[CLOSED] What’s Pide (Cross Street Exchange)

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22 Cross Street
#01-63 Cross Street Exchange
Singapore 048421

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It’s a spin from the traditional middle eastern flatbread and has a spongier texture. They offer options to stuff it with beef, chicken, prawns or mushroom balls! We love the soft shell prawns version that came with a light batter for its natural umami to be retained. It went perfectly with house made kimchi mayo 😘 They also have breakfast pides which are stuffed with either authentic muar otah or avocados and eggs.
Closed on weekends and public holidays!

Prawn Star Pride SGD8.50
Oh My Otah SGD4.50

Savoury Korean flatbreads from Korea, this is their first overseas outlet here at China Square Central. They serve breakfast from 8am to 11am, with only 3 items available in the morning.

Try their otah fillings and it was really spicy. I didn’t expect it at all. So for those who don’t like spicy food in early morning please don’t order this. Portion consider big if you don’t want something heavy in the morning.

It also come to my surprise when I saw the hand written note on my food packaging. Probably something to cheer my morning. $4.50

Meet pide — a healthy Korean snack alike a hybrid-child of pita and buns. When in the Chinatown area, check out this new kiosk that doles out these hearty hot pockets. For a light lunch or a teatime snack, stop by for a chewy-licious Mrs Park ($9) featuring seasoned bulgogi beef, pickled jalapeños and caramelised onions with mixed greens. Our other favourite is the Eda-San ($7.50) with crunchy batter-fried edamame and creamy wasabi mayo. Pair your pides with the set ($4) that comes with Spicy Fries and bubbly Nutmeg Soda for a more substantial meal!
Photo by Burppler Eunice Sng


Skip the average regular fries and go for the SPICY fries (pictured on the left)! Crispy, cut to just the right thickness and dusted in an addictive chilli powder for a spicy kick. I really enjoyed this very much. And this is coming from someone who doesn’t really appreciate fried nosh! A worthy savoury snack to munch on if you’re feeling peckish around the area.

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Looks like pita, but tastes like a mix between a fluffy Korean bun and pita, with a soft and chewy mouthfeel. Edamame battered to a crisp and fried, which made for a nice crunchy texture, coupled with a creamy, slightly spicy wasabi mayo made this a very nice combination. A good alternative if you’re looking for a fast and quick meal around the area!

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It’s like two chewy warm pita breads enveloping a Korean bowl, minus the rice- Seasoned Bulgogi Beef, Picked Jalapeños and caramelised onions with romaine lettuce, shredded cabbages and a nice slice of tomato. Will be back for more! Cola fans, I recommend trying their very exclusive, only-sold-here craft bubbly nutmeg soda ‘AKA Cola’. Add on a meal and get the drink with a side of ADDICTIVE spicy fries for ($4)!

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