10 min jiang kueh stalls in Singapore stuffed with biscoff, black sesame, matcha & more

Min jiang kueh is one of the best street foods in Singapore, if you ask me. The perfect min jiang kueh consists of a chewy and fluffy pancake base stuffed generously with your ingredient of choice, making for a perfect snack or a light breakfast.

There are plenty of min jiang kueh stalls in the country, with some even offering super creative and modern flavours. Looking to get your pancake fix? Here are 10 min jiang kueh stalls to check out in Singapore.

1. Munchi Pancakes

Munchi pancakes - stall front

Munchi Pancakes is my favourite min jiang kueh stall of all time. This famous pancake shop first opened in Yishun Park Hawker Centre back in 2016, and has since launched outlets all over the country.

Munchi Pancakes offers 3 types of skins and 11 types of fillings, with flavours that you probably can’t find anywhere else.

Munchi pancakes - overview

Select from flavours like Black Sesame (S$2.20), Belgian Chocolate (S$2.20), Strawberry Cheese (S$2.20), Oreo Cheese (S$2.20), Thai Milk Tea (S$2.20) and even Biscoff (S$2.80). Each Munchi Pancake is stuffed generously with fillings, ensuring that every bite brings you pure bliss.

For fans of the classics, Munchi Pancakes has traditional min jiang kueh for your enjoyment, including the flavours of Peanut (S$1.60), Coconut (S$1.60), Red Bean (S$1.60) and Black Sesame (S$2).

For a list of locations, contact numbers and opening hours, click here.
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2. 682 Min Jiang Kueh

682 Min Chiang Kueh 14 - storefront

When it comes to buying pancakes from 682 Min Jiang Kueh, the early bird catches the worm — this stall in a Hougang coffeeshop opens at 5am and items often sell out by 11am, so if you’re in the market for some delicious pancakes, you’ll probably have to wake up a little earlier.

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682 Min Jiang Kueh offers 10 flavours of pancakes in 2 different shapes. For S$1.30, enjoy classic flavours like Chocolate, Green Bean, Peanut and Red Bean, or opt for their S$1.40 flavours, such as Blueberry, Lotus, Cheese, Green Tea and Coconut. Finally, going for the Yam and Black Sesame flavours will set you back S$1.60.

682 Min Chiang Kueh 08 - coconut

When we visited the stall, we loved how soft the pancakes were, and especially adored the heftiness of the fillings.

682 Hougang Avenue 4, Singapore 530682
Thu to Sun & Tue: 5am – 12pm
Closed on Mon & Wed

3. Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake

tanglin halt original peanut pancake - storefront

For those who are unfamiliar with this ultra popular stall, Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake opens at 3.30am only twice a week — yes, you read that right. Not 3.30pm, but 3.30am, when the majority of the country is still sound asleep in their comfy beds (me included). Despite the official closing time being 11.30am, these popular min jiang kuehs famously sell out hours before that.

The stall, located within Tanglin Halt Market, has been in operation since 1965, and is run by an elderly couple who took over the stall from the wife’s father, who was the original owner.

tanglin halt original peanut pancake - peanut pancake

Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake’s titular Peanut Pancake (S$0.90) is their only rectangular shaped min jiang kueh, and is much chewier than your average pancake, with a gelatinous, kueh-like texture.

tanglin halt original peanut pancake - round pancakes

The other circular pancakes come in the flavours of Red Bean (S$1), Pandan Leaf Green Bean (S$1), Yam Paste (S$1.30) and Black Sesame (S$1.30). I loved how each came generously packed with fillings, and their cheap prices made them extra appealing.

48A Tanglin Halt Road, Singapore 148813
Sat & Tue: 3.30am – 11.30am
Closed on Mon, Wed to Fri & Sun

4. Granny’s Pancakes

min jiang kueh - grannys pancake

Whenever I visit Hong Lim Market & Food Centre in Chinatown during lunch time, I notice that Granny’s Pancakes always boasts a long queue. This viral min jiang kueh stall has outlets all over the country, with only 4 flavours on its menu.

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All of Granny’s Pancakes’ flavours are traditional, but done well. Dig into the flavours of Peanut (S$1.20), Red Bean (S$1.20) and Coconut (S$1.20) if you’re craving a classic yet delicious and nostalgic snack. The Peanut Butter (S$1.40) pancake is my personal pick — on top of the usual crumbly peanut filling, these pancakes come drizzled with rich and creamy peanut butter, making them even tastier.

For a list of locations, contact numbers and opening hours, click here.

5. Pancake King

min jiang kueh - pancake king

You’ve probably passed by one of Pancake King‘s many outlets. This chain has stores all over the country, including locations like Toa Payoh, Ang Mo Kio, Serangoon, Bedok and Paya Lebar. Aside from selling a range of min jiang kueh, Pancake King also has different bakes and pastries to soothe your sweet tooth.

