5 curry puffs in Singapore that will make you makan more than one

Curry puffs can be found everywhere in Singapore. From humble, homemade ones freshly made by hawkers everyday to those produced in a large central kitchen for bakery chains. Like with any other Singaporean dish, there is an intense debate with every mention of the term ‘curry puff’. These are just some of the best ones in Singapore. Although they may not beat your childhood favourite, give them a try anyway.

AMK Curry Puff
If you love homemade curry puffs and scorn the machine-made stuff, AMK Curry Puff would be the best place to head to the next time you’re craving the spicy pastry. The puffs are freshly made when you order them and they taste good even at room temperature so throw away your worries about oil-clogged pastry and mushy potatoes and chicken.
Address: 722 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 #01-2843, 560722

Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff
There are two different types of curry puffs served in Singapore. One uses a flaky pastry and the other, a shortcrust one. If this is foreign to you, just think 1A for the former and Old Chang Kee for the latter. Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff serves the flaky version and packs their puffs with a generous amount of filling to boot. Being conveniently located at Maxwell Food Centre also means that you can pick up a few after lunch before heading back to work.
Address: #01-06, Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur Street, 069184

Epok Epok Central
If you’re just looking for a quick snack or happen to be a on a diet, Epok Epok Central’s smaller curry puffs will be right up your alley. But just because they’re smaller doesn’t mean that they lack flavour. The pastry is crisp while the filling will have you buying more than you originally intended to. Do buy them early though, the stall closes at 7pm on weekdays and 4pm on weekends.
Address: Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre, 4A Eunos Crescent, 402004

J2 Curry Puff
At just $1 per puff, J2 Curry Puff probably has the cheapest curry puffs in Singapore. The stall’s curry puffs are more forgiving to younger ones or to people who can’t take the heat. The stall also has other variations such as yam, sardine and black pepper chicken. Buy a few and you’ll be sure your family members or co-workers will snap them up before the day is over.
Address: #01-21, Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, 069111

Old Chang Kee
Whenever Old Chang Kee is mentioned, the first thing that comes to your head is probably their curry puffs. The snack chain is probably the most convenient place to satisfy your craving, with multiple outlets islandwide. They serve a variety of snacks too, from fishballs to chicken wings, great for a party or an impromptu gathering.
Address: Many outlets in Singapore

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