Lagoon Chicken Curry Puff East Coast Lagoon Food Village Part 5 of 7

This curry puff really brings back memories of childhood. I still remember eating this when the East Coast Lagoon was still used as a Lagoon for swimming. And it is good to know that this good old curry puff has not changed in all these years.

See, they are still using a wine bottle as a rolling pin. This bottle has been in use since the opening of the new East Coast Lagoon Food Village 3 years ago. Reminds me of the show “The Gods Must be Crazy” where a coke bottle was accidently dropped in a remote village in Africa. The tribal people then found 101 uses for the coke bottle and even started to fight over it. So much so that one of the tribesman has to take it to dispose of it at the “end of the world”.

The crust is crispy on the outside, flaky on the inside but not oily. The filling is very moist and the curry will bring you back to the good old days if you are as old as I am. And of course, finding the bit of chicken meat is like looking for Easter Eggs. You know it’s there, and when you find it you still get excited. Still $1 each and loads of satisfaction. 4/5


Each curry puff is still handmade in the stall and filled with yummy memories. Unlike Old Chang Kee, where you get really Jia Lard (Feeling of having too much fat) after eating the curry puff, this one is amazingly light. From now on, I am buying a few everytime I come to East Coast Lagoon Food Village.

Lagoon Chicken Curry Puff

East Coast Lagoon Food Village
Singapore 449876

Opening hours:

2:30 PM to 11:00 PM

Other Info

At the section nearer the Car Park and ECP, right next to the Duck Rice.

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