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Relish in a breakfast for champions at Sinpopo Brand Katong

Sinpopo Brand injects a breath of fresh air into the homely tastes of local and Peranakan fare.

13/5/2021 12:14:00 PM

Sinpopo Brand injects a breath of fresh air into the homely tastes of local and Peranakan fare.

I insist that nasi lemak is the Singaporean ‘Breakfast of Champions’. My default mental image of it would be a plate of fragrant rice permeated with coconut milk and pandan, adorned with a crispy fried chicken , savoury ikan bilis, and peanuts. Of course, complete with a mound of sambal for that fiery kick. So, imagine […] The post Relish in a breakfast for champions at Sinpopo Brand Katong appeared first on

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