Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring – 7 Outlets in Singapore

You can choose from 7 Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring outlets in Singapore, including one location within Northpoint City (1 Northpoint Drive).

Founded in 1985, the company’s shops specialize in Malay desserts, with the signature menu item being Putu Piring, round-shaped, traditional steamed rice flour kue or sweet snack filled with palm sugar and topped with grated coconut and a little salt.

You can order Putu Piring in various flavors, such as Gula Melaka / Original, Brown Coconut, Chocolate, and Durian.

Original / Gula Melaka Putu Piring.

Gula Melaka / Original Putu Piring.

Beyond Putu Piring, other highlights in the dessert shop menu include the likes of Kuih Dadar, Kuih Lapis, Putu Mayam, Kuih Kaswi, as well as Ubi Rebus.

Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring Outlets in Singapore - Mr Teh Tarik.

Geylang Serai Market.

Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring Outlets in Singapore

Century Square
2 Tampines Central 5, #03-19, The Food Market, Century Square
Singapore 529509
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-9pm

East Village Mall
430 Upper Changi Road, #01-14, East Village Mall
Singapore 487048
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30am-8:30pm, Friday-Sunday 11am-9:30pm

Geylang Serai Market
1 Geylang Serai, #01-210, Mr. Teh Tarik Coffeeshop, Geylang Serai Market
Singapore 402001
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-6:30pm, Friday-Saturday 8:30am-7:30pm, Sunday 8:30am-6:30pm

Haig Road Market & Food Centre
14 Haig Road, #01-07, Haig Road Market & Food Centre
Singapore 430014
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-9:30pm

Nex Mall
23 Serangoon Central, #04-36/37, K01, Food Junction, Nex Mall
Singapore 556083
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-9:30pm

NorthPoint City
1 Northpoint Drive, #B2-146, NorthPoint City
Singapore 769098
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-9:30pm

Tristar Complex
970 Geylang Road, #01-02, Al-Azhar Coffeeshop, Tristar Complex
Singapore 423492
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11:30am-9:30pm

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What Is Putu Piring?

Putu Piring, also known as Kueh Tutu, is a traditional Malaysian steamed rice cake dessert that is popular throughout Southeast Asia.

It is made from a batter of rice flour, coconut milk, and palm sugar that is steamed in individual small bowls until fluffy and soft. The rice cakes are then topped with grated coconut and served hot.

Putu Piring is a light and flavorful dessert that is perfect for a snack or a treat. The rice cake is slightly sweet and chewy, and the palm sugar adds a touch of caramel flavor. The grated coconut adds a nice contrast of texture and a hint of saltiness.

Putu Piring is often served at night markets and hawker stalls in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand.

It is also a popular dessert at home, and there are many different ways to make it. Some people like to add pandan leaves to the batter for a more fragrant flavor, while others like to use a special mold to make the rice cakes look like small UFOs.