What caught my attention is this man making curry puff on the spot in the stall. This can only means one thing, the food is fresh and not factory (machined made). I have stop wasting my money and calories on Old Chang Kee curry puff as the price has increased, but standard of the curry puff has dropped. Besides I know its made somewhere is kept frozen till its sent to its outlets. sadly, this is becoming a supply chain solution for all our food today.
Look at how fat the curry puff is. The curry puff is warm, it has just been fried and is freshly made! The crust is crispy and thin. Inside, there is a small piece of hard boiled egg and a mixture of curry, potato and chicken. Not too bad a curry puff, I would still eat it if i pass my this place. However, it lose to the likes of Tip Top Curry Puff and Epok Epok.
Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff
Maxwell Road #01-06 Maxwell Food Centre