A Gan Guo Kui (Plaza Singapura) | Burpple - 3 Reviews - Dhoby Ghaut, Singapore

68 Orchard Road
#B2-44 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Recently chanced upon this Chinese flatbread store at Plaza Singapura & was really surprised by the taste & flavour from it!

A Gan Guo Kui ้˜ฟ็”˜้”…, originates from Hubei, China and uses the traditional method of baking through a charcoal heated clay oven, which kinda looks like a tandoori oven, till itโ€™s golden brown & crispy!

We tried the Spicy Beef ้ฆ™่พฃ็‰›้”…็›” ($3.30) which suggested by the cashier & boy was that a good choice! The flat bread was fresh out of the oven when we ordered it, and came golden brown with slightly charred rims.

It was not only aromatic but tasted equally great as well! The spicy beef option comes with shredded pieces of beef, which is kneaded into the dough before being baked. Would definitely head back to try the other flavours when I can! Itโ€™s a perfect snack, or meal even if youโ€™re not hungry!

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A Gan Guo Kui ้˜ฟ็”˜้”…็›” (@aganguokui), originates from Hubei, China and uses the traditional method of baking through a charcoal heated clay oven, which kinda looks like a tandoori oven, till itโ€™s golden brown & crispy!
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We tried the Spicy Beef ้ฆ™่พฃ็‰›้”…็›” ($3.30) which suggested by the cashier & boy was that a good choice! The flat bread was fresh out of the oven when we ordered it, and came golden brown with slightly charred rims.
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It was not only aromatic but tasted equally great as well! The spicy beef option comes with shredded pieces of beef, which is kneaded into the dough before being baked. Would definitely head back to try the other flavours when I can! Itโ€™s a perfect snack, or meal even if youโ€™re not hungry!
#aroundwithamd #burpple #aganguokui

I was pleasantly surprised to see another Chinese food appear in Singapore. People who know me know I loved my time in China and Chinese cuisine. The guo kui is a huge crispy pancake that's as synonymous with the country as anything. I wasn't especially satisfied with this though. It's not crispy enough to be an addictive snack and it's not substantial enough to be a filling snack. It's big but thin, so don't expect much.

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