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    Where can you find your favourite curry puff? My mum just discovered a great stall called 1A at S11 Cuppage Terrace..they have all kinds of 'shell' curry puffs like chilli crab, otak and so on. The otak one is fabulous! I love the flaky kind - like the ones at Polar Cafe. Old chang kee is ok when i need a quick fix. :D
    Last edited by stardust; 21-03-2005, 08:47 PM.

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    Tip Top curry puffs are DA BOMB!!!

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    • #3
      where's tiptop?

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      • #4
        somewhere in AMK. sorry, don't know exact location.

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        • #5
          I used to love Old Chang Kee, but in recent years ever since they started popping up everywhere they don't taste as good anymore. Nowadays I prefer home made ones.

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          • #6
            I favour Old Chang Kee in the past, but nowadays they increase the price every year : $1 compared to $0.70 years back. And also it's getting oilier.

            My fav is A1 curry puffs. ( hope i did not remember the name wrongly). It's simply delicious, especially the flaky pastry and the fillings is good. Eat it while hot and that's I know Eunos area have it. There's one counter at Takashimaya foodcourt too! $1 each, but worth more that Old Chang Kee.

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            • #7
              Jess: i think we're talking about the same one! Is it 1A or A1! Suddenly forgot..its flaky with many varieties right? There's one at cuppage S11 now!

              I find Old Chang Kee a bit 'doughy' for my liking sometimes..

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              • #8


                me also like 1A's. Always cart 1 box back to treat my colleagues when i lunch at Eunos.

                Tiptop is located next to Jubilee Cinema complex? The kopitiam has buffet steamboat too. correct b.oh?

                The other 2 i ever tried are at Marine Parade Central Market, East Coast Hawker Centre.
                Last edited by vernis; 21-03-2005, 09:42 PM.

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                • #9
                  There is this coffeeshop near peya lebar MRT station (near the construction area of the circle line), the curry puffs there are crispy, flaky and not too oily, YUM

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                  • #10
                    second Tip Top

                    I have tried A1 at taka basement, I only like the flaky crust but not the fillings.

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                    • #11
                      I love Hong Lim market's. (forgot the name of the store )

                      The filling is moist and yummy while the crust is crispy. Even a 30 min bus ride home could not destroy the crispness of the puff. Droolz~

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                      • #12
                        All this talk about curry puffs is making me crave for some.

                        Note to self: Go buy ingredients for curry puffs at the supermart tomorrow.

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                        • #13
                          A1 curry puffs! the one at taka! haha..but i still like the traditional ones made by malays..

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                          • #14
                            U can make currypuffs?!? U are a good wife-to-be!!!

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                            • #15
                              1A!!!!

                              i'm a BIG fan of curry puffs. Having 1A/A1 at taka food court is a god sent to me. Where else can u find something to fill your hungry pang with $1 on orchard road? My fave's is sardines, tried otak one too and it's pretty good too.

                              The Eunos outlet, the filling is more generous.

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