Modern bakery-style shop in Bukit Batok sells traditional Malay kuih, prices start at S$0.60

Sold out daily.
The Kuihmaker in Bukit Batok

A traditional Malay kuih shop in Bukit Batok has incorporated contemporary elements into its premises, providing a striking contrast between the shop outlook and its offerings.

Soft launched last week, The Kuihmaker sells small-sized Malay delicacies that start from S$0.60 per piece.

The variety of desserts available comprises predominantly of traditional kuih, however, the shopfront has a modern appeal that is a stark contrast to the typical kuih shops we’ve ever seen.

Modern shop facade

The takeaway-only shop boasts a modern outlook corner with bare concrete walls, a chalkboard menu and a glass display case that exhibits their products in neat rows.

The shop’s dark colour scheme also allows the colourful kuihs to stand out, beckoning passers-by to visit.

RELATED:  The Great Mischief reopens in a chic and spacious spot in National Gallery Singapore
The kuihmaker shop in Bukit Batok
Photo by Facebook user Yatie ST
Rows of malay kuih at The Kuihmaker
Photo by Facebook user Yatie ST

Malay desserts

Despite its modern facade, don’t be mistaken — The Kuihmaker specialises in everything Malay kuih.

Here are some of the kuih we spotted during their soft launch last week:

Putri Salat

Putri Salat at The Kuihmaker
Photo from The Kuihmaker Facebook page

Koleh Koleh

Koleh Koleh at The Kuihmaker
Photo from The Kuihmaker Facebook page

Talam Ubi

Talam Ubi at The Kuihmaker
Photo from The Kuihmaker Facebook page

Kuih such as Putri Salat and Talam Jagung are sold for S$0.60 a piece, but you can buy more for a discounted price.

The rainbow-layered Lapis Nyonya and sweet potato-based Talam Ubi will be S$0.70 per piece.

Other items we’ve seen on their social media posts include Kuih Kosui, Naga Sari Jagung, Putri Salat Durian and even savoury offerings like Tuna Puff and Chicken Curry Puff.

RELATED:  New online-only pizzeria serves whole pizzas from S$13.80, delivery from 10:30am to 9:30pm daily

Other traditional desserts available

The shop also serves other popular desserts like Wajik Gula Melaka and Serawa Durian, but these seem to get sold out pretty quickly.

Durian Serawa
Photo from The Kuihmaker Facebook page
Durian Serawa
Photo from The Kuihmaker Facebook page

Sold out daily

Since its soft launch last week, the shop has consistently sold out its kuih with all items snapped up within hours of opening.

From what we see on its social media, the shop opened as early as 6.30am and sold out by 10am.

As it is still new, the shop might adjust quantity to fill the overwhelming demand but if you can’t wait to get your hands on kuih from The Kuihmaker, we suggest going there very early.

RELATED:  Cafe by MasterChef SG Runner-Up Leon Lim is now halal-certified; serves Ayam Penyet Burger with Tofu & Tempeh Fries

The Kuihmaker

Address: 447 Bukit Batok West Avenue 9, Singapore 650447
Halal status: Muslim owned
Opening hours: TBD
Facebook | Instagram

Top photos from The Kuihmaker.



If you like what you read, follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates. Or share this article using the share buttons below.


Total
454
Shares
Related Posts
Total
454
Share