For more than 10 years, the menu at Makko Teck Neo remains the same.

Say 'Makko Teck Neo' and the Telok Blangah residents will share with you their memories of this  peranakan eatery. History began with Teck Neo baking and selling their signature pineapple tarts and cookies every Chinese New Year to relatives and friends. 10 years ago, Teck Neo moved into Telok Blangah Rise to cater to the growing business focusing on peranakan cuisine. Till today, Teck Neo pineapple tarts are still painstakingly handmade and freshly baked every day for our customers.​ In May last year, Makko Teck Neo began their take-away kiosk operations at Tangs market at Tang Plaza.
Makko Teck Neo Nasi Lemak
Makko Teck Neo Nasi Lemak


Summary of Makko Teck Neo

Ambience: 7/10
Service: 8/10
Food: 9/10
Price: 10/10
Cuisine: Peranakan

Nasi Lemak — S$5.80

Nasi Lemak is believed to be Malay in origin, and when translated from malay, the dish actually means 'rice in cream'. It was known as the ordinary man's breakfast, traditionally served with fried fish known in Malay as ikan selar kuning, ikan bilis (anchovies), kangkong (water spinach) and a dollop of sambal (a type of chilli paste). ragrant basmati rice flavoured with coconut milk & served with chicken wing, omelette, ikan bilis & sambal.
Makko Teck Neo Nasi Lemak
Fragrant basmati rice flavoured with coconut milk & served with chicken wing, omelette, ikan bilis & sambal.

Dry Mee Siam — S$5.80

Dry mee siam is a less popular and nonya-style version of the malay dish 'mee siam'. 'Mee Siam' also means 'thai noodles' in malay, so the roots of this dish remains unknown. It's a pretty simple dish that is made up of spicy vermicelli with a light serving of spicy tamarind & coconut sauce. With a squeeze of lime, the mee siam was sweet and tangy. 

Makko Teck Neo Review Dry Mee Siam
Spicy vermicelli with a light serving of spicy tamarind & coconut sauce
Makko Teck Neo Review Dry Mee Siam


Nyonya Ngoh Hiang — S$11.90


This is the signature dish of the restaurant, also most expensive of the restaurant. Ngoh Hiang is a dialect referring to five spice meat rolls. The Peranakans and various Chinese dialect groups have their own versions of Ngoh Hiang, and even the Koreans have this own version of marinated meat too. Here at Makko Teck Neo, their variant is a peranakan one served with Teck Neo chilli choker in a "pork & prawn" roll served with Teck Neo chilli chukar.

Makko Teck Neo Review Nyonya Ngoh Hiang



Gado Gado — S$8.90


Gado gado (English: Mix-mix) is an Indonesian dish that is available in different styles. The one at Makko Teck Neo comprises of vegetable with rice cakes, crackers, tofu in spicy tamarind and peanut sauce. Makko Teck Neo makes such excellent peanut sauce, such that they charge additional peanut sauce for $2.50! Simply dip any of the side dishes such as potatoes, fishball or vegetables into the peanut sauce and the simplicity is 

Makko Teck Neo Review Gado Gado

Makko Teck Neo Review Gado Gado

Stir-Fried Vegetables — S$6.00

Don't we all love fuss-free dishes? This plate of stir-fried cabbage is served with wood ear mushroom, carrot slices and prawns. It's stir-fried in a wok for a few seconds, so the crunch and freshness remains.

Makko Teck Neo Stir fried vegetables



Pork Rib Kiam Chye Tng — S$10.90

The soup was unfortunately too oily because of the long boiling hours from the pork rib soup with salted vegetable.

Pork Rib Kiam Chye Tng Singapore



Burbur Cha-Cha — S$4.90

If my foreigner friends come to Singapore, I will make sure that they are here to try the traditional dessert served with coconut milk, gula melaka (palm sugar), sweet potato and yam. The tubers and jelly are perfectly stewed and the rich coconut milk are nicely tempered by the gula melaka.

Burbur Cha-Cha — S$4.90
Bubur Cha-Cha
Makko Teck Neo Burbur Cha-Cha

Click to view: Makko Teck Neo Menu

Makko Teck Neo Menu


Makko Teck Neo 

Website: http://www.teckneotarts.com/contact.html
Address: 35 Telok Blangah Rise, Singapore 090035
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 9.00pm
Saturday & Sunday / Public Holidays 9.00am to 9.00pm

For more than 10 years, the menu at Makko Teck Neo remains the same. For more than 10 years, the menu at Makko Teck Neo remains the same. Reviewed by Shermaine Lau on 7:51:00 PM Rating: 5

No comments

Nuffnang