Popiah is generally a healthy dish, but Old Long House takes it a step further. They commit to a no MSG, preservatives, or artificial coloring Popiah recipe. They don’t use any seafood, pork, or lard, either. Their turnip filling is juicy and saucy, but there are still those little bits that make the spring roll dry and crispy. At SGD1.50 (USD1.13), your budget will be as fit as you are when dining here. Old Long House is proving to have unlocked the secret to a long life as it has been open since 1930.
Sometimes, the best breakfast is the simplest, like a Kaya Toast with Kopi Gu You (Bulletproof Coffee) at Heap Seng Leong. The old traditional Singaporean breakfast of coffee with milk, sugar, and butter paired with fluffy toast is more than enough to wake you up on most days.
Next time you order the signature Nasi Lemak at The Coconut Club, get it with a side of their Otah. Their recipe is slightly spicier than usual, which adds a nice kick to accompany their Coconut Rice. Try to come in earlier since their handmade Otahs are made daily and typically sells out by lunchtime.