Monday, 4 May 2020

Old Long House Popiah 老長屋薄餅 (Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre)

$1.60 Popiah
The origin of Popiah was believed to be from the Fujian Province in China. It is also known as the Spring Roll as it was made and eaten during Spring period when the farmers harvest their vegetables. 

In Singapore, the older generation would understand the significance of Popiah as it was a household dish in the past. Popiah would be eaten during significant occasions and provided a good bonding opportunity. 
Old Long House Popiah 老長屋薄餅 is located at Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre. This stall is located at a corner of the hawker centre and its not hard to find it as it is located along the same row as Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles and Lai Heng Cooked Food Stall. 
The Popiah is sold for $1.60 each.
Each piece is freshly made upon order.
$1.60 Popiah
This $1.60 Popiah from Old Long House Popiah stall at Kim Keat Food Centre is surprisingly delicious. The popiah was tightly packed and full of ingredients. Despite its plain and boring appearance, each bite was accompanied with little burst of flavours and texture. There was a crunch with every mouthful too!
$1.60 Popiah
Another look at ingredients in the popiah.

This is one of the best popiah I have eaten. Give it a try!

Old Long House Popiah 老長屋薄餅  (Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre)
22 Lor 7 Toa Payoh
#01-03 Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre
Singapore 310019
Opening Hours: Wed to Sun 6am to 2pm
                           Closed on Mon, Tue
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