Review Good Chance Popiah Eating House, Silat Ave, Singapore

Review Good Chance Popiah Eating House - Singapore Silat Ave

“Great experience making your own food. Maybe a tutorial will be good for foreigners” or “Food is good with a nostalgic atmosphere. Fish maw soup is really good too” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Good Chance Popiah Eating House. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Good Chance Popiah Eating House is quality.

Introduction about Good Chance Popiah Eating House

Here are some fundamental details regarding Good Chance Popiah Eating House. In terms of Chinese restaurant, it is generally believed that Good Chance Popiah Eating Houseis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at Silat Ave, #01-58 Block 149, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Chinese restaurant, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 62710698 (+65 62710698)
  • Address: Silat Ave, #01-58 Block 149, Singapore
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Detailed information of Good Chance Popiah Eating House

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Monday: Closed.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM to 2:30 PM.

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Good Chance Popiah Eating House reviews

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Is Good Chance Popiah Eating House good?

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“Food is good with a nostalgic atmosphere. Fish maw soup is really good too”

“Good food. Good service. Serves traditional Hokkien cuisines.”

“Very nice, tasty and well packed food!! Will order again!! Prompt delivery.赞赞赞”

“Very good takeaways - DIY popiah (order extra skin), Hokkien mee KLstyle, ha Cheong Kai, Qing Long cai, mmm!”

“I just went there yesterday but seems not open and no one responds the call... it was a Thursday (( but the food is good i love the popiah so bad”

“Love the popiah here. Though food is on the pricey side, but it's worth going once in awhile to enjoy the handmade popiah.”

“Looks pretty old, but the taste is always hot and fresh. Authentic sg food and rivals many bigger restaurants easily”

“Love the traditional popiah and you get to choose DIY or have it made for you. Though a bit pricey but worth trying.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 136 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 73% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Good Chance Popiah Eating House, Silat Ave, Singapore

There is a total 136 reviews

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    Kaiwu Toh

    Food is good. Popiah is awesome

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    Eileen Neo (Sgsohotleh)

    A restaurant known for their popiah. You can order it for your catering event, party or etc. I remember they used to another outlet at Jalan Besar, now only left with this outlet at Bukit Merah.

    The popiah comes in 6/12 or 18. My recommendation is order 6 and 12 rather than 18 at one go, because it’s come in 2 sets, easier for the guests to make the popiah, rather than all wait for the 1 pot of filling (which is the main content in the popiah, consists of ban Kuan+veg+carrot) to make their own popiah. Find it strange because their popiah don’t come with the crispy bits. Is it supposed to have the crispy bits? The chilli for the popiah is also quite spicy, so don’t put too much if you just wanna try it.

    Ordered a few dishes but feel the popiah is still the best among all. The braised duck was $58, alittle pricey and abit not worth the money. We had a hard time trying to debone the meat from the duck. The herbal chicken has very strong herbs smell, maybe that’s why it’s called herbal chicken. It costs $55. Ordered the orh ni (yam dessert), I think this is definitely less sweet. Not sure if it’s diluted or just less sweet.

    Prawn balls and the crabmeat tofu were delicious! Especially after you top it with the sweet sauce the Ha Chor Gai (Prawn Paste chicken) it’s kids fav too.

    Quite sad because at 1130am they said the Hokkien Mee was sold out. That’s one of our fav dish too. Ended up we order mian xian.

    Restaurant is quite small, so make sure you make reservation. Just my two cents worth of suggestion, think it will be interactive and fun to have an instruction guide to share with people how to wrap their popiah, I.e. step 1 put the lettuce, then step 2… it gives the diners some knowledge + not everyone knows how to wrap popiah. For some fun and knowledge element. Maybe they can share they learnt how to wrap from Good Chance Popiah instruction manual.

    Meanwhile, for big table, 8 and above, I thought they can provide the table turner, or lazy Susan, so the guests can easily take their food. I find it quite a hassle to stand up and pass here and there for the food, and it may spill too.

