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Tip Top The Puff Factory

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Tip Top Curry Puff has been an old time favourite among the residents in the Ang Mo Kio region, selling curry puffs that are freshly produced everyday.

Mon - Sun: 09:00 - 21:00

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Take Away (13 votes), After Work (5 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (5 votes)
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Nonya Beef Rendang Puff

it has now launched an all-new Nyonya Beef Rendang ($1.40) curry puff, created from a home recipe by simmering beef with spices for long hours. The meat is soft and not too dry, with a tantalizing subtle sweetness that is not usually found in curry puffs. 

Across all three types of curry puff, the ratio of filling to skin was perfect, but the quality of the pastry skin wielded less clout among the curry puffs specialists in Singapore. Even after trying to toast or microwave them, the pastry skin remained soft and pliable, yet achieving its full potential of crisp and flakiness. 

Nonetheless, the excellent fillings cannot be overlooked. For full review and pics, visit www.dairycream.blogspot.com

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• 07 Jan 2015 • 261 reviews • 8 followers

Nonya Beef Rendang Puff

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it has now launched an all-new Nyonya Beef Rendang ($1.40) curry puff, created from a home recipe by simmering beef with spices for long hours. The meat is soft and not too dry, with a tantalizing subtle sweetness that is not usually found in curry puffs. 

Across all three types of curry puff, the ratio of filling to skin was perfect, but the quality of the pastry skin wielded less clout among the curry puffs specialists in Singapore. Even after trying to toast or microwave them, the pastry skin remained soft and pliable, yet achieving its full potential of crisp and flakiness. 

Nonetheless, the excellent fillings cannot be overlooked. For full review and pics, visit www.dairycream.blogspot.com
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• 24 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

www.tiptopcurrypuff.com

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Tip Top has a new Nonya Beef Rendang puff and a new outlet in Aperia Mall. My favorite is still the Chicken Curry puff and i usually get mine from their RafflesCity mall outlet. You can get more info from their website www.tiptopcurrypuff.com
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• 15 Nov 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

standard has dipped

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Tip top used to be my favorite curry puff. However, since a transfer of ownership to Swenson group, the standard has dipped tremendously. Long gone are the puffs richly filled with chicken. What presents now seems to be commercialized puffs which cost $1.10, meant for maximum profit. Perhaps that's the difference between family run business and corporate taken business. This however is still above average puffs, but it's fast degrading to the puffs u can commonly find, 3 for a dollar(lesser fillings)
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