Brown rice cracker with sesame
Rice is the essence of the traditional Chinese people. After reaching Nanyang, they were still firmly attached to rice and its by products. These brown rice crackers with sesame contain our ancestors’ legacy. With each crumb of the fragrant rice and tiny bits of sesame, there is a piece of nostalgic memory both familiar and warm; rice crackers are originally packed food to ward off hunger. This traditional food symbolizes in each mouthful, a savour of the homeland which most had to leave behind.
Kueh Bangkit is actually a traditional Malay delicacies that has been transformed by the hands of the Nyonya to be made with pan heated tapioca flour, eggs, sugar and thick coconut milk.
The term "kueh bangkit" has a negative connotation of being old-fashioned, old-fashioned and outdated biscuits, and with the trendy western cakes taking a back seat, this old-fashioned New Year cookies has been reintroduced by our Master Cheong to an new-fashioned type of cookies.
The quintessential Nyonya food. During New Year or big festivals, prawn rolls are served in the living room for the guests’ enjoyment. The crispy rolls with shredded shrimps inside will definitely sweeten your mouth and stomach. Although fried, people will be submerged into a fish-filled world where the taste of fresh seafood come through strongly. The pleasant smell is known to remind people of home and family.
The quintessential Nyonya food. During New Year or big festivals, chicken rolls are served in the living room for the guests’ enjoyment. The crispy rolls with shredded chicken inside will definitely sweeten your mouth and stomach. Although fried, people will be submerged into a chicken-filled world where the taste of fresh chicken come through strongly. The pleasant smell is known to remind people of home and family.
Fillet Cracker with Anchovy
It is a combination of the smell of the ocean and genuine human ingenuity. Seafood loving villagers will carefully salt cod fish so they can savor the special taste in each mouthful. After baking the salted fish, they would then put it into a small bottle in which it is pressed… Soon, time stood still with the beautiful smell locked forever inside. And it is when the nostalgic journey begins.