Kluang peeps would know that 54, Jalan Lambak used to be a famous kuih shop called 雪园 Honeyland Confectionery & Catering (雪園西菓飲冰室).
I remember the shop was always filled with people and sometimes tourists on the weekend. Who doesn’t like something sweet, right?
Their kuih and cakes were really delicious and one-of-a-kind.
Once in a while, my mum brought us here for afternoon tea. That was one of my happiest childhood memories because we got to look at the colourful cakes and bread and pick whichever we want.
This was literally the CAKE HEAVEN.
Our favourites were curry puffs and banana cakes.
My mum, a strict chef and pro baker herself, enjoyed and praised their kuih too. It’s usually quite hard to please her, so you know that these cakes are goooood.
Unfortunately since their closure in 2015, it’s getting harder and harder to find good nyonya kuih that meet our expectation – an expectation set unrealistically high by Honeyland.
Photos of building exterior: Honeyland Confectionery FB page