Tag Archive: Min Jiang Kueh

Win Win Peanut Pancake – S$1 Fluffy Min Jiang Kueh near People’s Park Food Centre

29 April

Something that many people don’t know about Chinatown is that there are many traditional eats and gems aside from famous Chinese food stalls – Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo and Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao. In this post, we will be reviewing a well-loved local snack, min jiang kueh. Parked at the block right next to People’s Park Food Centre, Win...

The Famous Min Jiang Kueh Stall from Ghim Moh Market with Peanut Butter Options

19 March

Filled with traditional food stalls run by many first-gen hawkers, Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre is one of the best hawker centres in Singapore. Aside from the famous Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh and Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck, one stall that perpetually has long queues is Granny’s Pancakes. Although they have multiple outlets, the one at Ghim Moh is the original...

Tiong Bahru Mian Jian Kueh — Nostalgic Slices Of Mian Jian Kueh That Always Sell Out Before 2pm

24 February

For the uninitiated, mian jian kueh is a traditional Chinese turnover pancake that is usually stuffed with fillings such as crushed peanuts and sugar. Moist and fluffy with a slight crispiness to it, this homely classic is your grandmother’s favourite breakfast staple. Even though it may not be as popular as it used to be in its heyday, you can still...