    Definitely will be back for the popiah. Or to order it for events or party. But other dishes, I think the standard may have drop alittle.

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    Malvin Chan

    Friendly staff! Nice food!

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    Eddie Tan

    Interesting to DIY your own popiah. The hokkien mee (dark gravy version) is not bad and the braised pork with pumpkin buns as well.

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    Jeffrey Wong

    The restaurant is clean n the waitress are Very polite. Food value is good too.

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    Corinna C

    Food not served piping hot. Luke warm only.

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    lam kie min

    The hokkien mee is one of the best in Singapore!

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    Andrei Jedidiah

    Don’t order the Har Cheong Gai
    Pricy poh piah

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    Diana Tan

    Takeaway 3 dishes. .Very small portion. Not worth paying $67.40 – braised duck (one leg only), fish head soup (no meat, just miserable pieces of bones) and prawn rolls (9 pcs).

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    andyang ang

    The food is delicious and very suitable for the taste of the elderly, one of the best old school zichar in Singapore from many generation. Don’t miss it try it ! you will never regret it. The best things is you can learn to roll the popiah by yourself . Staff is friendly and helpful .

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    Ma-ku Gan

    This restaurant is run by Malaysians. So called famous for popiah but I find it quite ordinary. Very expensive.

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    Whiskey Tea

    Ordered the 20 pc party set for delivery $69.80, the side of prawn balls was nice .
    Party set did not come with prawns I had to pay $8.80 to top up , it came in ~8-10 pieces , each piece is halve of a prawn. Quite pricey if you ask me .

    Party set does not come with the crispy bits too you have to add on… but my point …it’s a set so pls make it comprehensive .

    This style of Hokkien popiah is not the white color of ban kuan n carrot . The popiah filling seems like it has a lot of bamboo shoots and I think it’s mei chai ( the type you find in mei chai kou ruo). It’s acquired taste, not for me .

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    Caryn See

    Popiah is good. Cereal prawn also good.
    Kong bak pow & herbal chicken disappointed !

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    Teh TingHing

    Overpriced

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    Kwang Yong Quek

    An authentic favorite since 1977. The star dish aside, the soups, prawn roll, fried mee sua / hokkien mee are firm favorites. Finish off with a hot home brewed ginger drink. Other popular dishes include the prawn paste chicken, kong bak pau and traditional orh nee desert.

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    Lyssetta Teo

    My family LOVES the popiah at this place, especially the popiah skin and the garlic. The chili is super spicy! They also have cooked food – would recommend the otah, the oyster omelette and especially the fish maw soup! Soup came with super huge crab chunks in it. Would recommend!

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    _Hnd

    Popiah is a must try!

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    Michelle Kuan

    Very good takeaways – DIY popiah (order extra skin), Hokkien mee KLstyle, ha Cheong Kai, Qing Long cai, mmm!

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    Benjamin Chew

    Summary: If you have not eat Popiah before, this would be a good touristy starting point for you.

    For an average spend of $30/person, a good portion of it was for DIY popiah set and if you checked other reviews, the variety of ingredients is barely limited. It felt you are paying the “tourist” price for some local food culture experience but for a local, the price premium of Good Chance’s DIY popiah over other popiah (made and served to you by someone) is around 3-4x more with mediocre taste. Maybe that is why you will see the walls full of celebrities photo with the owner – a seal of approval for its tourist spot.

    For the younger ones who are unable to verify the authenticity of the “Hokkienness” of their culinary skills, the place only feel like an air-conditioned Zi Char place.

    Overall, the place is good for 1-time visit.

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    Jim Smith

    Food is nice.

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    Dante Siow

    Good for groups. Value for money. Decent food.

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    T. Ng

    my favorite place for Popiah, the Yam fish soup is yum too!

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    Dewi Widjaja

    The foods are amazing .

