Qiji @ Century Square

I bought the my father’s favourite Qiji Popiah today after work. I must confess that I was not a popiah lover. BUT after tasting this heavenly blend of vegetables, sweet sauce and thin moist popiah skin, I am now a Qiji Popiah convert through and through! An almost translucent homemade popiah skin, laced with sweet sauce and chilli, lovingly envelopes the small pieces turnip, bean sprouts, lettuce, parsley, crispy bits, eggs and garlic! Taking a slice of the popiah using your chopsticks and putting it into you mouth, you will experience a symphony of tastes, from the crispyness of the turnip and beansprouts, to the soft tenderness of the lettuce and eggs, from the spiciness of the chilli and the sweetness of the sweet sauce. A whole slice is just enough to fill your mouth with the utmost pleasures as you savour the Qiji Popiah. Though a self-confessed omnivore through and through, eating this purely vegetarian dish (not including the eggs!) is enough to make me not miss the taste of meat (well except maybe Komalas but that is another future post!)! A definite must try for all, Popiah or Non-Popiah lovers out there.

I am definitely going to try the other dishes there like the Nasi Lemak or the Laksa. Anyone wishes to join me?

Qiji Pte Ltd
2 Tampines Central 5
#01-36B Century Square Shopping Centre
Singapore 529509

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7 Responses to Qiji @ Century Square

  1. ~fatma says:

    ME! i was just craving for their laksa and popiah last night..

  2. Libertas says:

    We should go for dinner there one day after Hui chuan and I finish work! Maybe next week! I feel like trying the Laksa!

  3. ~fatma says:

    i went today and it’s under renovation *wails*
    :*(

  4. Libertas says:

    Don’t worry there are more outlets. Check out the websites! Heeheehee…

  5. Libertas says:

    Bt the way, I just tried the chicken Popiah from Qiji. Its actually quite interesting because the chicken bits are fried and very crispy. A very subtle variation from the normal one.

  6. ~fatma says:

    yes i know that but…i was from bugis and could have bought it there but didn’t, thinking i could get it at century square instead. so no popiah in the end! :*(

  7. Azhar Putra says:

    I realy Love the Laksa cookles and the nasi lemak,but the outlet at the marina square,the worker over there so damn attitude..

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