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347 Jurong East Avenue 1
#01-218 Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre
Singapore 600347

Saturday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Sunday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Friday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

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~$5/pax

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Reviews at Lai Heng Teochew Handmade Kueh (Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre)

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Had always been seeing posts by fellow Burpple Tastemakers about this one but I had never been able to find them โ€” that is until today; happened to be in the area for something else but found them right there in the food centre. So it's true sometimes that people say one shouldn't try looking too hard for something โ€” it just appears right in front of you sometimes.

I didn't really brother with the original โ€” there was only stomach space for one, and the pan-fried version takes the cake. That crusty and chewy skin and the crunchy radish were absolutely delightful, served piping hot off the pan upon order; quite certainly everything that sealed the deal for me.

This is my first time trying these variations of teochew kueh and it does not disappoint. You can choose from 4 different types. They are really generous with the fillings and the skin is chewy. Complete it with drizzles of sweet sauce and chilly sauce.

Wanted to get the pan-fried one but since I pointed at the steamed ones those are the one I got ๐Ÿ˜… I think this is the time to up my Chinese skill.

4 munchies: There's a reason why a long queue is always spotted at this stall โ€“ the gu chai kueh (Chinese chives), soon kueh (turnip), and png kueh (glutinous rice) are handmade fresh daily and stuffed with generous fillings. While the steamed kuehs taste just as great, I'd highly recommend you to get the ones that are pan-fried to order for a crisp exterior and chewy interior. Be sure to grab a few boxes home early because they sell out by 2-3pm each day! #BurppleBestofJurong #Burpproved

4 munchies: There's a reason why a long queue is always spotted at this stall โ€“ the gu chai kueh (Chinese chives), soon kueh (turnip), and png kueh (glutinous rice) are handmade fresh daily and stuffed with generous fillings. While the steamed kuehs taste just as great, I'd highly recommend you to get the ones that are pan-fried to order for a crisp exterior and chewy interior. Be sure to grab a few boxes home early because they sell out by 2-3pm each day! #BurppleBestofJurong #Burpproved

Lai Heng Teochew Handmade Kueh ($0.70 to $0.90) has their kuehs freshly made with deft fingers. You can get it steamed but I'll say, order yours pan-fried! The crusted skin is a layer of outer crisp to the chewy inner skin, exuding an extra aroma of light char, adding dimension and flavour. Each kueh is generously filled.
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Peng Kueh (glutinous rice) is made simple with rice, peanuts and a bit of dried shrimp and may be relatively blander. Soon Kueh (turnip) is sweet with a light and chewy skin. Gu Chai Kueh (Chinese chives) though was my favourite, with a touch of dark sauce and chilli, moist and most fragrant.
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Full review: http://bit.do/herecomesgin-Jurong-TTT

For ultimate homey comfort, nothing quite beats a breakfast of Teochew kueh painstakingly made by hand. Choose from an assortment that includes Rice Cake (png kueh), Chinese Chives Cake (gu chai kueh) and Turnip Cake (soon kueh), all priced between $0.70 to $0.90 each. The kueh skin is delicately thin and chewy, and the fillings are generous and tasty. The stall offers you the option to pan-fry the kueh, which adds a lovely crisp and char. Take Tastemaker Marc T.'s advice and order the pan-fried version, and swing by early if you intend to bag home a few boxes as the stall usually sells out around 2 to 3pm daily.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Marc T.

Traditional homemade kueh always the prefer. Either steam or pan fry version.

what's for breakfast? honestly nothing beats eating freshly made bites made painstakingly by hand. at lai heng, they sell nothing but just petite bite size teochew kuehs; rice kueh, soon kueh and chinese chives kueh. perfect for breakfast or that little afternoon snack indulgence.

the extra touch here had to be the option to pan fry your kuehs. quality of skin is already a lovely thin and chewy to begin with (especially the soon and chinese chives) but that extra crisp and char after frying really up the game. for a real authentic treat, go with the chinese chives fillings which they serve generously. then, drizzle with complimentary dark sweet sauce and have a hearty one, teochew style at only $0.70 - $0.90 / pc.

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It's quite a rare & nostalgic sight seeing these type of authentic kuehs being handmade everyday upon order. Their Jiu Chai & Soon Kueh fare better than the Png Kueh, not the best around but definitely one of the most traditional, seeing the symphony of movements made by the aunties crafting the next batch of Kuehs . ๐Ÿ˜‹
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ACAMASTIPS & GTK๐Ÿ’ฎ: There's a Steamed & Pan Fried Version. Order the Pan Fried ones to eat on the spot & Steamed ones to go. Go as early as you can, they only open while stock lasts. ๐Ÿ––๐Ÿป
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๐Ÿ“Lai Heng Teochew Handmade Kueh
347 Jurong East Avenue 1
#01-218 Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre

4 munchies: There's a reason why a long queue is always spotted at this stall โ€“ the gu chai kueh (Chinese chives), soon kueh (turnip), and png kueh (glutinous rice) are handmade fresh daily and stuffed with generous fillings. While the steamed kuehs taste just as great, I'd highly recommend you to get the ones that are pan-fried to order for a crisp exterior and chewy interior. Be sure to grab a few boxes home early because they sell out by 2-3pm each day! #BurppleBestofJurong #Burpproved

Mornings made of kuehs are the best, don't you think?
The kuehs from Lai Heng Kueh (#01-218) are handmade on a daily basis, and you can choose from an assortment of traditional kuehs such as the png kueh, soon kueh or ku cai kueh.
I love how they have pan-fried options which gives you that crunch while allowing the skin to remain soft & chewy!

Having this for breakfast reminds me of what growing up with my grandparents felt like ๐Ÿ˜Œ

#BurppleBestofJurong #BurppleSG

You can still see these aunties busy at their craft at Yuhua Hawker Centre, churning out these bright, cheerful looking kuehs!

Everything was good, but my favourite was the Chinese chives kueh which had a really thin skin and they even pan fried it to give it a good char and bite to it. In-kueh-dible! ๐Ÿ˜

PLUS free flow drizzling of chili and sweet sauce. and they only ask you for $0.70 - $0.90 / pcs for their humble offerings of png (glutinous rice) / soon (turnip) / ku chai (chives) kueh. get out of here! no. freaking. way!! p.s: hawker gonna close for 2 months for renovation beginning 1st oct.

Simple yet comforting side snack. The soon kueh tastes unique indeed, as it is homemade. Loved how the owners fried it such that it had the right level of crispiness! Also loved how they made the skin thin. The png kueh was not bad too, however I prefer the soon kueh's skin. Overall, this stall is not bad! Both kuehs have very tasty and well-seasoned fillings. If you come early enough, you can even catch them making the kuehs themselves!

did you know the teochews are sngaporeโ€™s second-largest sub-group of chinese, where 20 percent of singaporeโ€™s chinese population is teochew?
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apart from sharing a little bit more about our teochew kuehs, we got to see a live demo and even got our hands dirty making our own (came in all mutated shapes and sizes though)! but nothing beats eating the freshly hand made and pan fried on the spot. .

if you are interested to find out more about teochew kuehs, please download call "heng heng" app - developed specially in conjunction with singapore #teochewfestival2016! a cutest kid's voice will shout out the kuehs in teochew!
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