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    trulyGabriel

    been eating this regularly for 30 years

    2 disasters recently has driven this to 3 stars

    1) they added mushroom to the mengkuang broth – totally altering /destroying the taste of the popiah ingredients

    2) boiled eggs instead of omelette style – taste changes but still acceptable

    item 1 singlehandedly brings this from a 5 star to a 3 star

    i may still try this again as a long time follower…. but family will not

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    Kah Chew

    Authentic Hokkien cruisine. As much as I love to support local businesses, the cashier/supervisor attitude really needs improvement. Rude and unfriendly!

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    Vincent Goh

    Always my favorite

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    Christopher Aw

    Great food but get there early as place fills up for lunch on the weekend

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    海天Eric

    Creative dish (Self Wrap Poh Piah) and lots of room to improve from.

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    Soon Heng

    Not bad, can make your own popiah

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    Alan Wong

    An unassuming place turned out to be a great dining experience. Their signature self-wrap popiah, with pre-prepared ingredients, was a delight. I also especially love the yam ring, and the other dishes we ordered were decent as well. A special mention to one of the appetizer snacks, which I initially guessed to be pickled nutmeg. A short conversation with the staff (or is he the owner?) revealed that it was actually homemade pickled mangoes. I thought that deserved a special mention because it was refreshingly tasty.

    Another point that impressed upon me, was the great service provided by all the staff. Courteous and friendly, they were very mindful of their customer’s needs, and I observed how they helped an elderly diner with her wheelchair.

    Price-wise, I think their items were reasonably priced. The establishment is a little too small though, and seats are limited. We managed to get seatings because we arrived before the busy dinner crowd.

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    Timothy Misir

    Pricey, and the condiments for the take out packs are too small! (I ordered the large, 18 PC’s, but condiments were sufficient for maybe 10 pcs). Add-ons (Chinese sausage, prawns) were also very expensive for what it was. Taste is decent though.

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    Faye Mats

    The food is amazing! Making the popiah is a great experience in itself and the turnip-prawn filling tastes incredible! Misua noodles, pork buns, and the flat noodles are also must-try. Ah Boy is a superb host; he taught us how to make great popiah and to add black vinegar to the flat noodles that gave it a zing. Highly recommended not only for dining but also catering.

    This will be a permanent site to visit in my trip to Singapore.

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    Shawn Ho

    Not bad. But only sometime they have not enough food

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    Ann mo

    Good popiah

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    Parthi Naveen

    Good

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    Jian Xin Sito

    Came to the place with pretty high expectations. The shop allows you to go through the popiah making process. Popiah taste to me it’s average. Overall, we feel that the price is quite steep for popiah..

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    Mark Teh

    Good as ever.

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    Jake Chia

    Food is good with a nostalgic atmosphere. Fish maw soup is really good too

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    Eileen Chio

    Ordered a 12pcs DIY popiah set and 1 Prawn roll for Boxing Day lunch with family. This was ordered through Oodle and the assigned logistic cancelled the delivery job last minute. Good Chance Popiah was very customer focused, called me to inform about the situation and assured me they will sourced for another driver to deliver my food. Finally got my food around 1.5hrs from original schedule. Was so hungry and forgotten to take photos of the food. I assure you, their popiah and prawn roll are delicious. Even my son who doesn’t usually favour prawn rolls, took quite a few that day. The chilli for popiah was oohhh spicy and worth the heat to try. Everything is lovely. Thank you Good Chance Popiah for your fantastic customer service. Keep up the effort

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    Jonathan Gan

    This popiah restaurant has friendly staff and the food isnt bad either!

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    Lester Chan

    Good popiah!

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    JCSK

    Popiah is the main signature dish, Chinese restaurant

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    Hugo Gamboa

    Traditional food. A lot of history is this little local, food is not exceptionally good, but is done with heart and family tradition that you taste.

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    ocean

    my favorite place for popiah, the Yam fish soup is Yum!

