Chinatown Tan’s Tutu Coconut Cake in Singapore has a total of six locations available, five of which are stalls within Food Republic / Food Opera food courts.
Visiting one of the snack stalls, you can purchase from a selection of Kueh Tutu delicacies, which are traditional Singapore treats that are typically filled with either sweet coconut or peanut filling.
Old-style recipes used at the bakery shop outlets consist of whole rice grains hand-pounded to make rice flour (to stay authentic to the snack’s origins as a “light” cake), with ground roasted peanuts or grated coconut with brown palm sugar as fillings, and served on a piece of fragrant pandan leaf.
In addition to coconut / peanut / plain Tutu Kueh, the shop at NEX Mall sells Cup Corn and Muah Chee (Chinese version of Japanese ‘mochi’) snacks.
Chinatown Tan’s TuTu Coconut Cake in Singapore – Locations
ION Orchard (Food Opera)
2 Orchard Turn, Basement 4 Level (#B4-03/04), Food Opera, ION Orchard
23 Serangoon Central, #03-K15, NEX
Parkway Parade (Food Republic)
80 Marine Parade Rd, Basement 1 Level (#B1-85 to 87 and #B1-112 to 146), Food Republic, Parkway Parade
VivoCity (Food Republic)
1 HarbourFront Walk, Level 3 (#03-01), Food Republic, VivoCity
Westgate (Food Republic)
3 Gateway Drive, Basement 1 Level (#B1-28/29), Food Republic, Westgate
Wisma Atria (Food Republic)
435 Orchard Rd, Level 4 (#04-02, #04-03 to 29 & #04-31 to 38), Food Republic, Wisma Atria
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