Review: Le Le Popiah (Singapore)

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Golden Mile Food Centre Singapore

Le Le Popiah

does popiah, rojak and a small assortment of snacks. Fairly decent.



This popiah has a filling of moist radish shreds, egg bits, vegetables bits and grated peanuts rolled in a chewy popiah skin with a sweet tasting seasoning sauce. Its flavours are decent, though the popiah skin is a bit dry. Still fairly decent though.


This plate of rojak comes with the usual slices of pineapple, cucumber and pear with pieces of you tiao and tau pokm mixed in a rojak sauce and topped with grated peanuts. The rojak sauce is the watery type with sweet and savoury flavours and a slightly tarty taste. Both the you tiao and tau pok are toasted before cutting into smaller bits and pieces. However they have mostly lost their crispiness among the soggy sauce. This rojak is quite ordinary.


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