Tried & Tested feature: Popiah

Popiah is almost as ubiquitous as chicken rice in Singapore. There’s bound to be at least one stall in every hawker center or food court, but most of them are just passable (if you’re lucky).

Hence, the latest Tried & Tested mission taste-tests five famous popiah brands in Singapore. Conclusion: If you look hard enough, there are some truly stellar popiahs around. Click here to find out where!



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      Kway Guan Huat has stopped selling popiah by the roll. They recently stopped their dining in business. But popiah party sets are still available, have to order at least one day in advance.

      Yah, you must try Glory’s. It’s really shiok! Conventionally wet, but really shiok! 🙂