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Pork Lard Popiah @ Jalan Bunga Raya

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Jalan Bunga Raya, 75200 Melaka.

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  • 2.0Environment
  • 3.7Value for money

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  • Spending per person: RM 4.00
    Food:
    4
    Environment:
    1
    Value for money:
    3
    This famous stall at Jalan Bunga Raya always has a long queue in front of the stall, be prepared to wait for about half an hour to get your popiah. The popiah is bigger than the normal ones, there are big chunks of pork lard inside the popiah that makes it so special. It's not healthy but i just love it!
    Like(0) Report 2015-05-28 21:57:14
  • Spending per person: RM 3.00
    Food:
    4
    Environment:
    2
    Value for money:
    4
    I would say each popiah is filled with generous combination of eggs, bean sprouts, turnips, bean curds, peanuts, pork lards and dressed with sweet and chili sauce. The crispy and fragrant pork lard used definitely played the major role in making the popiah so special. Overall, it tasted okay except for the sweetness but I still like it. But it's worth the price and waiting for if you haven't try it.
    Like(0) Report 2013-11-28 08:59:16
  • Spending per person: RM 3.00
    Food:
    4
    Environment:
    3
    Value for money:
    4
    There is a numbering queue system in place and we had to wait about 20 minutes for our popiah. No doubt this popiah stall is evidently popular with the tourists and locals as we observed the long queues braving the hot humid Melaka weather. Each popiah is filled with generous combination of eggs, bean sprouts, turnips, bean curds, peanuts, pork lards and dressed with sweet and chili sauce. The crispy and fragrant pork lard used definitely played a big role in making this popiah special.
    Like(0) Report 2013-11-08 21:15:38

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