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The popiah is almost like our version of a burrito or a crepe. The layer of popiah skin (the homemade ones are typically rounder and softer) holds a variety of fillings according to your liking, such as turnips, lettuce, shrimp, peanuts, egg, sweet sauce, garlic, chilli or even crispy batter should you prefer.
Here are a few places you can visit to get your popiah fix.
Good Chance Popiah Eating House
Part of the fun of eating popiah is making it. Here at Good Chance Popiah Eating House, ingredients are presented to you together with the homemade popiah skins for your rolling pleasure.
Block 149, Silat Avenue, #01-58, Singapore 160149
Old Long House Popiah
The mark of a good popiah place is the sight of homemade popiah skins. Old Long House Popiah is a brand name Singaporeans know and love, with crisp and fresh ingredients.
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, 22 Toa Payoh Lorong 7, #01-03, Singapore 310022
This place sells the Nonya-style popiah with egg skin. The skin is less dry and more tender.
139 East Coast Road, Singapore 428829
Qi Ji Popiah
This stall has thin but surprisingly strong skin. The fillings do not leak out and the turnip filling has a moist and sweet fragrance.
Funan DigitaLife Mall, 109 North Bridge Road, #01-17, Singapore 1799097