335 Smith Street
#02-112 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

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The quality explains the hype. The soft, crunchy skin goes well with the generous filling and it is affordable too! The chili is quite strong but does not overpower the filling.

A heritage brand since 1958, Ann Chin Popiah handmakes their popiah skin which ensures that you are getting the freshest of wraps from each bite. Besides enjoying these delectable treats at their various outlets, you can now order this DIY bundle set of Popiah and Kueh Pie Tee at a price tag of $55 which is good for 3-4 pax. From this bundle, you can roll approximately 10-11 rolls of popiah from the given popiah skin, cooked turnips with sliced carrots and individually packed containers of garlic, chilli padi paste, crispy bits, peanuts, lettuce, eggs, spicy sweet sauce and sweet sauce. Great for family dinners or mini parties, everyone can have a fun time rolling their popiah or filling their kueh pie tee.
✨ Ann Chin Popiah
πŸ“ 335 Smith Street, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Unit 02-112, Singapore 050335
πŸ›΅ https://annchinpopiah.oddle.me/en_SG/
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$1.70 per pc, fresh and crunchy with thin chewy popiah skin! Will come back for more

nice and cheap popiah!! yummy ! alot queue when buying hehe taste nice

The delicate good Kueh Pie Tee should pack a punch with its filling and crispy shell. However, these 4 pcs Kueh Pie Tee takeaway end up with soggy top (we guess commuting steals all the crisp and turn 4 blossoming cups to sodden ones) 🀨
Luckily that the bottom of the cup still got some crunch from the dried shrimps. The sweet turnip & omelette power through each cup along with the sweet chilli sauce make this Super sweet. 🐜 Need to tone it down with a cup of ooh Long tea πŸ΅πŸ˜™
Tip πŸ’‘ suggest not to do takeaway for this item

One of the famous popiah places in Singapore and we decide to find out if the rave is real and their secret behind the ’Plate Michelin’. The popiah skin is freshly made behind the stall. The fillings are prepared once the popiah skin is ready. We ordered takeaway 4 popiahs.🀘
When we open the box and take a bite at popiah. The 2 distinct flavours are spicy and sweet. The popiah skin is dry & chewy. Filling ingredients are egg, carrot,peanut (they cross out shrimp from their banner). The popiah might fare better for sweet tooth peeps. We feel it is too sweet for us and there is something lacking (ingredients wise) in their popiahs.🧐
Maybe it is because we order takeaway or their omitted ingredients, we would not queue for this though. πŸ€“

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