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    Luke Koh

    Love the Pohpiah

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    Ichwan Rachmat

    Good old family restaurant

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    Weeli Kang

    Very nice Poh piah here, you will need to hands on to wrap for it. It brings me back for those days I wrap Poh piah With my mom when I was young.
    The Hokkien mee (black noodles) is super nice too, the fried pork lard given is so generous. Will come back again …

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    Jeff Tan

    Not bad

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    Kai Chun Boon

    Good Chance Popiah have been in Singapore more than 40years.

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    Hee Kiang Foo

    Lovely popiah

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    Annie Lim

    Good food. …

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    Leong Ming Poh

    Used to patronise it before COVID, dining in ambience and settings was great, service was remarkable too. Last visit was during Circuit Breaker period, no dining in available so had no choice but to opt for takeaway option. Their service was still great, experiencing it through the phone (upon booking) and when served at site. Even with many orders coming in, they kept their cool and serve with nice attitude. However, one thing noticed was the dropped in their food portion and standard. It could be because of the freshness due to takeaways but it’ll be something to take note of.

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    Alan Wong

    An unassuming place turned out to be a great dining experience. Their signature self-wrap popiah, with pre-prepared ingredients, was a delight. I also especially love the yam ring, and the other dishes we ordered were decent as well. A special mention to one of the appetizer snacks, which I initially guessed to be pickled nutmeg. A short conversation with the staff (or is he the owner?) revealed that it was actually homemade pickled mangoes. I thought that deserved a special mention because it was refreshingly tasty.

    Another point that impressed upon me, was the great service provided by all the staff. Courteous and friendly, they were very mindful of their customer’s needs, and I observed how they helped an elderly diner with her wheelchair.

    Price-wise, I think their items were reasonably priced. The establishment is a little too small though, and seats are limited. We managed to get seatings because we arrived before the busy dinner crowd.

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    Richard Tan

    Good food. Good service. Serves traditional Hokkien cuisines.

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    Wynnie Tan

    Nice and friendly service. Nice food.

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    Methyl

    Overcharged. For example, a couple of prawns sliced into a few pieces charged at $7.80.

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    Christophe Heldeis

    Loved the roll yourself popiah! Shrimp paste fried chicken wings are yummy too. Didn’t find their famous fried mee sua fantastic. Their shrimp roll is OK.

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    GRACE LIM

    Yummy Popiah and traditional Chinese dishes.

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    Ethan Yang

    So so. Normal food but quite pricey

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    Peter Loh

    Good foods.

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    Lishan Ho

    Love the traditional popiah and you get to choose DIY or have it made for you. Though a bit pricey but worth trying.

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    SHI MIN CHOO

    I just went there yesterday but seems not open and no one responds the call… it was a Thursday (( but the food is good i love the popiah so bad

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    Lee Chow Fatt

    One word is good enough – excellant

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    Mark Lee

    Great experience making your own food. Maybe a tutorial will be good for foreigners

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    jazzmint lim

    Check this place out if you don’t mind to pay slightly more to get your hands on to roll out some popiah! the taste was alright, but beware their chili is extremely HOT!!! the prawn paste chicken and hokkien mee were not too bad as well.

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    Alex Hartono

    New experience in eating popiah when you actually wrap your very own popiah.

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    HG Chia

    Delicious traditional foods at reasonable pricing, with friendly and excellent service. During festive occasions, it’s advisable to book a table in advance.
    FYI, you have to D.I.Y. the popiah, which to me, is part of the fun of eating.

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    Dawny Ng

    1st time food ok

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    Saan Choy

    Specialises in Popiah. Their chilli has “kick”, don’t put too much : ) Fish maw soup is nice too : )

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    Yong Siew Wong

    The idea of letting customer to wrap their popiah was brilliant. And it tastes great, their other dishes are generally above average; worth to give it a try.

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    Eve Tah

    Very nice, tasty and well packed food!! Will order again!!
    Prompt delivery.赞赞赞

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    Wei-Tian Kuo

    This is the only restaurant I know in Singapore which serves authentic hokkien Popiah.

