Audrey and my uncle came to visit mama and I with little Luke! He’s the cutest thing ever! We had lunch and then they went off cos mama needed to go to NTUC to buy some stuff. So eating this putu piring has been on her mind ever since.
The next day, she forgot that her appointment at causeway point was the following week, so I dropped her off AMK hub to go shopping and then headed for vocal training. After picking her up, she asked if it was on the way home. Since it’s been said that this is the most famous putu piring (and we are living pretty close by), I decided to bring her there.
We arrived at about 3pm in an unfortunate heavy downpour. Luckily, we found a parking space and went to find this famous putu piring. Fortunately when we arrived, there was a table available and no queue! So mama managed to get her putu piring.
They make putu piring nonstop to cope with the demand and to ensure that you don’t have to wait long to get a piping hot pack of putu piring.
Putu piring: round shaped rice flour cakes with a dollop of gula melaka (palm sugar) and eaten with fresh grated coconut. They’re going at $2 for 5 pieces. It’s super worth it! and for the quality of it, it’s really good! Just look at the gula melaka oozing out. It was warm and certainly melts in your mouth!
Here is mama looking super happy that her craving is satisfied 🙂
Also, I found out that One KM Mall is nearby!
Anyway, the famous putu piring can be found at:
14 Haig Road (Food Centre)