Locally Made

Locally Made

Featuring Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Holland Village), Tan's Tutu Kueh
Nat N.
Nat N.

Ok my nails are pretty ratchet here but please focus on the OG of all tutu kuehs in Singapore here!! So Tan’s Tutu Coconut Cake has been around for 80+ years and the current owner’s father actually was the one who brought Tutu Kueh to singapore and innovated such that it’s the tutu kueh we know today - steamed rice cakes with fillings!

I tried their dark chocolate tutu kueh and I fell in love!!!!!! I’m quite biased towards chocolate-flavoured things but there’s just something about the fluffy rice cake and warm, melty chocolate coming together that’s so so good.
I really love finding hawker gems like this. Of course, I love my overpriced cafe food but when it comes down to it, I appreciate hawkers and as much as possible, I’d love if legacies continue. I really don’t think any cafe foods or overseas cuisines can beat Singapore’s hawker heritage.

Verdict: 10/10 (i grew up eating these so this isn’t much of a objective review HAHAHA. Then again, when are food reviews ever really objective?)

We got their signature Wanton Mee ($5.50) and their Thai Fried Pork ($7) and some extra Deep Fried Wantons ($7). The wanton mee was really springy and the black sauce was super savoury and nice! The chasiew was meh but PLEASE order the fried pork. They’re smothered in fried garlic and super crispy and satisfying!!

Nat N.

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