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    Christine Oh

    Not that fantastic.

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    Donald Isaac

    The food is simple and nice. Reasonably priced.

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    Eric Goh

    Today is the first day of Chinese new year. And they are open! Service staff are polite and approachable. Beware of the popiah chilli. It is much hotter than it looks!

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    Pearlyn Chew

    Enjoyed the food but what really impressed me was the service – extremely on the ball, earnest and friendly. Restaurant isn’t big, about 7 tables at most, so reservations recommended for bigger groups.

    We got the 8 pax set meal for $218, consisting of the popiah (), fish maw soup, cereal prawn, spinach with mushroom (), steamed sea bass (), ngoh hiang (), fried vermicelli.

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    Silat Ave

    A place where u can find famous DIY Popiah do-it-yourself Popiah,they serve a pot of popiah filling and individual condiments. They also serve traditional food like Home Make Prawn Roll, Pork Belly Golden Pumpkin Bun, Fish Head And Yam Soup, Fried Mee Suan, Hokkein Mee and many more…..

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    Elaine Ng

    Go-to place for good quality popiah. Pricey though.

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    Yong Meng Tan

    You can add more to your own crepes, no matter how ugly the final look is, they are delicious.
    In addition to pancakes, there are actually other delicacies in the store.
    The attitude of the waiters is also very good, and they also help to suggest delicious food.
    Will patronize again.

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    Sun Mingguo

    The first and last time. The crepe dish was overcooked. And it seems to be cutting corners a bit. The price is also expensive. not worth.

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    Eric Foo

    Only good on their pohpiah, others are only average

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    SC MAK

    Okay food

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    Chang boon Chua

    good food
    The service is also good

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    Tan How Teck

    Nice
    Food gd

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    chan Davidchan 19

    Popiah is good. But when requested to for more chilli but didn’t give. And have to ask again.

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    Aaron Choi

    Liked the Popiah & Yam Fish Head Soup….

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    Carlo Romero

    Rolling your own popiah was a nice experience.

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    Adeline Lim

    Popiah is quite good. Prices are reasonable.

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    patricia chan

    Standard has dropped but still a good choice for a meal.

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    Aaron Koh Boon Kiong

    Excellent place for some traditional yummy popiah!

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    Ruth Ng

    Had my family reunion dinner for 12 pax. Sitting area was cramp. Perhaps can provide a bigger table. Nevertheless, we enjoyed food! We also had Lou Hei. However the lady staff did not tell us what to do until the end of it. We were all supposed to say ‘we received’ when she was chanting out a phrase each time she put certain ingredients into the Lou Hei dish. Overall, it was still a cozy experience dining in this old- fashion looking restaurant. Will definitely go back again!

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    Jonathan Yeoh

    Good authentic hokkien food, albeit slightly on the pricier side. Popiah and hokkien mee was delicious.

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    customer js

    The food is delicious and the price is reasonable!

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    Annie Toh

    Delicious food but pricey for me!

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    Theresa Lim

    Delicious. A bit pricey

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    Frankie Ng

    OK, good!

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    Darren Low

    Food is good

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    Grace Ng

    Order DIY popiah and top up prawns. When I opened the box, was shocked to see how small the portions especially the prawns that I paid was totally not worth it. Overall, the taste was nice and the popiah skin was freshly made. But, if you are big eater, then you probably need to buy extra ingredients.

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    Jessryl Lee

    Love the popiah here. Though food is on the pricey side, but it’s worth going once in awhile to enjoy the handmade popiah.

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    Ignatius Roger Kheng

    Overpriced and overrated popiah. Seatings are very cramped. Other dishes were quite average. Not worth paying so much.

