Ever wondered why a Teochew Kueh is shaped like a peach and is usually pink in colour? The Teochew Kueh, also known as a ‘red peach cake’, is actually a symbol of longevity as peaches are often used as offerings in Chinese religious ceremonies.

At Tiong Bahru Teochew Kueh, the Peng Kueh was smooth and chewy on its skin with generous fillings of glutinous rice and soft peanuts. Dipped with dark sauce and chilli, the cakes brought back several fond childhood memories. You can also choose the fragrant pan-fried versions where the outer layer will be fried crispy.

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#02-02 Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre
Open Hourings:7am – 2pm; closed on Mondays

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