Review: Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Since 1952 (Singapore)

Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Since 1952: Chicken Curry Puff Filling


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Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Since 1952

is the original stall that still makes their delicious curry puffs by hand. They are freshly made, fried and sold, all done on the spot at the stall.

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Curry Puff

These delicious handmade curry puffs are available in three different fillings: chicken, sardine and fish otah.


This chicken curry puff is good. Thin crispy crust wrapping a filling of curry potato, chicken meat and a quarter hard boiled egg. The filling has a nice curry flavour that is mildly spicy. Tasty!


This is similar to the chicken curry puff. It has the same curry potato filling, quarter hard boiled egg and instead of chicken meat, sardine is used. This is nice too.

Otah Puff

This is kind of different from regular curry puffs. Instead of having curry potato as fillings, this uses fish otah instead. This fish otah filling is spicy with a slight hint of curry taste, wrapped in a thin crispy crust. Good.


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Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Since 1952

Hong Lim Food Centre

Singapore 051531


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