Made for Cheng Delicacies

chengMaybe it’s fate that the rain brought you here. You know, we have this really good kueh. It’s one of our bestsellers. You should dine in and get the last box.

Or so the young man said at this resto. The rest of his speech got muffled by the rain. See, my friend and I were heading over to Tiong Bahru MRT station when suddenly there was this rain downpour. Luckily, this bright place was still open. And yes, we got the last box of kueh.

cheng2The place was well lit with all the white painted walls and details. The place has a high ceiling too that makes it very airy.


Kueh, which is one of the traditional snacks in Singapore, looks similar to our pichi pichi with the coconut shavings. But this one is made from rice flour so it can be likened to that of our sapin-sapin. This wasn’t that sweet and very tasty. I really liked how generous they were with the coconut shavings.

Homemade Herbal Tea
Homemade Herbal Tea

This doesn’t taste herbal at all. And that’s on a positive note. I was expecting it to have a strong herbal taste but it was actually a smooth drink. It wasn’t sweet and had this somewhat thick consistency.

cheng1Yeah, maybe fate brought me and my friend here. Although we never got to try their dishes, their kueh delicacies are worth stopping over.

Cheng Delicacies
27 Yong Siak Street, Singapore
Cheng Delicacies Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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