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Pancake King’s menu differs based on the outlet you visit. Their outlets in the heartlands offer thicker, more traditional min jiang kuehs like the classic Peanut Pancake (S$1.60) and Red Bean Paste Pancake (S$1.60), while their outlet within Havelock 2 has thin-crusted pancakes, including savoury fillings like Chicken Floss & Egg (S$3.20) and Peanut and Corn (S$2.60).

For a list of locations, contact numbers and opening hours, click here.
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6. Bu Bu Gao Sheng Pancake

min jiang kueh - bu bu gao sheng

Bu Bu Gao Sheng is a spot to check out if you’re looking to enjoy more unique min jiang kueh flavours. The store has 3 outlets along Neil Road, Queen Street and Jalan Berseh, and offers 4 kinds of pancakes with over 10 flavours.

The Old Skool Slices are traditional min jiang kuehs with fillings ranging from the usual Peanut (S$1.20) and Signature Coconut (S$1.40) to more unique options like Matcha (S$1.40) and Taro (S$1.60).

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For something more inventive, Bu Bu Gao Sheng’s creative flavours include combinations like Smoked Cheese w/ Sugar (S$1.20), Peanut Corn (S$1.60), Cheesy Taro (S$2) and even Peanut Butter & Chocolate Banana (S$2.20).

For a list of locations, contact numbers and opening hours, click here.
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7. Belinda’s Pancake

belinda's pancake - stallfront

Belinda’s Pancake, located within Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre, often sells out before 12pm daily. The stall, which is owned by Aunty Belinda, sells both traditional min jiang kueh and thin crepe cones.

Their min jiang kuehs start from just S$1, with traditional fillings like Red Bean and Peanut.

belinda's pancake - coconut pancake

The Coconut Pancake (S$1) is one to try, as it is stuffed with vibrant orange coconut shreds. We found that the pancake itself as too dense, and would have preferred it to be fluffier, though the fillings did not disappoint.

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Blk 341, Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre, #01-27, Singapore 560341
+65 9684 6155
Tue, Wed & Fri to Sun: 6am – 12pm
Closed on Mon & Thu

8. The Pantree

min jiang kueh - the pantree

Unlike most other entries in this article, The Pantree isn’t located within a hawker stall. Instead, it is a cafe where you can sit and enjoy delicious traditional min jiang kueh in the comfort of an indoor space.

The Pantree’s pancakes are slightly more expensive than those you’d find at regular min jiang kueh stalls, but the flavours offered are also more modern and unique.

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The Pantree’s sweet pancake flavours consist of Cookie Butter (S$3.60), also known as speculoos, Nutella (S$3), Nutella & Peanut Butter (S$3.80) and even Kaya & Cheese (S$3.60).

For a more filling pancake, opt for the savoury flavours, with options like Egg (S$3), Ham & Cheese (S$3.80) and Floss (S$4). Get the best of all worlds with the S$6 HPL Luncheon, stuffed with floss, luncheon meat, cheese and egg.

5 Straits View, #B2-24, Marina One Show Gallery, The Heart, Singapore 018935
+65 9067 9817
Mon to Fri: 8am – 5.30pm
Closed on Sat & Sun
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9. Eva’s Pancake

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While many min jiang kueh stalls nowadays are run by elderly folk, Eva’s Pancake is not one of them. This stall is owned by an ex-accountant in her 20s, and offers classic and traditional pancakes from the good old days.

min jiang kueh - evas pancake

These vegetarian pancakes come in 5 flavours. For S$1.20, get the Peanut, Red Bean or Coconut pancakes, or opt for the more exciting Peanut + Peanut Butter Pancake (S$1.50) and the Peanut + Chocolate Pancake (S$1.50).

As the store closes relatively early at 1pm daily, be sure to head down in the morning in case they sell out fast.

95 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310095
+65 9822 5801
Sun to Fri: 6.30am – 1pm
Closed on Sat
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10. Mian Mian Bu Duan

min jiang kueh - mian mian bu duan

Southies, this one’s for you — Mian Mian Bu Duan is a min jiang kueh stall in Bukit Merah Central Food Centre run by a young hawker in her 30s. They’re known for their fluffy pancakes, and also sell their min jiang kueh by the pan.

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For a quick bite, go for individual flavours like Peanut (S$1.50), Red Bean (S$1.50), Coconut (S$1.50) or Peanut Butter (S$1.70). How about grabbing a whole pan if you want to treat your whole family to some min jiang kueh? The pans cost S$15 each, unless you pick Peanut Butter, which comes in at S$17.

163 Bukit Merah Central, Bukit Merah Central Food Centre, #02-17, Singapore 150163
+65 9658 2669
Mon to Sat: 9am – 4pm
Closed on Sun
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