The gathering round the family table to roll popiah is an old tradition. Rolling popiah with your own hands is a sensory experience that can evoke emotion, creativity and joy. It encourages sharing and can foster family togetherness. In Singapore today, we don’t even have to do the painstaking work of preparing the many ingredients for popiah anymore. There are many good options for popiah delivery and Do It Yourself popiah party. Maybe now is a good time to order a DIY popiah package and gather the family to roll popiahs and regale each other with stories of the good old days.
We share our list of places that offer popiah delivery or where you can go to for ready made popiah or DIY popiah package to takeaway.
Ann Chin Popiah
Ann Chin Popiah was founded in 1958 and has a Michelin Plate designation. They made their own thin and light popiah skins. The original stall in Chinatown is one of the most popular places for popiah in Singapore. Read our post Chinatown Complex Popiah & Chwee Kueh.
Popiah DIY Party Set (18 Rolls) – $35
Bao Bao Popiah
Bao Yu helped out in his father’s stall (Old Long House Popiah) and had humble beginning at a stall in Clifford Pier. Clifford Pier food centre is long gone but Bao Bao Popiah has a loyal following and continues to serve up authentic traditional crispy popiah.
Popiah Party Set (30 Rolls) – $58
Fortune Food’s popiah is sold all over Singapore. Many of its stalls in food centres simply have the sign “Homemade Springroll . Springroll Skin”. Their popiah uses fresh key ingredients and does not have preservatives. Read our post These snacks in Old Airport Road may be good for healt.
Popiah Set 薄饼套餐 (15 Rolls) – $30
Good Chance Popiah
The recipe of the traditional Hokkien popiah of Good Chance Popiah Eating House had been passed down over a couple of generations. It is a name that will pop up whenever DIY popiah restaurant is discussed. Read our post Good Chance Popiah Eating House in Silat Avenue.
Signature DIY Popiah (Large, 18 Rolls) – $53.80
Hawkerman offers heritage hawker fare in a contemporary casual dining setting. It has a variety of popiah on its menu, including popiah based on Good Chance recipe. See our post The Hawkerman at SingPost Centre.
Ah Boy Hokkien Popiah – $3.90 per roll
Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Original Popiah
Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Original Popiah, sometimes just referred to us Joo Chiat Popiah, is one of the most popular sources of handmade popiah skins in Singapore. It sells a range of popiah condiments, including fresh chilli paste, and has DIY Standard Popiah Sets and DIY Vegetarian Popiah Sets.
DIY Standard Set (20 Rolls) – $65
Qiji’s popiah is one of the most popular items in the many Qiji stalls all over Singapore. They also do catering and offer Do-It-Yourself Popiah Party.
DIY Popiah Party – $5.60 per pax
Min order 10pax is required
Po Restaurant at Warehouse Hotel is a hip restaurant specialising in “refined Singapore classics”. One of the main attractions on its menu is the popiah platter, which includes fresh handmade wheat skins, the stewed pork and vegetable filling and crispy flatfish. Read our post Po Restaurant Singapore – my $10 DIY popiah at Warehouse Hotel.
Prawn Popiah Platter (6 Rolls) – $63
Spring Court Restaurant traces its history back to 1929. You would expect the traditional popiah it serves to be authentic and good, and it is. Read our post Spring Court Restaurant – best popiah in Singapore?
詠春园传统薄饼 Spring Court Traditional Popiah – $8.20 per roll
While the founders of Fortune Food made their name operating hawker stalls, the younger generation of the family makes popiah, in both traditional and exciting fusion flavours, hip and trendy. Souperstar may be a contemporary offshoot of Fortune but there is compromising on quality and taste; and prices remain affordable. Read our post Souperstar : Fortune Favours the Brave
Popiah (12 Rolls) – $38.60
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