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Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

My maternal great grandmother was a Teochew who came to Singapore from Swatow, China. I remembered the times when all of us would gather around the dining table to help or watch her make traditional kueh during festive occasions. Her yam cake and png kueh were the best. Ever since 嬤 passed away, I hadn’t been able to find similar Teochew kueh that were on par with the ones she used to make. Despite that, I still have my favourite go-to place. Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh is one kueh shop in Singapore that I particularly love. The taste is not quite the same as what I was once familiar with. Nonetheless, there’s still something nostalgic about their kueh. I guess it’s what we call 古早味.

Ah Yee's Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

There is only one Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh shop in Singapore, which is located on Tembeling Road in Joo Chiat. Pretty far from where I live so I’m really glad that I can make use of Pickupp to purchase my favourite kueh without having to travel all the way there.

Before this, I had also used Pickupp to deliver Uggli Muffins and Champion Bolo Bun to my doorstep. So convenient!

Ah Yee's Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

Got 2 assorted boxes. Each box consists of a piece of Soon Kueh, Ku Chye Kueh, Peng Kueh and Yam Kueh each.

Ah Yee's Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

Soon Kueh 笋粿

Seriously, I must say their soon kueh is the best. It really makes other soon kueh pale in comparison, lol.

The skin is thin. Yet every soon kueh is plump-looking with a good amount of filling in it. The jicama has a nice crunch and a lovely fragrance of dried shrimps. Gotta pair with the accompanying black sauce that isn’t too sweet and the chilli sauce that has quite a bit of a spicy kick.

Ah Yee's Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

Peng Kueh 糯米饭粿

The skin is just as thin too. And the rice filling is just so tasty and nicely seasoned. What I love best is the texture of the glutinous rice that is not mushy at all. There is still some springiness to it so it gives a really good bite. Plus, it doesn’t feel dense or heavy.

Ku Chye Kueh 韭菜粿

I don’t normally eat ku chye (chives) that much but this ku chye kueh is outstanding. Packed full of chopped chives with a garlicky aroma that really stands out. Overall, pretty light and delicious.

Ah Yee's Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

Yam Kueh 芋头粿

The shredded yam in the filling just brings the kueh to another level. With this added fragrance and texture. OMG, I love anything yam! So good!

Final thoughts

Fresh tasting. Thin, silky and smooth skin. Substantial and delicious fillings. I couldn’t just pick one out as my favourite because all flavours were good. Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh is definitely one of the best places to go for traditional kueh like these. Must try, peeps!

Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh
124 Tembeling Road
Singapore 423623
7.00am to 5.00pm Thu-Tue
Closed on Wednesdays
Telephone

(65) 9878 2843

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/AhYeesSoonKueh/

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