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Beside Heng Heng Fishball Noodle, there's this poh piah corner where the uncle makes quite nice poh piah. Tried it one afternoon and it tastes okay. The 'dao gays' were very crunchy and the poh piah skin wasn't too dry. Costs something like $1.30 per piece and I thought it was quite reasonable. Its best to eat it fresh before the fillings becomes soggy.
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Beside Heng Heng Fishball Noodle, there's this poh piah corner where the uncle makes quite nice poh piah. Tried it one afternoon and it tastes okay. The 'dao gays' were very crunchy and the poh piah skin wasn't too dry. Costs something like $1.30 per piece and I thought it was quite reasonable. Its best to eat it fresh before the fillings becomes soggy.

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