Ji Xiang Confectionery in Everton Park specializes in traditional Ang Ku Kueh. We think they make one the best ang ku kuehs money can buy in Singapore. Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kuehs are made fresh on the premises in batches. Ji Xiang ang ku kuehs are not all “ang” – as they come in many colours with different fillings. It is not unusual to see a queue at Ji Xiang Confectionery. Sometimes when you reach the front of the queue, certain varieties of the ang ku kuehs would have run out. On a recent visit to Ji Xiang Confectionery, we managed to buy most of the different varieties of ang ku kuehs available. Continue reading →
Isetan Scotts Food Hall is quite small but it is a vibrant and interesting place to explore. Located in the basement supermarket, there is a bakery and a pastry section where colourful products are beautifully presented. If you are on a tight budget or on a strict diet, don’t go there. We stumbled into Isetan Scotts Food Hall and spent more than we should and ended up eating more than we could afford.
The humble tau huay (tau fu fah or bean curd) was one of cheap pleasures of life, craved by young and old. Today, bean curd takes many forms, comes in a variety of flavours and colours and can be found in glitzy malls and trendy eateries. To enjoy traditional tau hua, simply served warm and flavoured with only sugar syrup, we headed to Rochor Beancurd House in Geylang.