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    Christina Teng

    Once a month visit since 1995 .. …

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    metaldogsg

    The DIY popiah is still tasty and in general, the food is still quite good. Note that the popiah comes with lettuce, blanched bean sprouts, crushed peanuts, eggs strips, sweet sauce, chopped coriander, housemade chilli and crushed garlic. They sell the Chinese sausage and boiled shrimp separately at a princely sum. Let me tell you, give them a pass – you won’t miss them because you get such a tiny amount for what you pay. Be warned that the chilli can be pretty spicy so if you can’t handle fiery chilli, you might want to leave it out of your popiah. Extra skins are available at $1 a piece. You may also want to order some side dishes as well – I recommend the shitake mushroom with spinach, the hae cho (fried prawn and meat roll) and the fried oyster omelette. The place can be pretty crowded even on weekdays and especially so at night – it would be wise to make reservations a day or 2 in advance.

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    jazzmint lim

    Check this place out if you don’t mind to pay slightly more to get your hands on to roll out some popiah! the taste was alright, but beware their chili is extremely HOT!!! the prawn paste chicken and hokkien mee were not too bad as well.

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    Chii Wen Lia

    The food r super nice. Service staffs r v helpful n friendly. Will definitely go there more often. …

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    Eric Siew

    Nice try out popiah dining place if one likes as come with condimenta selection

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    Cindy Tay

    Abit disappointed, not as what we expected compare to Glory Katong.

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    Qian Lin

    Good environment, good food

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    Amy Goh

    Mediocre popiah. The veg has a sour taste.

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    Ant Werp

    Very tasty

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    Thomas Ang

    Ordered takeaway for dinner,
    Their Standard has dropped big time.
    Popiah skin not fresh, yellowish n broken.
    Popiah veg unusually dark,
    looks like leftovers or the bottom portions,
    Bamboo shoots were chunky.
    First time in my life,
    I was told to pay extra
    when I asked for a small portion of pork lard.
    Dont think I will come back anytime soon.

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    Chin Tah Ang

    The titular, DIY popiah is superb, as are the other hokkien dishes they serve – kongba bao, hokkien mee (what some call the KL kind) and fried prawn dumplings were all authentic and very tasty. Rare to find restaurants that can execute well on hokkien dishes. The orh nee (not hokkien, I know) is also good. My parents swear by this place.

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    Pan Qinfen

    It’s a great restaurant, I’ve been to it many times. The food was delicious and the service was great. They are warm and friendly.

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    Jianxiong Xu

    Excellent food hidden in the hdb enclave near SGH. A little pricey though.

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    Terence T

    Great popiah

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    流浪的洛奇亚

    …………

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    wong caroline

    Enjoyable dinner

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    Jennifer Lee

    Ordered a popiah party box set (DIY) via grab delivery and was impressed with the packaging, which provides instructions on how to make your own diy popiah. Nice to have for your picnic.

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    Xinlin

    overrated, expensive but yummy

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    Waikong Chia

    Nice to recapture some nostalgia of wrapping our own pohpiah. Food was OK.

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    Gerald Ong

    Great honest tasting food with friendly staff.

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    Tony Tan

    Excellent dish for Do-it-yourself dining. They serve very good dark sauce Hokkien mee in claypot.

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    Steven Choon

    Pricey i should say. Should include 1 serving of shrimp which have to order separately. That few pieces of shrimp $7.50. So sad

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    Keith

    Really expensive for really average food. Popiah skin really thin, and costs $1/skin (what is it made off??). They are really stingy on quite a few details as well. Undersupplied toilet, overcharged toilettes… Would not return.

