11 Places For Traditional Kueh Delivery Islandwide In Singapore — Ang Ku Kueh, Soon Kueh & More

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Ang ku kueh, png kueh, soon kueh — you name it, we love it. Kuehs are, hands down, one of Singapore’s more iconic desserts.

Coming in all shapes, sizes, colours and textures, kuehs are insanely versatile and there’s one for everybody. If you’re feeling peckish in the afternoon, these little treats are the perfect answer. Whether you like them sweet or savoury, we’ve got them all in the bag.

Here are 11 places that do islandwide delivery for traditional kueh in Singapore.

HarriAnns Nonya Table from FB

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HarriAnns is like that grandmother you have who never fails to have a special treat waiting for you whenever you visit. This Peranakan dessert brand has become a trusted name for top-notch kuehs, pastries and cakes.

There is no minimum order for islandwide delivery, with delivery fees varying with distance. But, enjoy free delivery for orders S$80 and above.

WhatsApp them at +65 97923523 / +65 91917277 to place your order.

Hougang Kueh from FB

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Nope, these guys aren’t at Hougang. But, wherever they may be, you can be certain that they will surely deliver. Handmade with love, their kueh selection features peng kueh, soon kueh, chive kueh and more.

There is a minimum order of S$35 for free delivery. They update their delivery menu and schedule every week on their website.

Order via their website here.

Jin Xing Handmade Kuehs from FB

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You’ve probably never heard of Jin Xing Handmade Kuehs before. And if you have, lucky you. This under-the-radar gem in a Bukit Batok coffeeshop does some excellent kuehs at really reasonable prices.

Expect a variety of soon kuehs, peng kuehs and even yam abacus seeds. Their kueh skin is impeccably soft and will leave you wanting more after each bite.

Delivery fees depend on distance. Do order at least 3 days in advance to give them time for preparation. WhatsApp +65 8780 0531 to order today!

Kueh Ho Jiak from FB

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Ang ku kueh is traditionally made with glutinous rice flour and colouring. But, Kueh Ho Jiak is turning heads with their gorgeous renditions made with sweet potato-infused skin.

If there was ever an ang ku kueh beauty pageant, Kueh Ho Jiak would win Miss Universe, hands down. You’ll find a wide range of intricately shaped kuehs at this stall, stuffed with varying flavours such as durian, red bean and yam.

Order via their website here.



This third-generation business has been around for over 50 years, having its roots as a home business. Lek Lim Nonya Cake Confectionery specialises in handmade kueh, from ang ku kueh to kueh salat. But, they also offer pastries, puffs and savouries.

All orders are to be made by 4pm and at least 3 days in advance. Delivery charges depend on your location. If you’re staying in the East and your order is above S$150, enjoy free delivery!

Order via their website here.

Molly's Nyonya Cake and Confectionary

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Molly’s was founded by a husband-and-wife duo, and started out as a humble roadside stall along Sin Ming Road. Today, they’ve become a full-fledged confectionery selling amazing snacks and desserts.

Kueh dadar, kueh salat, kueh kor swee — they’ve got it all.

They deliver from 9am to 5pm, from Mondays to Saturdays only. A minimum order of S$50 is required for delivery, with the delivery fee depending on the distance. If your order goes above S$100, the delivery fee is waived!

Order via their online platform here.

Pang's Hakka Delicacies from FB

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Hakka food in a French dining establishment — it doesn’t get any cooler than that. Chef Pang, the owner of Antoinette, is paying homage to his Hakka roots with Pang’s Hakka Delicacies, a side hustle that usually operates on a takeaway-only basis.

Have no qualms ordering their Traditional Abacus Seeds (S$9 for 250g/S$31 for 1kg), which is one of the best renditions of the dish we’ve ever had. They also do less common Hakka kuehs such as Hakka Mugwort Kueh (S$10/3pc).

WhatsApp +65 9021 7507 to order.

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh & Ang Ku Kueh from FB

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Ang ku kueh comes in the wildest forms over here at Poh Cheu. 12 forms, to be exact. From green tea and durian to coffee and mango, their kitchen churns out the ang ku kueh of your dreams.

If you’d prefer to play on the safe side, they have the usual peanut and salted bean ones. Their soon kuehs (S$10/10pc) and yam abacus seeds (S$2.30) are stellar as well. Not to mention, super reasonably priced.

Order via their Oddle platform here.

Rainbow Lapis

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Just like the kueh they’ve named themselves after, Rainbow Lapis offers layer after layer of quality, freshness and flavour. Their offerings are simply excellent, and range from traditional kuehs and cakes to buns and bread.

They’ve curated stunning Nonya Kueh Platters, with even one catered to vegans. The platter features popular kuehs such as Rainbow Lapis and Ubi Talam.

You can order via their online platform here.

The Ang Ku Kueh Hut from FB

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Yet another prime option for ang ku kuehs in Singapore. Not only do they do a-la-carte ang ku kuehs, they also offer kueh platters for baby showers or for special occasions in general. They’re also one of the few places that offer XL ang ku kuehs — we’re talking 16cm in length.

Islandwide delivery is going at a promotional flat rate of S$5 with a minimum purchase of 1 box of 10 kuehs. Free delivery applies if you order 60 pieces and above.

WhatsApp or call +65 8813 7636 to place your order.


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Have you ever had chi kak kueh before? If you haven’t, Yoon’s Traditional Teochew Kueh is one of the places that does this rare Teochew kueh. Stuffed with either bean paste or peanuts, the kueh is made with mugwort-infused skin.

Their traditional kueh selection also features harder-to-find items such as Pumpkin Cake and tiam tor kueh.

They’re offering a promotional delivery fee of S$5 flat, with no minimum order! What a steal. Place your order via their online form here.