Sisters Crispy Popiah

I've always tried Sisters Crispy Popiah whenever I have the chance. Recently I was at Sunway pyramid, and was hungry for some light snack. First off, I did not know they had a branch here, as I normally frequent their stall in Midvalley Megamall. Imagine my delight when I saw they have a branch here as well.

Sisters Crispy Popiah
Popiah!

Don't be fooled by the size of their stall, because one bite from Sisters Crispy Popiah, and you would wish you've order like 10 more rolls. Okay, I may be exaggerating, but seriously it's that good. I can't exactly explain the feeling, but I think what brings out the taste of their popiah is the ingredients used such as the crispy "stuff", and the sauce used. It wasn't too dry, and not too wet either. With the option of adding chili, or without, you're able to vary the taste too.

Sisters Crispy Popiah
Their modest stall in Sunway Pyramid
Sisters Crispy Popiah
Fresh Ingredients

A quick check online actually brought me to their website. (http://www.sisterscrispypopiah.com.my). I also found out Sisters Crispy Popiah not only have 2 branches in Sunway and Midvalley, but they have a total of 9 branches nationwide. How cool is that? Now it's easier for me to grab a munch when I'm itching for a small snack.

Sisters Crispy Popiah
Crispy Popiah! RM 3 per roll, RM 5.50 for 2 rolls
Sisters Crispy Popiah
Check out the yummy fillings!

So if you haven't tried their offerings yet, do check them out. I'm pretty sure the crispy popiahs will satisfy your craving for the moment!

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18 comments :

  1. hungry!! popiah craving now haha

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  2. wow, veri big popiah..

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  3. Although Popiah originate from Melaka (the peranakan) I think Kl still offers the best popiah.

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  4. tahan tahan... tomolo go midvalley buy..

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  5. yummy! I am a popiah lover....

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  6. Allison: LOL, I have that craving everyday. :P


    Nal: Actually its not very big, the angle of picture made it look big :)


    YY: I wouldn't say the best, cause its really relative. But there are some good popiahs around. In fact if you ask me, my mum makes the BEST popiah ever, with lots of fillings, no expense spared. LOL


    Nikel: Wahaha, your place is very near midvalley?


    Qi Wen: Next time belanja you makan if got chance! Haha. Thanks so much for dropping by my blog.


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  7. Nice. I've tried the Mid Valley one...but not as nice as some places in Kuching...or my own homemade ones. Yum! Yum! Come over to Sibu...I make! LOL!!! MATTA Fair now - go book cheap or zero fare to fly over to Sibu one weekend.

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  8. wow!! looks crispy!! i wanna try dat! oh at Sunway Pyramid?? nice!!

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  9. Do they have home delivery haha..love popiah will take a bite next time when Bananaz is around that place. tQ.

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  10. Hmm....isn't Popiah's skin should be soft? :p

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  11. Anyway they do look good to me. :)

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  12. rather expensive. I still like the Popiah found in Chow Yang pasar malam. Very tasty. RM1-80 per roll. The lady even add a lot of chicken floss

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  13. yummie yummmmiiiiiiiiiiiiie! :)

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  14. STP: Ohhh. I was at Matta fair, no nice deals also. :( This one is rather expensive actually, but I guess KL prices.. sigh.


    Caroline: Try it when you're here tomorrow!! Hehehe.


    Bananaz: Not sure if they have or not. Wahaha. But its quite nice la! :P


    Norasiah: You can have it!


    Tekkaus: Heheh, depends on what type of popiah. But the skin here is not really that hard. It's just a bit dry. The insides is soft and moist. Yummy.


    Small Kucing: Ohhh. Maybe I should try there then! XD Yup, its rather expensive because I think they have to pay the overhead charges for a spot in shopping malls.


    Flys: LOL. Yummieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee too!!!


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  15. STP: Ohhh. I was at Matta fair, no nice deals also. :( This one is rather expensive actually, but I guess KL prices.. sigh.


    Caroline: Try it when you're here tomorrow!! Hehehe.


    Bananaz: Not sure if they have or not. Wahaha. But its quite nice la! :P


    Norasiah: You can have it!


    Tekkaus: Heheh, depends on what type of popiah. But the skin here is not really that hard. It's just a bit dry. The insides is soft and moist. Yummy.


    Small Kucing: Ohhh. Maybe I should try there then! XD Yup, its rather expensive because I think they have to pay the overhead charges for a spot in shopping malls.


    Flys: LOL. Yummieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee too!!!


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  16. tahan tahan... tomolo go midvalley buy..

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  17. Nice. I've tried the Mid Valley one...but not as nice as some places in Kuching...or my own homemade ones. Yum! Yum! Come over to Sibu...I make! LOL!!! MATTA Fair now - go book cheap or zero fare to fly over to Sibu one weekend.

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