Good Chance Popiah (Silat Avenue)

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Good Chance Popiah is a 30 years, 3 generations family-run eatery founded by Mr Hor, that specialized in Hokkien Popiah made up of a variety of healthy ingredients wrapped in spring roll skin.

149 Silat Avenue
Singapore 160149

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11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm


11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

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Wrap your own popiah at this old school hokkien restaurant. They give you the ingredients and you wrap your popiah the way you want it!


The salted egg sauce had just enough salted egg taste and the combination with the battered and fried prawn was very good! The prawns were plump and juicy enough 😋


Made our own popiahs. Their turnip mixture is a little different w bamboo shoots, carrot, cabbage, long beans, dried shrimp..😋 And that chilli they have really give a very good kick, leaving your lips numb but very shiok! #goodchancepopiah #popiah #burpple #hokkien


Popiah is the no.1 local food that I really adore, so when I finally got a chance to visit good chance boy was I excited. Thankfully my expectations were met. The Popiah here has one of the most well simmered radish fillings I've had in Singapore. This could be due to the abundant dried shrimp added to enhance the flavor. Another key element would be the Popiah skin and kick ass chilli & sweet sauce spread that made a perfect marriage.
Moving on we had an order of the salted egg yolk crayfish &Kong Ba pau. The former was worth a try with the tasty salted egg yolk sauce, the fact that the plate was wiped clean w/o a drip left is testament. However the latter was disappointing especially after learning that the pork belly is fried before being braised. We were wondering why the meat was not juicy and particularly tough... I guess we found out why..


The last time I had this was way more than 10 years ago which they shifted location and I totally forgot about it's name so I couldn't locate it. Thanks to Google, I finally found my way back here!

It was my first time eating hae zhor with coleslaw. The hae zhor was too soft to my liking but it tasted quite nice when it was hot. It was not very good when it turned cold (the restaurant is air-conditioned); it was not crispy anymore and the insides were mushy. Have to eat it hot when served!