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Sunday, August 28, 2022

Ah Kong Wa Kuih 阿公碗粿

Wa Kuih is one of the rare traditional Chinese snacks we can find nowadays around us. Upon seeing this specialised traditional Hokkien food stall, we decided to give it a try.

Stall of Ah Kong Wa Kuih

The bowl of Wa Kuih (when literally translated from Hokkien means "Bowl Cake") was steamed in a metal bowl before transferring into the plastic container and served to the customer. It was topped with tasty brown sauce, minced garlic and chilli (optional).

Wa Kuih - $2.80

Wa Kuih is made up of rice flour with dried shrimp, fried shallot, and mushrooms and steamed to become a "cake". With the ingredients, its quite tasty, nonetheless the sauce and garlic enhanced its taste,

Wa Kuih with Brown Sauce

The Wa kuih has a smooth bouncy consistency and is firmer as compared to the Zhui Kueh we have.


They are open as early as 7.45am till sold out. Have you tried Wa Kuih yet? Do have a try before such a traditional snack disappears from my sight. 

Rating: 3.25 / 5

Ah Kong Wa Kuih 阿公碗粿
Chinatown Complex, 335 Smith St, #02-116, Singapore 050335

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