Using a combination of the simplest ingredients – sugar, egg, coconut milk, and rice flour – the Indians have breathed life into this pan- fried sweet crepe. It’s crispy around the edges, thick and fluffy in the centre. They come served with orange sugar, curry, dahl, and even a runny egg in the middle.
168/170 Serangoon Rd, Thye Chong Coffeeshop (Map) Mon – Sat: 6am – 2pm, Sun: 6am to 9pm
They sit right beside the very famous chapati stall and many will miss this spot. Their appam comes huge, dinner plate sized and has a lacy crispy edge with the usual soft and fluffy centre. It is very photogenic. Just have it with their dahl or coconut chutney with orange sugar and your breakfast and peckish snack cravings will be satisfied. Don't ask for the fancy cheese or 64 degree egg versions; they do it the original plain style and very well indeed.
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