Review: Low Ah Hee Poh Piah (Singapore)



Bukit Timah Food Centre Singapore

Low Ah Hee Poh Piah

dishes out popiah served in takeaway plastic bags. Tastes just average.



Low Ah Hee Poh Piah sells popiah with just takeaway option. The popiah is rolled up on the spot according to your order and served individually in a plastic bag. Styrofoam box is available for an extra $0.10 SGD.

This popiah is freshly made to your order. It has a fairly soft and chewy popiah skin wrapping up a filling of radish, egg bits, crispy bits, some bean sprouts and vegetables bits. The filling is moist but tastes kind of bland. The seasoning sauce added on the skin has a lightly sweet taste. This is just an average popiah.


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