Review: Koh’s Curry Puff & Kueh (Singapore)



Whampoa Makan Place Singapore

Koh’s Curry Puff & Kueh

sells curry puffs and an assortment of kuehs. Curry puff has thin crust and tastes nice.


Curry Puff

This curry puff has a thin crust that is fairly crispy. Contains nicely flavoured curry potato fillings and a slice of boiled egg. I like it.

Fried Yam Cake

This fried yam cake is deep fried with crispy outsides and soft insides. Contains tiny bits of yam. Nice flavours too. Quite likeable.

Rice Kueh

This rice kueh is fried rather than steamed. It has a soft and sticky glutinous rice flour crust with a glutinous rice filling. The glutinous rice is soft and contains small slices of mushroom and some peanuts. Tastes decent too.

Soon Kueh

This soon kueh is fried as well, instead of steamed. It has a somewhat thick soft and chewy skin with nice moist shredded radish filling inside. Quite decent.


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Koh’s Curry Puff & Kueh

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