Old Chang Kee (click here for discount) is a famous curry puff stall in Singapore that has been around since 1950s.
Their chicken curry puff comes with curry potato fillings with quarter of a hardboiled egg and a chunk of chicken meat. The fillings are very flavourful, but its crust is too thick for my liking. Probably due to the manufacturing process of using machines instead of by hand.
Sardine puff is the traditional alternative to a curry puff. This contains a generous portion of sardine as its fillings. As usual the fillings tastes good, and the failings are in its crust, which I find too thick.
Even though Old Chang Kee (click here for discount) may not have the best curry puffs around, it is still a decent choice. Their plentiful of outlets located throughout Singapore means that there should be one nearby for a quick bite.