Where to find some vanishing foods like putu piring, kueh bong kong, botok botok ikan, appom and suan pan zi.
Author Sharon Wee’s favourite snack would be kueh bong kong, a Peranakan concoction of rice flour, coconut milk and gula melaka wrapped and steamed in a banana leaf.
If she doesn’t make it herself, she finds a suitable alternative at Glory on East Coast Road, one of the rare places that still makes the snack.
Kueh bong kong (Peranakan)
Botok-botok ikan (Indonesian)
Putu piring (Malay)
Appom (South Indian)
Jantung pisang kerabu (Peranakan)
Devil's curry (Eurasian)
Suan pan zi (Hakka)