If you’re at Ghim Moh Food Centre for breakfast, why not have some thosai (dosa) or appam (hopper)? Heaven’s Indian Curry (01-15) serves pretty legit hoppers that are made to order. You can also order putu mayam and idly. It sells out pretty fast on weekend mornings so go early.

The appam/ hopper ($2 per piece). Cooked to order using griddles imported from India, it’s not easy to find appam in most hawker centres. Each piece is like a thin and crispy fermented rice flour and fresh milk pancake (it’s usually coconut milk) with a soft centre.

Eat it asap as it gets soggy pretty fast. Remember to eat it with the orange sugar and grated coconut.

I enjoyed the egg hopper too although I wished the yolk was runny.