A Taste of Culture

Kim Choo Nyonya rice dumplings has been a mainstay in Singapore’s diverse epicurean tapestry since 1945. Many covet its rich taste, raiment by the fragrance of Nanyang; finely woven around the humble delicacy. But more importantly is its ability to preserve the traditional, unyielding to the hands of time and untainted by the modern. Today, Kim Choo offers a wide variety of products and services, which seeks to maintain and uplift the Peranakan culture of the Nanyang.

 

 

Please note that we do not distribute our rice-dumplings to any of our local-hawker centers. Our registered company name is “Kim Choo Kueh Chang Pte Ltd”. The company names “Joo Chiat Kim Choo Traditional Rice Dumpling” or “Joo Chiat Kim Choo” are not affiliated to our establishment in anyway. Please also note that we are also not selling our rice dumplings in supermarkets such as NTUC Fairprice, Giant or Sheng Siong.

Main Factory

60 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427784

Artiste Residency

106 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427833

Boutique Gallery

109 East Coast Road, Singapore 428800
111 East Coast Road, Singapore 428801

[Main Factory]
60 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427784
Tel: (65) 6344 0830

[Artiste Residency]
106 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427833

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GET ME THERE BY BUS
(JOO CHIAT PLACE BRANCH)

Joo Chiat Place
No. 33

Joo Chiat Road
No. 16

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(JOO CHIAT PLACE BRANCH)
Eunos MRT EW 7, transfer to bus services: 13, 150 along Sims Avenue

Bedok MRT EW 5, transfer to bus service: 33 at Bedok Bus Interchange

[Boutique Gallery]
109 East Coast Road, Singapore 428800
111 East Coast Road, Singapore 428801
Tel: (65) 6741 2125

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GET ME THERE BY BUS
(EAST COAST BRANCH)

East Coast Road
No. 10, 10E, 12, 14, 14E, 32, 40

Joo Chiat Road
No. 16

Marine Parade Road
No. 15, 31, 36, 43, 48, 135, 196, 197, 966

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(EAST COAST BRANCH)

Paya Lebar MRT EW 8 CC 9, transfer to bus services: 43, 135, 197

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General Enquiry

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Looking to customise your very own kebaya that is unique to your personalities or features?

Our in-house fashion designer; Raymond Wong, has in recent years been recognised internationally as Asia’s Straits fashion designer and has staged local and overseas fashion shows in places like Japan, China, Taiwan and Russia.

Consult our fashion designer Raymond Wong today for a 10 mins fitting session!

Would you be interested to find out more about our Peranakan culture?

On a daily basis, we are open for bookings to conduct in-house guided tours at our boutique shop, or walking trails within the community of Katong and Joo Chiat!

Write to us today and enquire about the various workshops, cooking classes and activities that we have to offer!

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