Review: Whampoa Popiah (Singapore)

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Whampoa Popiah

sells popiah and kueh pie tee. Quite ordinary but still rather decent.



This popiah contains a filling of radish and carrot shreds with egg bits, vegetables, grated peanuts and fried crispy bits. The moist filling is rolled up in a chewy popiah skin that is a little dry. It has a sweet taste coming from the sweet sauce spread in the popiah skin. Quite an ordinary popiah but still rather decent.

Kueh Pie Tee

The kueh pie tee uses the same filling as their popiah with a crispy tart shell instead of popiah skin. Just like the popiah, the filling is moist with a bit of sweetness coming from the added sweet sauce. Its cup shell is quite crispy. This kueh pie tee is rather decent too.


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