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Introduction
Formerly located at Lavender Food Square. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 00:30
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 00:30
Payment Methods
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Cash Only
Open Till Late
Review (12)
Level2 2017-01-08
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薄餅(Popiah)、菜頭粿(Carrot Cake)究竟是甚麼來?來到(長屋)淼鑫薄餅看看,就知道是甚麼,因為在香港吃不到,感覺很有特色啊,來到新加坡自自然然要嚐嚐看。無論薄餅,還是菜頭粿,均是即點即製,新鮮製作,看師傅的手勢就知何謂熟練。薄餅,以很薄的餅皮捲起很多材料,所以,味道豐富,口感有層次,個人就覺得食味不俗,不妨一試。菜頭粿,是蘿蔔糕的炒蛋版,蘿蔔糕切成小粒,加雞蛋漿炒成一餅,幻想應該會是不錯,但吃起來味道很一般,不是太討好呢! continue reading
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You can forget about the popiah here but worth to try the carrot cake.The radish has a soft texture and fried generously with eggs, the carrot cake was charred on one side to give the crispiness and allow you to taste of the wok smell. You can taste of the chai poh and the seasoning was acceptable with the fragrance of the fish sauce and chili paste, the drizzled of the spring onion further boosted the flavour and overall a decent carrot cake to our liking.Read more: http://ieatandeat.com/miow-sin-popiah-carrot-cake/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-03
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Long House Miow Sin Popiah & Carrot Cake - S$1.50/-I am not sure if it was just me but I noticed that the prices for popiah have been on the increase island-wide. Is it really that hard to make popiah and is it really worth the price tag? This popiah place has been a popular hunt alongside the adjacent carrot cake stall as they are co-owned.Quite frankly, there was nothing too spectacular about the popiah that makes it a screaming wow or must-try. I always enjoy a good popiah regardless of how full I am when it has a good variance in texture with crunchy bits but unfortunately it lacked that in this rendition. It was also slightly soggy and left the popiah slightly damp.Overall, it just came across as rather pedestrian and while we managed to stomach it, we surely were not left impressed. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-01
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Popiah is believe to be of Chinese origin from Fujian province. There are many variations to the preparation of ingredients for popiah. A type of spring roll with either plain skin or egg skin filled with many types of ingredients.The popiah served by Miow Sin has the combination of fresh beansprouts, boiled shrimps, shredded omelette, deep fried minced garlic and grounded peanut. A piece of lettuce is place on top of the skin. The main ingredient being the shredded turnips from the boiling pot. Followed by all the above mentioned ingredients and added with sweet black sauce and chilli sauce.The chilli sauce is important as this is the key to the overall flavour of the popiah. A good popiah must have a soft and supple yet silient skin enough not to break. Priced at $1.50 per roll. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-12
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Read more food reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.comThis newspaper-endorsed stall at Lavender Food Centre does a pretty commendable rendition of popiah. Apparently, it used to be at Long House along Upper Thomson Road. We got 2 Popiahs ($1.50 for 1 roll), one with chili and one without. I personally found it better with chili, but both were just as tasty. The crispy flavourful flour bits added to the rolls gives it the extra punch. continue reading
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