About us

Our Company

We are online food retailers established since 1994. Our company specializes in Kueh Lapis Business. We have 2 main category of Lapis:

  • The Fresh Range
  • The Vacpack Range.

The Fresh Range

Since 1994, we have been supplying this range to our diverse clientele, ranging from major bakery chains, to prominent hotels and food caterers.

In 2000, we launched E-commerce website, enabling local consumers to order direct from us. We believe with our in-depth knowledge of the product & business, a mouth-watering range of Fresh Kueh Lapis, we are able to satisfy the palate of all Lapis lovers in the country.

Over the years, we have a large base of members who have been supporting us years after years. In fact, our members are growing at a very encouraging rate, more and more savvy consumers are discovering the rewarding experience in shopping with us. If you have not sign up, please do so now.

The Vacpack Range

refers to Vacuumed -Packed Lapis which has longer shelf life of up to 12 months. For more info about this vacpack lapis, please refer to FAQs.

Our Office

office lobby
Office :
Optima-Daribell Pte Ltd
60 Kaki Bukit Place, #07-05
Eunos Techpark
Singapore 415979

Tel :

67410638 (Office Hour)

SMS / Whatsapp :


Fax :


Email :info@deli-indo.com.sg

History of Kueh Lapis

"Kueh Lapis" has always been associated with exclusive social status and its impeccable quality standard. It is usually offered to special guest and served at special occasions.

The original recipe of "Kueh Lapis" itself is widely believed to be formulated by the Dutch as far back as 19th century. Having in depth knowledge and great passion for spices, the Dutch created a unique blend called "Spekkoek", which is the natural flavor of "Kueh Lapis".

The baking process is also an important factor in "Kueh Lapis" making. It requires not only precision timing and skill, but also determination as well as patience. "Kueh Lapis" is painstakingly and meticulously hand-baked layer by layer from the base layer to the top layer - approximate 4 minutes to bake one layer. An experienced baker would require an hour to bake a whole " Kueh Lapis" of 19cm x 19cm. Due to its tedious baking process, only the rich and elite of the then Dutch community were able to sample "Kueh Lapis". Around the mid of the 20th century, the Dutch withdrew from South East Asia, but left behind the recipe and the tradition.

In the next few decades, as the locals become more and more affluent, "Kueh Lapis" becomes more affordable and widely consumed by a large population in South East Asia.


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