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Introduction
Fortune Food offers consistent quality and fresh popiah skins, made daily. They specialise Handmade Popiah Skin and Kueh Pie Ti shells. They also strongly believe in creating value for customers through affordable prices, 365 days a year. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.fortunefoodsg.com
Signature Dishes
Kueh Pie Tee Popiah
Review (3)
Level4 2013-07-30
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The very first time I tried Kueh Pai Tee as a kid was at Goodwood Park hotel's high tea and I would keenly look forward to making my own Kueh Pai Tee every time I go there. I had the chance to try this Kueh Pai Tee stall at Singapore Food Festival. It comes in a disposable container of 3 and is topped up with a slightly spicy tomato-based sauce. The stewed turnips were also cooked just right and not too soggy, making for a great snack that I can easily finish up in one bite. =D continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-29
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After shopping at 112 Katong, we decided to have a drink and a light snack at the upstairs Food Republic. I am surprised a lot of the stalls in this food court have closed down. I decided to settle for a Popiah.Popiah also know as a spring roll but not the fried version. It is a kind of wrap which is filled with shredded Yam beans, cucumber, hard boiled egg crumbles, and sprinkle of chopped peanuts. The skin is first lay down and a spread of sweet black sauce and if you like it spicy you can request for chili paste to be added. the vegetable mixture is added and roll up in a little oblong shaped roll. Then the server cut the roll up into 5 portion.This stall popiah is not bad and has cucumber and peanut to gives a crunchy texture. It cost $2 a roll. It is nice and light healthy snack. continue reading
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Time of visit : 2.40pmWhat we had : PopiahAverage cost/pax : $2Ambience : Normal food court ambience. Busy during lunch hour, quieter after that. Airconditioned.Service : Fast delivery upon payment. Friendly staff.Portion : Their standard is consistent with the Parkway Builders / Hawker Centre. Tastes great but those not a fan of the after-garlic taste may not like it. I've ordered direct from the factory for home party consumption before. One of the best popiah in my opinion.Location : Katong I12 previously known as Katong Mall to some of us 80s/90s people has upgraded their carpark and there's usually many lots there (except weekends) , make sure you enter by East Coast Road, and not the TGIF side, the guards will re-route you or tell you no entry.What's good in particular : TastyWhat's bad in particular : A bit costly but you get what you pay for.ABiteOfEverything.com continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)