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Best popiah in Singapore

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Want some crunchy Popiah rolls for a light lunch or snack in the middle of the day? Find out where to get the best Popiah in Singapore.

  1. Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Original Popiah & Kueh Pie Tee: This popular Popiah stall in Joo Chiat has been around since the 1930s and is known for their fresh and handmade Popiah skins. Their Popiah is generously filled with turnips, beansprouts, lettuce, eggs and crispy bits, and is a must-try for Popiah lovers. Instagram: @kwayguanhautpopiah
  2. Good Chance Popiah Eating House: Located in the heart of Geylang, this popiah eatery has been around for over 30 years and serves a delicious and affordable popiah that is generously filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts and sweet sauce. They also offer a unique durian popiah for durian lovers. Instagram: @goodchancepopiah
  3. Fortune Food: This popular popiah stall at the Old Airport Road Food Centre is known for their fresh and crispy popiah skins and generous fillings. Their popiah is filled with turnips, beansprouts, lettuce and eggs, and is a must-try for anyone visiting the food centre. Instagram: @fortunefood_sg
  4. Ming Chung: This popiah stall has been around since the 1970s and is located in Tiong Bahru. Their popiah is freshly made upon order and is filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts, prawns and homemade sweet sauce. Instagram: @mingchung.sg
  5. Qi Xiang Chicken Pot: While mainly known for their chicken hotpot, this restaurant also serves a delicious popiah that is handmade and filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts and homemade sweet sauce. Instagram: @qixiangchickenpot
  6. The Authentic Popiah: Located in Telok Blangah, this popiah stall serves a traditional and authentic popiah that is filled with turnips, beansprouts, lettuce, eggs and crispy bits. They also offer a unique green tea popiah skin option. Instagram: @theauthenticpopiah
  7. Tiong Bahru Pau and Snacks: While mainly known for their pau, this Tiong Bahru stall also serves a delicious popiah that is freshly made and filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts and eggs. Their popiah is a popular snack among the locals. Instagram: @tiongbahrupau
  8. Hock Swee Hin: This popiah stall in Geylang is known for their fresh and crispy popiah skins, which are made from scratch. Their popiah is filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts, eggs and sweet sauce. Instagram: @hocksweehin
  9. Da Dong Prawn Noodles: While mainly known for their prawn noodles, this popular stall also serves a delicious popiah that is freshly made and filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts and homemade sweet sauce. Instagram: @dadongprawnnoodles
  10. Mr & Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata: This famous roti prata stall in Dunman Food Centre also serves a unique and crispy popiah that is filled with turnips, lettuce, beansprouts and homemade sweet sauce. Their popiah is a must-try for anyone visiting the food centre. Instagram: @mohgan1965
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