[Halal | Tasting] An interesting adaption from the actual thing, which is commonly mistaken for Kueh Tutu. In spite of the lack of striking differences, the main difference between the both is that Putu Piring is filled with gula melaka and its concept originated from India, whereas Kueh Tutu is filled with peanut or coconut and has Chinese origins.

This has managed to stay true to its original form. It hit the mark on texture and the ingredients (i.e. coconut, gula melaka, Indian flour). This sufficed on its own actually – like it was good enough without the ice-cream. Not that the cold scoop was out of place, but it felt more supplementary than complementary. Everyone at the table collectively agreed on this! (7.4/10)