Review: J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff (Singapore)

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Amoy Street Food Centre Singapore

J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff

is a popular stall selling handmade crispy curry puffs. A choice of filling is available. Nice.


Curry Chicken Puff

This curry chicken puff has a flaky and crispy crust. Underneath this thin crust is a filling of nicely flavoured curry potatoes and a small piece of chicken meat. There is no egg in this curry puff.

Sardine Puff

Instead of curry potatoes and chicken meat, this sardine puff comes with chunks of sardine meat with onions. The sardine filling has a mild spicy taste.

Black Pepper Chicken Puff

Similar to its sibling, the black pepper chicken puff uses black pepper sauce instead of curry sauce. Comes with potatoes and a piece of chicken with black pepper sauce, wrapped in a thin crispy crust. However the flavours are kind of lacking, there isn’t much black pepper sauce taste. The curry chicken puff is much better.

Yam Puff

The yam puff is good for those who does not like spicy stuff. It contains soft mashed yam with a slightly sweet taste. It is nice.


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