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Fri - Wed: 11:00 - 20:00

$5 based on 4 reviews
At Tanglin Halt Food Centre, Guan Ruying, is serving Argentinian snacks instead of her local Singaporean snacks. Having taken lessons from local chefs while holidaying in Argentina, she returned to Singapore with the intention of introducing South American cuisine to the heartlands. See what foodies like this place for
Mule Forsaken • 08 May 20124 reviews 0 followers

I have not had anything here apart from the empanadas, but I have pretty much tried them all and would like to say that they are excellent (although some better than others)!
 
While the empanadas are not exactly the sort you would find in South America, they are rather different look-wise and taste-wise from their Msian/Spore equivalent -- the curry puff. As they are baked, I would imagine that they are also different calorie-wise.
 
These tiny pastries do...

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Mule Forsaken • 08 May 20124 reviews 0 followers

I have not had anything here apart from the empanadas, but I have pretty much tried them all and would like to say that they are excellent (although some better than others)!
 
While the empanadas are not exactly the sort you would find in South America, they are rather different look-wise and taste-wise from their Msian/Spore equivalent -- the curry puff. As they are baked, I would imagine that they are also different calorie-wise.
 
These tiny pastries do...

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Daniel_Ang • 03 May 201233 reviews 1 followers

Must tries: Beef empanada, oyster popiah 
At Tanglin Halt Food Centre, Guan Ruying, is serving Argentinian snacks instead of her local Singaporean snacks. Having taken lessons from local chefs while holidaying in Argentina, she returned to Singapore with the intention of introducing South American cuisine to the heartlands.
Like most of the stalls at the food market, Guan’s is simple – she has a fridge and a display in the front. It takes a second look to realise she’s peddling...

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Andre Lee 244 • 19 Apr 20122 reviews 0 followers

I think that the food here is tasty. A food which comes from Argentina is pretty rare in Singapore, i recommend hungrygoers to try it if you're curious about latin/western food. In fact some ingredients are bought in from Argentina, somewhere far awayyyyyyyyyy.

I recommend to try beef, chicken and humita empanadas. They are my favourite.

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