Review: Bao Bao Popiah (Singapore)

Bao Bao Popiah: Popiah & Kueh Pie Tee



Review :

Bao Bao Popiah

is a stall rolling up popiah since 1960. Kueh pie tee is available too. Both are likeable.

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This popiah has a soft and chewy skin with moist flavourful filling and a slightly sweet tasting seasoning spread on its skin. As far as I can tell, the filling consists of white radish shreds, carrot shreds, bean sprouts, egg, grated peanuts and mushroom slices. It tastes good.

Kueh Pie Tee

The kueh pie tee uses the same filling as their popiah, with some fried crispy bits and coriander added. The flavourful filling are served in a thin crispy pastry shell. This is nice too.

Popiah & Kueh Pie Tee

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