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Poh Cheu Handmade Soon Kway Ang Ku Kueh (寳洲手工制作筍粿红龟粿)

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Located on Bukit Merah Lane 1, Poh Cheu Handmade Soon Kway Ang Ku Kueh serves traditional handmade Teochew snacks.

Mon - Sat: 08:00 - 18:00

+65 62762287
$3 based on 11 submissions
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4.5

Value for money and tasty

Despite the mixed reviews, I've decided to make a trip down and try the famous ang ku kueh. True enough, there was a queue formed when I got there.

There were about 10 flavors of ang ku kueh. I tried the peanut and green bean ones. The skin was soft and smooth and it was something you wouldn't get sick of halfway through. It was packed with ingredients too.

Besides, I also tried the green tea and black sesame flavors. These were rather refreshing as I rarely find them at other places.

Overall, I find that the stall is worth a visit especially at the affordable prices.

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• 16 Apr 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

disppointing services

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I ordered glutenous rice and ang ku kueh for baby's full month. my friends and relatives commented that the glutenous rice is hard, the ang gu kueh skin is thick. They said that jixiang's ang gu kueh is thinner  and taste better.

My main complain is their service. while on the receipt they said collection is at 10 am, they could only give me at 10.30 am. As I was rushing for full month celebratiion, I hurried them and they told me that I could get from else where and they could refund me. What an attitude!

I ordered 14 big boxes of glutenous rice, 12 boxes of small one and 100 pieces of ang ku kueh , however, as my daughter said that she suddenly realised that she did not need so many ang ku, I called to cancel 50 and they were very annoyed even though I cancelled one hour after my order. It is their policy to collect full payment upon order so after much negotiation then they agreed to refund me the payment for the 50 ang ku. the most unbelievable thing is they only gave me 4 big boxes of the rice instead of 14. luckily I discovered in time. I am therefore very disappointed with the overall service.
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• 05 Jul 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Value for money and tasty

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Despite the mixed reviews, I've decided to make a trip down and try the famous ang ku kueh. True enough, there was a queue formed when I got there.

There were about 10 flavors of ang ku kueh. I tried the peanut and green bean ones. The skin was soft and smooth and it was something you wouldn't get sick of halfway through. It was packed with ingredients too.

Besides, I also tried the green tea and black sesame flavors. These were rather refreshing as I rarely find them at other places.

Overall, I find that the stall is worth a visit especially at the affordable prices.

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• 29 Jun 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Check your AKK order

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I think one has to check their order for the ang ku kueh. On Wed (6/27), I wanted to buy the peanut filling (my top top favourite). I brought it back only to realise that they were something else. I still swallow it but is really not nice. There is a very strong aftertaste of lard. According to my friend who patronizes this stall often, it seems like the stall is frequently 'careless' when packing AKK order. And they also push sale if the AKK that you ordered are sold out, without much tact. So do check your AKK order to avoid disappointment. So sad, I missed my peanut AKK ;((
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