Good Chance Popiah: Another Next Gen Zi Char Chef!
Good chance popiah has got a few things going for it. Aside from the fact that it is opened by a 3rd gen Singaporean chef who is super passionate about food, they also have a few items which are unique to their restaurant which is difficult to find elsewhere. There are also very few restaurants […]
Cosy Corner Poh Piah: Grab and Poh Piah and Relac One Cosy Corner!
My definition of good vegetarian food is the kind which you enjoy without even realizing that it is vegetarian. Poh Piah falls into this category. Ok, some Poh Piah contain sliced prawns, but for me the sliced prawns actually add little value to the Poh Piah and I can easily do without them. What I […]
Making Popiah in Joo Chiat since 1938 I have to let you know about my friends Zita and Vicky at Kway Guan Huat Poh Piah. When I approached them 3 months ago to help me with the Ultimate Hawker Fest, they agreed without hesitation because they knew that it was a charity fundraiser and they […]
Spring Court Restaurant: The Oldest Chinese Restaurant in Singapore
Did you know that Spring Court Restaurant is the oldest Chinese restaurant in Singapore? I admit that I never knew it until I visited Spring Court recently. Perhaps those Gen Xers and Baby Boomers might recognize it by its old name, “Wing Chun Yuen” which was THE place for Chinese Weddings back in the days […]
Glory Catering: Nonya Style Poh Piah that is Uniquely Singapore
Nonya Poh Piah $2.20 per roll Although Poh Piah originated from China, we have a version that really is unique to our little island or at least amongst the Peranakans living along the Malayan Straits. When you first eat this version of the Poh Piah, you might not really take to it because it is […]
Bee Heng Poh Piah: What is your opinion of Newton Food Centre?
With Wahcow, Sumosumo and Cactuskit I know that a lot of Singaporeans avoid going to Newton Food Centre as it is often seen as a tourist trap. Furthermore, many foodies also lament the fact that the food there is not outstanding and that there are nicer hawker food elsewhere at lower prices. That’s is a […]
If you are a Poh Piah lover, then you really have no excuse if you have not been to Kway Guan Huat. Not only is this eatery a part of the Singapore food heritage, the Poh Piah here is quite simply, darn shiok. At last, a Poh Piah that made it into the "Really Must Try" list.
With smart and bashful hunter Poh Piah is just great. It’s healthy (relatively) and tasty and it is a really good side dish with whatever you are ordering. If you think about it, it is just the Chinese version of the Donar Kebab or the Burrito and the way I see it, it should originally […]
Poh Piah is like the snack food that you buy to accompany your main meal right? I mean, does anyone here simply go out there and eat Poh Piah and that’s it? Usually, we would order a few Poh Piahs as a common “share-share” type of dish. I sometimes think about hawker dishes along the […]
This stall is closed When you eat Poh Piah, what do you go for? For me the skin is paramount. The skin must be hand made, chewy and leave that carbo rush at the back of your palate. Then it must have the shiok shiok crunchy sweet stuff and of course they have to be […]
Qi Ji Poh Piah: Prince of Poh Piahs: Sim Lim Food Centre Part 3 of 3
With yummydummies, PK, smart, liverpool, iwatch_ueat and tamago Oh yes! I think I have found my perfect Poh Piah! I remember eating these few years ago when someone ordered it for a lunch meeting. But at that time I was not blogging yet, so I did not bother to take down details of the Poh […]
Vegetarian Poh Piah: Poh Piah with a Serious Crunch! Geylang East Central Part 5 of 6
With smart, liverpool, iwatch_ueat and tamago Finding a Vegetarian Poh Piah is not easy. Finding a Vegetarian Poh Piah which is also good to eat is even harder. That is why this Poh Piah is being featured! The skin is handmade, so it is nice and chewy. But it is what lurks inside that makes […]