22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh
#01-03 Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre
Singapore 310022

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Saturday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Sunday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Friday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Proclaimed to be the master of popiah, I had high expectations for this since it has a long history. Unfortunately, I was slightly disappointed.

Good:
• Crispy bits were extremely crunchy and fresh-tasting
• Affordable at $1.50/roll

Drawbacks:
• Skin is a little dry and hard
• Turnips were a little bland
• There were no peanuts, hence lacking that bit of fragrance

Verdict: 2.5/5 (may be biased as they were coriander and I dislike it)

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In the past, popiah was (still is) a household dish. Almost every family knew how to make it. The moms will prepared the filling and popiah skin. Then the kids will surrounded the dinning table and started wrapping them. But this activity is getting lesser over these few years.
Popiah is a very simple dish. Mainly assemble with the parts b/m.
1. The skin - the owner hand made every skin. He will grab a ball of very thick batter and spread a thin layer on to the hot plate. Fried it for less than 2mins. If the skin got too thick, the popiah will taste very heavy. If too thin, it can't contain the juicy turnip.
2. Stir fried Turnip - the uncle told me that frying turnip required patient. It must be fried till it's color turn light brownish as it's starch started to caramelize. Then it's sweetness could be portray out fully.
3. Crispy Golden Bits.
The crispy bits provided an savory sweet flavor which was so comforting to the mouth.
4. Unforgettable chili.
While you getting bore from the sweet turnip and savory bits, suddenly a tickling sensation was felt and kick started the taste bud again.
Ehhh.... So good.....😊😊😊 Old Long House Popiah
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, Blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh #01-03, Toa Payoh, 310022
Tel: 9171 7157
Opening Hours
Wed to Sun: 0600 - 1700 Closed on Mon and Tue

Some said they were fish bits fried with pork lard, some said just fried pork lard.
But either one, this is my favorite ingredient in the popiah. 😍😋👍 Old Long House Popiah
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, Blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh #01-03, Toa Payoh, 310022
Tel: 9171 7157
Opening Hours
Wed to Sun: 0600 - 1700 Closed on Mon and Tue

Juicy turnip and golden crispy filling. I prefer my popiah not to be cut and served as a whole.
Old Long House Popiah
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, Blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh #01-03, Toa Payoh, 310022
Tel: 9171 7157
Opening Hours
Wed to Sun: 0600 - 1700 Closed on Mon and Tue

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At blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh, Kim Keat Palm Food Centre has many yummy food stalls worth exploring. Here's a photo of popiah. Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/best-6-at-kim-keat-palm-food-centre-toa-payoh/

WhileI’m having my beef noodles here, I can see people keep getting their popiah from this stall; so I decided to give it a try and immediately falling in love with it.

The generous amount of fried fish bites in my popiah made it taste so crunchy and addictive. The mixture of garlic, chili and sweet sauce made their popiah to its perfection. For only $1.50 per piece, you wouldn’t mind getting more of it.

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