With a name like Kueh Ho Jiak (hojiak means delicious in Hokkien) and colourful stained-glass panels, this stall in Tanjong Pagar Plaza Food Centre catches the eye.
It opened two months ago and sells more than 10 types of local snacks, such as pumpkin yam cakes, glutinous rice, curry puffs, soon kueh and ubi kayu (steamed tapioca cakes with grated coconut).
The most creative items here, however, are the modified ang ku kueh.
The traditional red tortoise shellshaped cake is given a modern makeover. Here, it comes in shades of purple, orange and green, and in shapes of an