Friday, 18 May 2012

Traditional Chinese Pastry

Speaking of Chinese Pastry, all the sticky rice cakes will come popping out of my mind. Pastry like 'Soon Kueh', 'Ang Ku Kueh', etc... So here comes the main topic of this post.

Here comes...
The above shows 2 different variety of 'Soon Kueh'.
One of them would be the normal 'Soon Kueh' and one of them would
be a 'Soon Kueh' that is using bamboo shoots as the main ingredient.
If I'm not mistaken, they have more than 3 different kinds of
'Soon Kueh'. And on top of that, they also have more than 5 different
kinds of 'Ang Ku Kueh'. Besides for the common ones that's filled with
peanuts and red bean, there's favours like coconut, green tea, durian, etc...
Although the taste are pretty normal but I guess that their selling points
are the interesting traditional Chinese Pastry that they are selling at a
pretty affordable price. :D (I would like to try the 'Green Tea Ang Ku Kueh'...)

I was this poster outside their shop and think this should
give you a better idea of what you can get there. :D

This should give you a better idea of the types of
'Ang Ku Kueh' that they are making and selling.
(Being adventurous, I decided to try the Coconut 'Ang Ku Kueh'
and the Green Tea 'Ang Ku Kueh'. The skin of the 'Ang Ku Kueh'
isn't too sticky which makes it match more easier to chew.
On top of that, the strong fragrance that the ingredients have
simply makes it even more irresistible. Luckily I wasn't that
hungry at that moment, otherwise I might have purchased and eaten
all the different types of 'Ang Ku Kueh' at one go.:P

So where can you get all these Traditional Chinese Pastry?

The name of the stall would be 'Poh Cheu'.
It is located near the village of 'A'. :P

  • Operating Hours: 8am - 6pm daily
  • Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays.

* Click here for the map of 'Poh Cheu'.
^ Click here for some other delicacies that can be found in 'A' village.

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