Yishun stall selling biscoff, mentaiko & chilli crab kueh tutu at S$3.50 for 5 pieces

Tu-tally in-kueh-dible.

Karen Lui | June 09, 2021, 11:59 AM

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Updated on June 10, 10:03am: Chubtutu has ceased all pre-orders, group buys, and deliveries according to an announcement posted on June 9.

Whether you know it as putu piring or kueh tutu, a kueh by any name would taste as good.

These soft, fluffy pillows of rice flour typically contain fillings made up of either ground peanut or shredded coconut mixed with brown sugar.

Some kueh tutu sellers such as Chub Tutu have expanded beyond these two flavours to accommodate a wider variety.

A six-minute walk away from Yishun MRT station, Chub Tutu boasts unconventional flavours such as biscoff, mentaiko, and chilli crab.

Unconventional flavours

Fans of speculaas biscuits who have tried the recently-launched icy desserts featuring the delicious cookies should check out their Lotus Biscoff kueh tutu (five for S$3.50).

If you prefer hazelnut chocolate to cookie butter, they also have Nutella kueh tutu for the same price.


For something more exotic, check out the mentaiko kueh tutu (five for S$4.50).

If you're looking for more local flavours, they also have D24 durian kueh tutu and chilli crab kueh tutu under the same pricing category.

Check out the special and premium menu for this week until June 13 below:

Image by @chubtutusg on Instagram.

Do note that some of their special flavours are seasonal and are rotated with others after a limited time period.

Past creative flavours they have sold include tom yum goong, pulut hitam, chendol, and curry potato.

Traditional and regular flavours

Photo by @finisher_10 on Instagram.

If you have a more traditional palate, the following flavours are available at S$3 for five:

  • Coconut
  • Peanut
  • Gula Melaka
  • Red bean
  • Kaya
  • Chocolate sprinkles
  • Rainbow sprinkles
  • Plain

Muah Chee


They also sell muah chee in a variety of flavours in addition to the traditional peanut one.

Image by @chubtutusg on Instagram.

Only walk-ins

A spokesperson of Chubtutusg has confirmed that their delivery service is no longer available since June 2.

Walk-ins are still welcome. However, be prepared to wait as the queues can be quite long according to updates published on June 6 and May 30.

Photo by @chubtutusg on Instagram.

Where to find

Photo by @esvonp on Instagram.

Address: 759 Yishun Street 72, #01-298, Singapore 760759

Opening hours: 11am to 8pm, daily

Top images by ChubTutu.