Kedai Kue Kue – Flowery Floury Kueh Bangkit
The Kueh Bangkit, also known as Tapioca Flour or Coconut Cookie, is originally used as an alter offering. Therefore, they are usually shaped like a golden coin to symbolize prosperity. Those shaped in other forms usually represent fertility.
Kedai Kue Kue, known for their authentic Indonesian cakes, has their lovely Kueh Bangkit shaped like petite flowers. The off-white cookies are hand-made in Indonesian-style, produced by layering the dough so that they do not crumble.
These morsels do not break apart easily and retain their shape well. When popped, they melt in the mouth smoothly without that chunky feeling while savouring the fragrant coconut milk essence. A tip: Pair them with Chinese Jasmine or floral teas which will further sooth your throat.
Kedai Kue Kue (Tampines 1 , Great World City, Changi Airport Terminal 2)
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