My family practically grew up patronising this restaurant since I was a kid which has been managed and span across 3 generations of the family to date. As the title suggest, the restaurant serves authentic hokkien cuisine and has kept the original dishes it began with even though new dishes are added onto the menu from time to time. The location of the eatery might have changed over the years, but the taste and standards of the food has maintained the same.
Some of its well-know authentic hokkien dishes are popiah, hokkien noodles and prawn roll with sweet sauce dipping. As the name of the restaurant suggest, It is famous for its popiah whereby diners make and roll them with the a combination of ingredients provided. A healthy dish with lots of greens. On top of that, it is one of the very few restaurants that still offers that on their menu. Other delights include prawn paste chicken, deep fried tofu, homemade otah otah, fish with yam soup as well as crayfish dishes, However, I do feel that some of the seafood dishes such as the crayfish are overpriced, and maybe worth a miss.
The restaurant is situated under a flat in a mature residential area of Singapore and is popular among older Singaporeans. Atmosphere wise, it is decorated with traditional chinese decorations with photos of local and overseas celebrities patronising the eatery as well as newspaper clippings of the restaurant's coverage in print and visual media.
Recommended to young locals as well as foreigners that would like to try a spread of authentic Singaporean Hokkien Cuisine!
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