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    John Cal

    we patronize this restaurant since early 2000s, before the SARS. back then they were at Raffles place area (town area) , Taste were very good and authentic but in recent years , I think it’s the young generation that is manning the restaurant as Ah Gong is probably >100 years old! taste of the dishes change a lot and is not too good now . my recent order of home delivery : the popiah taste is about 7/10 of the original taste. all other dishes were ok but the Fish Maw Soup is a disappointment as it was totally a different strange taste, it tasted so Sweet my goodness and nothing resembled the fish maw soup that we used to have , I hope they don’t destroy Ah Gong’s reputation of Hokkien dishes..really sad as the young ones really do not know what is Good Taste, it seems.. but there are still good points: delivery service is prompt and good, food still warm in Vacuum pack if you order set meal ,price is also reasonable
    By the way, I heard they have orh nee ( yam paste ) in their menu, this is an authentic hokkien dish originated in Fuzhou, China you can look up the web 芋泥中国 if you are doubtful. in Singapore, a lot of hokkien dishes were mistakenly thought to be teochew…

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    Zech Lim

    Food is good, cozy place, good portion

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    Jeremy Tan

    Looks pretty old, but the taste is always hot and fresh. Authentic sg food and rivals many bigger restaurants easily

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    Terry Z

    Most Delicious popiah in Singapore, reasonable price. Must try.

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    Clayton Chua

    Fish Maw Soup and Jade Tofu were delicious! Would be quite an experience for those who enjoy hand making their own popiahs. Staff was really friendly and accommodating. Place was rather comfortable and quiet.

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    Elina Cheong

    Affordable and enjoy the food.

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    Nelson Goh

    Food ok ok only.

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    Lim Katherine

    DIY – can make your own Popiah. Chillis and KongBa Pao are good. They are stingy on few Popiah side dishes if you ask for second time. Restaurant is clean. Overall if you want to experience DIY and expensive overall.

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    Ron Khoo

    Other than the sotong and popiah, the rest of the dishes were subpar. In fact, 2 of the dishes were almost as bland as water. Prawns were not very fresh either.

    Edit: After we were done eating, we had to wait 30 minutes before dessert was served.

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    Normanton 23113 Ang

    A successful popiah store that became a restaurant

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    Eileen Neo (Sgsohotleh)

    A restaurant known for their popiah. You can order it for your catering event, party or etc. I remember they used to another outlet at Jalan Besar, now only left with this outlet at Bukit Merah.

    The popiah comes in 6/12 or 18. My recommendation is order 6 and 12 rather than 18 at one go, because it’s come in 2 sets, easier for the guests to make the popiah, rather than all wait for the 1 pot of filling (which is the main content in the popiah, consists of ban Kuan+veg+carrot) to make their own popiah. Find it strange because their popiah don’t come with the crispy bits. Is it supposed to have the crispy bits? The chilli for the popiah is also quite spicy, so don’t put too much if you just wanna try it.

    Ordered a few dishes but feel the popiah is still the best among all. The braised duck was $58, alittle pricey and abit not worth the money. We had a hard time trying to debone the meat from the duck. The herbal chicken has very strong herbs smell, maybe that’s why it’s called herbal chicken. It costs $55. Ordered the orh ni (yam dessert), I think this is definitely less sweet. Not sure if it’s diluted or just less sweet.

    Prawn balls and the crabmeat tofu were delicious! Especially after you top it with the sweet sauce the Ha Chor Gai (Prawn Paste chicken) it’s kids fav too.

    Quite sad because at 1130am they said the Hokkien Mee was sold out. That’s one of our fav dish too. Ended up we order mian xian.

    Restaurant is quite small, so make sure you make reservation. Just my two cents worth of suggestion, think it will be interactive and fun to have an instruction guide to share with people how to wrap their popiah, I.e. step 1 put the lettuce, then step 2… it gives the diners some knowledge + not everyone knows how to wrap popiah. For some fun and knowledge element. Maybe they can share they learnt how to wrap from Good Chance Popiah instruction manual.

    Meanwhile, for big table, 8 and above, I thought they can provide the table turner, or lazy Susan, so the guests can easily take their food. I find it quite a hassle to stand up and pass here and there for the food, and it may spill too.

    Definitely will be back for the popiah. Or to order it for events or party. But other dishes, I think the standard may have drop alittle.

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    Sherry

    Very generous portions even for size S spring rolls. Fried mee sua was good though a bit tasteless.

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    Calbye003

    Fried rice ain’t that bad!

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