53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
#03-12 AMK Hub NTUC Foodfare
Singapore 569933

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Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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The only sushi thing about this popiah is just the seaweed, there's no rice or fish whatsoever; in fact, it's all vegetables but I must say that it's still a pretty good dish. The vegetables are crunchy, the coleslaw is refreshing, and the crispy bits are fragrant. Paired with mild sweetness from the terriyaki sauce, this makes a good starter for two or a very light meal for one.

While waiting for my bowl of Sungei Rd laksa, I decided to get this popiah next to it. It was really disappointing cause the popiah skin was thick & tough. Texture wasn’t smooth so I ended up eating the fillings instead. Where do you go for good popiah? Let me know? .
📍: blk 27 Jln Berseh, 200027
💵 : $2.80 .
👄 : Will I return? nope

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$5

Quite a big portion for popiah. Subtle salted yolk taste.

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$3.50

I prefer this as this has more crunchy vegetables. A interesting twist to the normal popiah.

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Sushi popiah? Korean kimchi beef popiah? Ice cream popiah? Popiah burrito? Yes, all of that right at Mr. Popiah where popiah-inspired dishes are churned out. Personally tried their popiah burrito and popiah pizza at $5 each - interesting and decent but not filling for a meal.

For their traditional nonya popiah,
Good:
• Handmade, chewy skin
• Good crunch from the peanuts and crispy bits

Drawbacks:
• Turnips were bland
• Fillings were quite little
• Loosely wrapped
• At $2.20/roll, this is pricey for this quality

Verdict: 2/5

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