Mohd Zaid Kueh Mueh does pretty nice curry puffs, available in the usual choice of curry potato or sardine. The curry puff has a nice thin and crispy crust. The potato version is filled with nicely flavoured curry potato that is slightly spicy. The sardine version has chunks of spicy sardine filling. Somehow, the sardine version has a crispier crust and personally I like it a bit more than the potato ones.
Besides potato curry puff, you can get it in Malay style samosa format which essentially uses a spring roll wrapper instead of the flour crust. The potato filling instead is the same as that of the curry puff, mild spicy with nice curry flavours. The wrapper is very crispy and a bit chewy. I like this.
The goreng pisang here is quite a letdown. Its outer crust is soft and no longer crispy. The banana used in not ripe enough and tastes a little bit soury. This one is skippable. Go for the curry puffs, they are way much better than this.
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