Saturday, November 29, 2008

Poh Cheu @ Alexandra Village

Sis, Momo and I had lunch at Alexandra Village and after lunch on a Saturday, we saw this long queue. Sis asked what's the queue about, I told her it's the famous Ang Ku Kway stall.

Sis thought of aunt who loves these kueh kueh stuff. We thought, we shall be nice nephew and niece and buy them some afternoon snack on the way home.



Yes, the queue's long.......
But it clears very fast. It's just point point and pack pack, so you don't really wait that long.



Momo had this pack of Koo Chai Kueh for her parents.



Sis and I were a bit 'mad'. We ordered one of each thing that they sell.
Our cousin loves sticky rice, so this is for her. Cousin loved it very much.



Aunt loves the "serng pua chee", the Yam Cakes shaped like Abacus, so this is for her too.



This box had the assortment of kueh kueh. The pink rice cake. Below it is the Yam Cake, Koo Chai Kueh, Soon Kueh, etc...



And their assortment of "ang ku kueh". They have all kinds of flavours, durian included! (the yellow one).

Other flavours includes Mango, Peanut, Green Bean, Yam, Salted Bean, Coconut, Red Bean, Coffee & Green Tea)



Poh Cheu
Block 127 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-230
Singapore 150127

Hours: 8 am - 6 pm, (Closed on Sun & Public Holiday)



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11 comments:

Life for Beginners said...

I love the different varieties of ang ku kueh they had for sale... so colourful! But as much as I love ang ku kueh and durian, I have reservations having them together! :P

XY said...

I thought the sticky rice had worms! LOL! XD

joan°☆° said...

could you include the prices of the food?

Keropok Man said...

LFB,
You sure you don't want to try the Durian AKK? Two of you fav things together, should be heavenly. LOL...


XY,
Looks interesting right? LOL...
Now relooking at it, those ikan bilis do look wormy. Nice worms. Yum yum... :-)


Joan,
I know the AKK costs 60 cents each. The rest, I did not notice it. My sis paid for it and they gave a price and we just paid.

EJ. said...

I had seen durian chee cheong fun, durian sushi in Sg.
and now there is durian "ang ku kueh", must see and try next time!

Keropok Man said...

They will come up with more stuff. People get more and more creative nowadays. But there are people like LFB who thinks twice about trying. :-)

The Galavanting Geographer said...

Hi hi, glad my uncle's (my father's elder brother) soon kueh shop is featured in your blog! Visit my fledgling blog for food posts (unfortunately they are mostly non-local eats).

Camemberu said...

Mmmh, have had my eye on this shop a while now...I love sticky rice and abacus seeds!

alicesg said...

Ooooo, I love the pink "png kueh".

Keropok Man said...

Galavanting Geographer,
Ooo, it's your uncle's shop! Tell your uncle many people love their kueh kueh ;-)


Camemberu,
Sticky rice and abacus seeds here are not bad.


Alicesg,
Hehe.. Png Kueh is my least favourite. Maybe I don't like the colour of the skin. LOL...

Rumela said...

This sticky rice will just the best rice recipe,fabulous, my children loved it, i will cook this sticky rice again and try the variations...how easy and quick it will to make? my husband will love it and I'm sure it'll be a big hit with the foodies!!



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