930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City, South Wing Singapore 769098 #B2-146
$3 · Halal Certified · Takeaway · Malay · Dessert · Putu Piring
Monday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Tuesday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Wednesday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Thursday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Friday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Saturday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm Sunday: 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
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Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago
Good if you eating directly and still hot. 5 pcs for 2.5 dollar, location in geylang serai market level 1.
Rated 1.0/5.0 a year ago
Staff all talking and not interested to do business even when i was the only one standing in front of the shop. Stood there for a while before i said "hello! Can order?" Then someone relunctantly came over to take the order. I really think they should change all their staff at this outlet. Hire such people to work only bring your business reputation down. Make the putu piring also make untill all the filling drop out and stuck to bottom of box.. If this continues on.. i don't see them going very far.. better make some positive changes soon.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
I was surprised to see with 4-5 ‘makcik’ dressed in ebony white, making putu piring in quick precision and systematic rhythm. And upon observing, they were selling Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring. I noticed that it was listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide with a “Michelin Plate. It was also featured in Netflix’s new series “Street Food” – produced from the creators of Chef’s Table. The Putu Piring are made on the spot to order so once can be assured that they will always be piping hot. It goes at $2.50 per pack of 5, while other flavours of Chocolate, Coconut and Durian goes for $3.00 per pack of 3. The stall also sells some Malay traditional desserts also available including pineapple tarts ($22), peanut makmur ($22) and lapis prune ($50 for large, $15 for small). The Putu Piring were made of ground rice flour, filled with gula Melaka (palm sugar) in the centre, covered with another layer of rice flour and then steamed in metal conical moulds for about 5 minutes. The Putu Piring were presented with freshly grated coconut tinged with some salt on the side. When you bite into one, the brown Gula Melaka which had melted during the steam process would ooze out. The restaurant uses the highest quality of Gula Melaka and is very generous with the filling. At the end of the day, the secrets to a tasty Putu Piring are effort, and good simple ingredients. Best to be eaten hot.
Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago
Definitely among the best in the peninsula, The gula Melaka texture is well done, lots of coconut shredded adequately salted, the rice is fine texture good even after 1 hour sitting in take away box. Those of who tapau and not immediately eating, do leave the box open to prevent moisture collecting.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
When I tried it in their Simpang Bedok outlet the original flavour was sold out. I tried the other flavours which I find too sweet. Finally managed to try the original. Comes with lots of coconut “shavings”. It taste decent. I definitely prefer original to the other unique flavours they have.
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