Popiah is popular local snack made up of a thin, paper-like crepe wrapper that is filled with braised, julienned vegetables as well as other toppings such as boiled eggs, prawns and crisps followed by a dash of garnishing. It is not difficult to find popiah around Singapore—be it coffee shops or eateries, you wouldn’t face many troubles when it comes to satisfying any popiah cravings.
But while we enjoy enjoying these snacks at our favourite stalls, Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House offers diners a popiah experience unlike any other. Get hands-on with the preparation of your popiah at Blue Lotus’ DIY Popiah Buffet—and by hands-on, we don’t mean the grab-a-pair-of-tongs-and-grill-your-food type of activity, we mean that you get to get your hands dirty and roll up your very own popiah!
Be prepared to be wowed by the offerings of Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House’s popiah buffet. The crepe skins and julienned vegetables are served piping hot in a dim sum basket and a claypot respectively, while the other toppings are neatly organised separately.
Choose what goes into your very own popiah and have it free-flow. Some toppings include hard-boiled eggs, prawns, Taiwanese sausages and bean sprouts—we suggest that you add some of their fiery chilli into your popiah if you love potent flavours.
Trust us when we say that you’d have fun assembling these goodies up by yourselves—it really isn’t as simple as it seems!
Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House offers a Popiah Buffet at S$18++ on weekends, although this varies in accordance with different outlets.
The popiah buffet is available at Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House (Quayside Isle) and Blue Lotus Chinese Grill House @ Stevens Road on Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am – 3pm, while Blue Lotus Chinese Grill House @ Tanjong Pagar only offers it on Saturdays.
Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House
31 Ocean Way
#01-13 Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove
Tel: +65 6339 0880
Mon to Fri: 6pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 11.30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm
(*Blue Lotus has 2 other outlets—Stevens Road and Tanjong Pagar)