For 43 Years, Customers DIY Their Popiah At This Hokkien Restaurant
Founded by Mr Hou Shen Hu in 1977, Good Chance Popiah has been well-known for getting their customers to wrap their own popiah, the Hokkien version of the spring roll. Besides their DIY popiah, the Hokkien restaurant is also famous for serving up traditional dishes that are difficult to find elsewhere – such as threadfin head and yam soup, yam and pumpkin buns with braised pork belly (kong ba bao), yam ring, and pork trotters’ vermicelli.
Now with the fourth generation owner at the helm, Mr Boon Kai Chun or better known as ‘Ah Boy’ makes sure that the restaurant still keeps to traditional way of cooking to preserve the Hokkien heritage.
📍Good Chance Popiah Eating House Silat Ave, #01-58, Block 149 Singapore 160149 Tue – Sun | 11am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 9:30pm Contact: 6271 0698
📍Good Chance Restaurant 1 Jln Berseh, #01-15 New World Centre Singapore 209037 Opens every day | 11am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 9:30pm Contact: 3157 2232