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2013-05-17 8 views
Popiah. Apart from the stirred fried dishes, they also offer some deep fried stuff. The popiah was wrapped nicely and the fillings were quite thick. Although it was being put on top of the tray for quite a while, it was still very crispy, not too oily. The fillings of sengkuang and carrot was crunchy and with a little peppery taste to it. Overall, it was not too salty and not too sweet, just nice.