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Richie's Crispy Puff (Jurong East) (琍记)

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Richie's Curry Puff at Jurong East operates for 24 hours and offers a wide range of of crispy puffs and snacks. Pick your flavours that range from chicken curry, lemon tuna, chicken cheese, mutton and even durian. Richie's Crispy Puff also provides catering services for parties, seminars and events.

Daily: 24 Hours

+65 63455225
+65 90091712
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24 Hours Puff!

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Richie's Cripsy Puff which is located in Jurong East operates around the clock. Yes! 24 hrs and I'm not kidding. They offer an interesting spread of variety ranging from the traditional chicken curry puff to durian.

Their puff comes in a standard size different from the typical ones (half an oval shape), like those from Old Chang Kee. The crust was fried to perfection brown and was very crispy. Sold for $2.40 for 2, customer can feel free to match any 2 flavours at the pricing. The selling point of Richie's puff is its delicate handmade craftwork on each and every puff. With such method, they have more control over the quality, thus its crispiness is of a different levels unlike the others.

The fillings comprised of egg, noticeable chicken chunks, mixed well in the fragrant curry flavou. The curry was a little big mild for me, for those who do not like too much spice, this may fit the bill.


Muslims pal out there, no worries, this stall is Halal Certified. What's more this is a good place to look out for snack when hunger pangs in the middle of the night where most eateries are already closed for the day. Perfect for Morning shifts or night shifts workers too!

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  • Must try their Ping Pong Fishball also. It is freshly handmade and the texture is firm and springy a1 vote
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• 18 Nov 2013 • 106 reviews • 1 follower

24 Hours Puff!

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Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2013/11/richies-crispy-puff.html for more reviews

Richie's Cripsy Puff which is located in Jurong East operates around the clock. Yes! 24 hrs and I'm not kidding. They offer an interesting spread of variety ranging from the traditional chicken curry puff to durian.

Their puff comes in a standard size different from the typical ones (half an oval shape), like those from Old Chang Kee. The crust was fried to perfection brown and was very crispy. Sold for $2.40 for 2, customer can feel free to match any 2 flavours at the pricing. The selling point of Richie's puff is its delicate handmade craftwork on each and every puff. With such method, they have more control over the quality, thus its crispiness is of a different levels unlike the others.

The fillings comprised of egg, noticeable chicken chunks, mixed well in the fragrant curry flavou. The curry was a little big mild for me, for those who do not like too much spice, this may fit the bill.


Muslims pal out there, no worries, this stall is Halal Certified. What's more this is a good place to look out for snack when hunger pangs in the middle of the night where most eateries are already closed for the day. Perfect for Morning shifts or night shifts workers too!
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• 12 Sep 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

The BEST CURRY PUFF in Singapore!!

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I tried so many curry puffs but this is the best in Singapore so far. Their curry puff got a lot of varierty and is big in size so it make us very filling. The price is also very reasonable.
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