My Story

My passion for baking began at a young age, learning from my aunts who were skilled cooks and kueh makers.

Growing up surrounded by Peranakan and Eurasian family members, including my mother-in-law, gave me the opportunity to learn how to bake and cook a variety of traditional dishes.

Baking was always something I did in my free time, purely out of interest and passion. I was self-taught, experimenting with different recipes and techniques until I became confident enough to share my creations with others. Recognizing my talent from a young age, my family encouraged me to pursue my dream .

During my school days, I lived with one of my aunts who baked and made kueh for a living. It was during this time that my interest in baking turned into a true love for the craft. I helped my aunt in her business, learning invaluable skills and techniques that would eventually lead me to start my own baking business.

Now, as the owner of my own baking business, I am proud to share my love for traditional Peranakan and Eurasian cuisine with the world. Every day, I wake up excited to create delicious treats that not only taste amazing but also honour the rich cultural heritage of my family.

I am grateful for this opportunity to do what I love every day and to share it with others.

Rosalind Khoo

My Signature

Most customers know me for my signature Peranakan Kebaya Cakes which feature intricate, edible designs —hand crafted and assembled with love. 

My vision is to continue making a meaningful contribution to the preservation and celebration of the Peranakan culture.

My Inspiration

Each cake and kueh baked by Rosalind brings together the finest ingredients as a tribute to the rich culinary traditions and culture of the Peranakan people. Even our logo is inspired by the traditional Peranakan art found on this plate (pictured on the left) which I have at home.