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Keen to make your own food? Perhaps you can try this, Good Chance Popiah was strategically located at Outram area. Creative and fun experience to make our popiah from a pipping hot claypot served, it was a well-known classic Chinese Eatery since year 1970-an. Homely recipe passed one generation by one generation, the quality still remained excellent. Queue was always there, thus reservation is recommended to avoid time-wasting.Popiah skin was resilient enough to hold moistly shredded turnip, lit
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Keen to make your own food? Perhaps you can try this, Good Chance Popiah was strategically located at Outram area. Creative and fun experience to make our popiah from a pipping hot claypot served, it was a well-known classic Chinese Eatery since year 1970-an. Homely recipe passed one generation by one generation, the quality still remained excellent. Queue was always there, thus reservation is recommended to avoid time-wasting.
Popiah
$18
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Popiah skin was resilient enough to hold moistly shredded turnip, little salty and little starchy. The beauty of DIY was I able to control the amount of ingredients according to my preference, fantastic. Mixed around with dried shrimps, the taste was juicy fragrant indeed. Lots of roasted crunch peanuts were added to enhance the texture, please make sure everything in right portion. Priced at $18 for six skins, the pot definitely provided sufficient fillings to stuff each piece of Popiah. Homemade goodness in each roll, they are healthy and simply delicious. Relatively appetizing heritage dish, we were all being stuffed to the brim although only eating Popiah.
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Date of Visit
2014-12-28
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Popiah
$ 18