GUO KUI 锅盔 - Popular China Street Snack

The NEW MUST TRY: GUO KUI 锅盔 – Popular China Street Snack from Xiao Yang Guo Kui (小杨锅盔)!

Ever heard of this popular traditional snack from China called GUO KUI 锅盔? Nope, the SG Lifestyle Team hasn’t either. But here’s some good news if you have been meaning to try this out in Singapore!

You can get your hands on these GUO KUI from Xiao Yang Guo Kui 小杨锅盔 in Singapore!

Xiao Yang Guo Kui Singapore

The only bad news? Xiao Yang Guo Kui is located all the way in Jurong East! So West-siders, man – you guys are lucky!

What is GUO KUI?

An oil-free flaky round flatbread that is oven-baked traditionally to a crispy golden brown within a huge cylindrical drum without any use of oil!
~Summarized from the Press Release

The SG Lifestyle Team saw the photos and videos taken by multiple IG users but it doesn’t look very round. It does look like a flatbread though BUT that works for us. More importantly, it DOES look good actually.

This video from Zaobao explains what is GUO KUI clearly in our opinion!

What to Expect at Xiao Yang Guo Kui?

6 different flavors with a price range from $2.50 – $3!

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The not so typical Chinese bing of over 1000 years old has finally been made available in Singapore by famous household name Xiao Yang Guo Kui. This crispy thin flatbread from China is seen baked using a huge charcoal-heated cylindrical clay oven without the use of any oil! . With 6 different options named after city of origin, including an interesting one that has red bean paste, making it a scrumptious dessert: . Chongqing梅干菜 (Pickled Vegetables) S$2.50 Jiangsu 雪菜 (Pickled Greens) S$2.50 Xi An菜类 (Mixed Vegetables) S$2.80 all-in-one Shanghai 全家福 (Happy Family) S$3.00. Sichuan香辣 (Spicy Greens) S$2.80 Shandong豆沙 (Red Bean) S$2.20 . Do try them out! . Where to buy? Xiao Yang Guo Kui Jurong East Interchange, 60 Jurong Gateway Road #01-10C Singapore 608548 . Thanks @desertingbeauty for the review.

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  • Chongqing Pickled Vegetables (梅干菜) – $2.50
  • Jiangsu Pickled Greens (雪菜) – $2.50
  • Xi An Mixed Vegetables (菜类) – $2.80
  • All-in-one Shanghai Happy Family (全家福) – $3
  • Sichuan Spicy Greens (香辣味) – $2.80
  • Shandong Red Bean (豆沙) – $2.20

Seems like they only have vegetable or sweet flavors and no savory or meat options (yet?) at this moment!

Where to Get?

As of this date of posting, Xiao Yang Guo Kui has two outlets at Jurong East MRT and Choa Chu Kang MRT but they are planning to open two more outlets soon in Singapore at Northpoint City and Boon Lay MRT Station.

Jurong East Interchange
60 Jurong Gateway Road
#01-10C S608548

Choa Chu Kang MRT Station
10 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4
#01-15 S689810

Boon Lay MRT Station (3rd outlet opening soon)
307 Boon Lay Way
#01-29 S649846

Northpoint City (4th outlet)

Fingers crossed that they will be making plans to open outlets closer to the Central area where it’s more accessible to the public!

Meanwhile, don’t say we never share😎

*Image credits: Xiao Yang Guo Kui Singapore and the respective IG users

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