For a bit more local experience beyond Laksa and Hainan chicken, this DIY wrap is a very local food. I like strong flavor so added lots of garlic paste and chili. Locals like sweet food so syrup is a must. The radish stripes are a bit watery so needed to squeeze out the water before placed into wrap. Don’t put too much filings and keep the wrap dry.
First time trying this eatery and surprisingly , their self help popiah is quite good. Also we tried their Hokkien Noodle and Fried Vermicelli were also quite tasty. Small restaurant with a cost atmosphere.
Can try if you are near Bukit Metal.
Popiah is damn good, chilli is super spicy i like! Everyone must come and try at least once in their life!
We came here for their famous popiah and Hokkein mee. We prepared the popiah selecting the ingredients to our liking and I enjoyed it. The stir fried turnip filling was very delicious. We ordered additional Chinese sausage to be added into our popiah.
Additionally, we ordered the fried Hokkein mee. It was very delicious and flavorful. The noodle was al dante and not soggy
The service was very fast and the price was reasonable.
Laid back vibes with lots of photos of celebrities all over their walls. They offer an interesting, interactive dining experience.
We had lunch here and ordered a yam basket, prawn paste chicken and jade toufu. They were all good, except that they could have used chicken pieces instead of chicken wings for the prawn paste chicken. Simple, hearty, reasonably priced and homely. This one is a keeper.
Popiah is one of the traditional, family food in Singapore, created by the dialect group of Fujian (Hokkien), who migrated from Southern China decades ago.
Most popiah is sold in small hawker centre stalls all over Singapore. There are very few restaurants dedicated to this dish. Good Chance is the best!
Popiah is a meal that basically consists of various ingrediants and condiments wrapped into a popiah skin. The popiah skin is typically thinner than the other types of wraps. The ingrediants consist of chopped turnip, carrot, lettuce, beancurd etc....condiments include garlic paste, ground nuts, chilly sauce, sweet sauce, etc...... Some may include chopped pork or Chinese sausage.
The dish is vegetarian friendly. The best part is we get to DIY the filling of ingrediants, conditions and do the wrap ourselves. The restaurant is comfortably air-coned and moderately crowded.
Depending on your appetite, a whole meal can consist of just popiah wraps, or you can order additional meat and vegetable dishes......their braised pork is also great!
Decided to try their “new” outlet at Jalan Berseh (we usually frequent the Tanah Merah orig shop). On entering, the immediate difference was the spaciousness you get between tables and no “pressure” to finish your food quickly as there’s the next family waiting for your table. The pohpiah taste is still great!! The prawn meat roll is slightly different but still good (I like it more crispy). The Har Cheong chicken wings was a disappointment for me as I like more belacan tastes in the marinate. The stir fry tapioca leave in sambal belacan is good. The friend Mee suah was yummy!
Put hosts took us here at the end of a long day for a friendly business dinner. Found a very relaxing environment with a great variety of options. The was my first time eating Popiah and I loved it. Would highly recommend it.
My family and I headed down to Good Chance Popiah restaurant in New World Centre, Jalan Berseh over last weekend to try out their DIY Popiah. Restaurant Place was conducive and the food was served promptly after the order was placed. We had a medium popiah set which offer 12 pcs of the popiah wraps ( see pic ). We also tried out some of the dishes on the menu .. which included Pig Trotters Bee Hoon, Prawn Rolls, Prawn Paste Chicken, Yam Ring, Cereal Prawns, Salted Egg Fish skins and Fried Mee Sua. All the ordered dishes were deliciously prepared. Overall, the experience was great. Wrapping a good popiah required practice. Will return to try my hands again on rolling a good tasty popiah .., 😋😊
Had tried this many years back when they are at old location.
This time back to the jln berseh location with colleagues. Ordered a 12 pc portion. The main portion - turnip, carrot etc was enough for making 12 pieces which happily fed 4 of us at 3 pieces each. We all agreed anything more than 3 pieces we would not have enjoyed as we getting quite full. We ordered a claypot tou fu to add on and was quite nice.
We enjoyed the meal and price was quite reasonable.
Being hot and humid is standard in Singapore. I love the local food but drenching in sweat doesn’t feel too pleasant to enjoy the food (no matter how good it is).
In search of a good Popiah place, this is a great one for Popiah lovers recommended by a local friend.
You make the popiah yourself. I love the fact that you can put the stuffs you like in your own Popiah. In addition, if you like the crunch peanuts, you can load it up into your making too. Isn’t that awesome?
Be careful of the chili sauce as it’s very potent even for locals!
I also tried the Or-Ni (yam dessert). It’s not too oily, and not loaded with lard. Texture was smooth with ginkgo nuts in it. But coconut sauce is a little diluted and lacks fragrance. They probably used the can version as opposed to fresh-squeezed version. I was told that most people don’t do it the “hard way” these days, but Singapore being a food heaven, I’m sure if they make it the traditional way, they could create a better reputation for themselves.
Environment is clean and aircon is powerful enough. Seating is limited and they don’t take reservation. So make sure you go early to grab a place.
Definitely a restaurant I would recommend and return for good Popiah.
First time visit with friends for dinner. The popiah is the signature dish and their pork leg fried beehoon is also one of the "must eat" dish. It's decently good, with very home-cook local style. We also tried 扣肉包，salted egg prawn - which are highly recommended. Service is good, staffs are friendly. Good to make reservation if you want to come on the weekend.
It a nice place to meet up with friends to caught up while wrapping the Popiah, we ordered the 12pcs- $37.80 Signature Diy Popiah, average out 1pc about $3.15. It come with the fillings- turnips and carrots in claypot, the condiments- sweet sauce, garlic soil, chilli, lettuce, bean sprouts, shredded omelette and chopped peanuts all in very small portion.
The shop shut down the air-con after 9pm on weekday, give a very bad impression to customer as they are chasing the customer away...
Went back so many times and quality of food is always exciting.
Service is always not existing, but also not necessary unless the concept will become more ambitious.
Ambiance is very basic. Besides seeing the owner with all the celebrities on the displayed photos, never managed to see the owner myself. Hope it works out soon...
Nevertheless a great option to have a great meal and definitely will come back...
Been here two nights in a row. Love making my own popiah & introducing some new colleagues to this Singaporean traditional dish.
Also ate the ngoh hiang which is very moist & filling. Tonight also tried the fried chicken with prawn paste which went down a treat with the colleagues.
If you're in the area do stop by for a tasty meal.
Was recommended to try out after my sis read about it on a food blog. Located along Jalan Bersa road nearby the Jalan Bersa food center. This restaurant is plastered with celebrities photos on their glass windows. Service was indeed slow when they dish out the food one by one. Their so called famous popiah does not taste very local bit overall just average. Fried rice was mediocre and so was the chicken wings. I got to agree with other trip advisors reviews that it just average. However, for those foodies who do not like a "heavy" taste. This is your place.
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