like Chendol Kueh or Gula Melaka Kueh Kosui.

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Makko Teck Neo

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

Specializing in Peranakan dishes, Makko Teck Neo’s Nonya Kuehs are great because they’re not too oily nor too sweet. Sample authentic glutinous kueh with their Kueh Salat Pumpkin or Nyonya Soon Kueh filled with turnip and dried shrimp.

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Poh Cheu

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

When you want to try unique Ang Ku Kuehs, visit Poh Cheu Soon Kueh at 127 Bukit Merah Lane 1. There are 12 flavors to choose from, including durian, green tea, mango, and even coffee! The best thing about their Ang Ku Kueh here is it has a more delicate texture than most kuehs; plus, it has yummy homemade filling inside.

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Lina Confectionery & Trading

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

For many years, Lina Confectionery & Trading has been serving delicious handmade Kueh Lapis, a local favorite in Singapore. It's a traditional layered cake made with top quality ingredients, which you get with prunes or chocolates. Other must-try delectable treats you shouldn’t miss here are Kueh Dadar and Kueh Lopis.

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