Toa Payoh Lucky Pisang Raja: Curry Puff

Other than Pisang Goreng, colleague also bought us Curry Puff from the same stall.

Sorry did not take the photo of how it looks inside, sometimes we just don’t think about taking photos when our tummies are hungry and food suddenly appears on our tables ๐Ÿ™‚

But, for curry puffs we actually prefer old chang kee’s ๐Ÿ™‚

12 thoughts on “Toa Payoh Lucky Pisang Raja: Curry Puff”

  • My colleague just bought a box of Curry Puffs for us! I am eating while typing this ๐Ÿ™‚

    Yeah, currently eating the one from Old Chang Kee, this one has eggs inside ๐Ÿ™‚ Compared to the Toa Payoh’s.

  • Oh of course I remember Chickadees! They used to be so soft, I didn’t have to chew them, just crush them against the roof of my mouth, haha! Something like Kaka but that seems to have disappeared ages ago, hor? Wah, when I go back in May, must try all the new flavours of Twisties, man!!

  • Twisties (Chicken Flavor and Cheese Flavor) are my favs! Kaka is my pri school tidbit…with toy inside. Chickadee came bac but I think lost the original taste…found it more salty, but still as soft to crush against the roof;p Keropok man, you must stay true to “hei pong” lah…how can drop other things and eat curry pok? Ay, I forgot curry pok also got a “pok” hor ? LOL!
    Old Chang Kee crust(crumbly -type) goes well with egg; vs the other type of crust(eg Polar -the flaky type) that usually don’t have egg ? Is that true ?

  • hi Keropokman, cool blog. Love your pix ๐Ÿ™‚

    mmm I used to love Old Chang Kee, but cannot make it already lah, standard drop. haha. Tip Top curry puff at Ang Mo Kio Central (near Jubilee) is my current fave.

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