Closed Until Further Notice

What’s New

Latest Update:

  • We regret to inform that Shiokman Delights will not be taking any orders for this coming Chinese New Year.

  • It has been a challenging and tiring 2019. My wife, Irene and I appreciate all the warm support that we have received since we embarked on our kueh making adventure in September 2018.

  • We are very happy to note that many customers took time to let us know that they enjoyed our kuehs and bakes, with some even returning to place reorders and recommending our kuehs to their friends.

  • To take a break from kueh making, we are temporarily closing shop beginning 1st Jan 2020 until further notice.

  • We wish everyone a Blessed and Healthy 2020.



Thank you for dropping by our website. We are a Singaporean family business selling homemade kueh and baked goods. We are passionate about keeping Peranakan traditions alive.

As we are a small home business, we need at least 3 days’ notice to fulfill your order. Some items have a minimum order specified in the FAQ. We invite you to browse through our menu and customer reviews.

We plan to introduce more variety to our menu. If you wish to be updated on our new products, please subscribe to our website. 

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Click on the photos below for more details and to place your orders.

How to Order


Click on the items you wish to order from the menu.


Submit your order form. I will get back to you to let you know if I can fulfill your order.


Pay by DBS PayLah, PayNow, or upon collection of items.


Self-collect your items below my block at Bedok North Ave 4, Singapore 462094. Text me when you arrive and I will go downstairs to meet you.

Please Note:

Being a small home business, we need to set minimum order quantities for some of our products. If orders meet our minimum quantity, we will arrange the collection date and time with you via WhatsApp.

If you are planning an event and wish to place an order for a specific date, contact us and we will try to meet your needs. We will need at least 3 days’ advance notice. For large orders, we would appreciate if you could give us ample notice to organise our schedule and make preparations.

As we are a retired couple making the kueh ourselves, we anticipate there may be times we have to decline orders.

Our prices are subject to change. Please take note of the price shown before placing an order.

When Collecting

To ensure freshness, we advise collecting items on the day we make them, or on the following day. 

As kueh is sensitive to heat, you may wish to bring a cooler bag along for collection, especially if it contains grated coconut. Do not leave your kueh in the boot of a car. Please keep it refrigerated at home if you are not consuming it immediately. 

We would appreciate your keeping to the collection date and time, as we will need to wait at home for your arrival. A change of time will mean us having to reschedule our personal activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Simply complete one of the order forms for any one of your ordered items. Then use the ‘Message’ box to add your other items and their quantities.

We are located at Blk. 94C Bedok North Ave 4, Singapore 462094.

If you are arriving by MRT or bus, the nearest station is Bedok MRT station. You can then take bus 17 or 17A from Bedok Interchange, which is next to the MRT station. Alight at the bus stop in front of St. Anthony Canossian Convent School. Please see the map at Contact Us for further details.

Currently, we do not provide delivery within Singapore or overseas.

Yes. Some of our customers have used Lalamove to deliver our products to their homes and workplaces in Singapore. However, we are not responsible for the condition of the kueh and bakes during transit. We have no affiliation to Lalamove.

Yes. In fact, we welcome advance orders as they give us time to plan our schedule.

Yes, it is advisable to refrigerate the kueh. Thaw or reheat before eating. 

Kueh is generally best eaten within 24 hours. It can last for a week or so if kept refrigerated. 

We advise that you keep the kueh in a cool place during transit. Do not store in the boot of your car as, in our experience, kueh can go bad if placed there. Kueh Kosui in particular is best kept in a cooler bag during transit.

You may post your feedback on the “Reviews” tab of my Facebook page or contact me via WhatsApp.


My name is Eddie Tan a.k.a. Shiokman Eddie. I have a YouTube Channel and a Recipe Blog on which I have been sharing my recipes for the past 2 years. I have also authored an eBook titled “Peranakan Recipes” which is available at

Shiokman Delights is a home business run by my wife (Irene) and I. We picked up our hobby of baking and kueh-making after retirement. One thing led to another, and after many rounds of refining our recipes we started Shiokman Delights. Our dream is to share our food with people who appreciate homemade delicacies using quality ingredients.

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Contact Us

+65 9652 3819


Blk. 94C, Bedok North Ave 4
Singapore 462094