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Haig Road Putu Piring @ Northpoint City (South Wing)

930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City, South Wing Singapore 769098 #B2-146

$3 · Muslim Owned · Takeaway · Malay · Dessert · Putu Piring

Monday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

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Jeanne Herawati

Rated 4.0/5.0 10 months ago

Good if you eating directly and still hot. 5 pcs for 2.5 dollar, location in geylang serai market level 1.

Gary Chua

Rated 1.0/5.0 a year ago

Staff all talking and not interested to do business even when i was the only one standing in front of the shop. Stood there for a while before i said "hello! Can order?" Then someone relunctantly came over to take the order. I really think they should change all their staff at this outlet. Hire such people to work only bring your business reputation down. Make the putu piring also make untill all the filling drop out and stuck to bottom of box.. If this continues on.. i don't see them going very far.. better make some positive changes soon.

Bingy The Biscuitboy

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

I was surprised to see with 4-5 ‘makcik’ dressed in ebony white, making putu piring in quick precision and systematic rhythm. And upon observing, they were selling Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring. I noticed that it was listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide with a “Michelin Plate. It was also featured in Netflix’s new series “Street Food” – produced from the creators of Chef’s Table. The Putu Piring are made on the spot to order so once can be assured that they will always be piping hot. It goes at $2.50 per pack of 5, while other flavours of Chocolate, Coconut and Durian goes for $3.00 per pack of 3. The stall also sells some Malay traditional desserts also available including pineapple tarts ($22), peanut makmur ($22) and lapis prune ($50 for large, $15 for small). The Putu Piring were made of ground rice flour, filled with gula Melaka (palm sugar) in the centre, covered with another layer of rice flour and then steamed in metal conical moulds for about 5 minutes. The Putu Piring were presented with freshly grated coconut tinged with some salt on the side. When you bite into one, the brown Gula Melaka which had melted during the steam process would ooze out. The restaurant uses the highest quality of Gula Melaka and is very generous with the filling. At the end of the day, the secrets to a tasty Putu Piring are effort, and good simple ingredients. Best to be eaten hot.

Kevster Ly

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 years ago

Definitely among the best in the peninsula, The gula Melaka texture is well done, lots of coconut shredded adequately salted, the rice is fine texture good even after 1 hour sitting in take away box. Those of who tapau and not immediately eating, do leave the box open to prevent moisture collecting.

Josh Lim

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

When I tried it in their Simpang Bedok outlet the original flavour was sold out. I tried the other flavours which I find too sweet. Finally managed to try the original. Comes with lots of coconut “shavings”. It taste decent. I definitely prefer original to the other unique flavours they have.

Yvonne Tan

Rated 1.0/5.0 10 months ago

Bought a box of tapioca at northpoint outlet. Staff at the outlet were very rude. I just want to buy a box of tapioca, the cashier just look at me and reluctantly attended to me. When she asked me payment mode, I said cash and she just point to the front without telling me there is a cash machine. I was not aware and she kept pointing to the front, finally she open her golden mouth, told me to use the machine. After paying, I noticed that tapioca has no coconut shreds (which normally comes with it), so I asked her, does it comes with coconut shreds, she asked me 'What coconut'. I gave up and just walked away. When I reached home, I noticed that the tapioca already turned bad. Please regularly checked the food quality. I think the staff seriously need to go for customer service course. I will definitely not patronise from this shop anymore!!!! Very disappointed!!! Dated on 24th June 2023 at 1.20pm.

Rizal Farok

Rated 3.0/5.0 11 months ago

with a name behind it, it has a lot to live up to, their putu piring - but i reckon it almost does. taste is not too bad, but they do seem much smaller these days. location is actually kinda perfect cos it's kinda "on the way" to and from the station. and staff have been friendly too. have not tried anything else on the menu though, since it's only the putu piring we are here for

Shuren Lin

Rated 2.0/5.0 a year ago

Super expensive at $4.50 for 4pieces of durian. I redeem some lazada flash deal voucher which made it $2.50. else I would Not have gotten it. What's more weird is that I've bought the same durian one a year ago and the quality is as bad. The pastry skin will all lump together and the durian filling will leak out even before you start to eat. So it's not four pieces. Its more like one huge mushy thingy. Taste wise is pretty decent but like how u expect me to eat this without making a mess man. Last time pasar malam one so much better. Cheap and good

Sten Md (Piqued Wanderer)

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 years ago

One of the places where you can find the uncommon food choice. This is definitely the place to go for your cravings. We kinda give this place 4 stars as we find the taste is not that consistent and is just slightly above average. Out of our 10 score rating, this is about 8-8.5 score. There are actually better putu piring but then again, its just our preference, as everyone has a different palate. This place is not exactly in the mall, as south wing shops/stalls/booth are located on a wider area of left and right path towards the mrt. Similar to those 'link paths' with shops left and right. This shop is located without any tables and chairs as it is a takeout restaurant. The packaging is in fact modern, despite d name traditional... But lets not be too quick to judge.. The current paper box containing the putu piring keep them warmer and longer compared to the older paper wraps. So.. Its better aint it.. ? Would we come back here again? Hmm.. Maybe if we are around area 😁.

Soon Noel

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

Very racially rude Is because I’m not a malay? Tell me don’t have this and that After me have an malay customer ordered for the same things that I ask. The counter said everything also have. What’s happening to this shop. I’m a Chinese I love to eat Malay food but because I’m not a Malay they don’t sell me?!

Suriati Ruchti

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

Place to go to get my "old skool" style Putu Piring fix and local Malays snacks & kuihs (takeaways only). Would be perfect if service can be friendlier and more helpful. Just to point out for those who may be unaware: they sell "Tapai" aka fermented tapioca, not to be confused with steamed tapioca that is served with grated coconut. Hope that helps clear up the confusion.

Yatie San

Rated 1.0/5.0 a month ago

I've visited the Northpoint branch yesterday to purchase the putu piring. While queueing to make a purchase. A service staff, a man gave this remarkable remarks even before ordering. "Hey the waiting time is ridiculous you know." I was taken a back by his comments. As a service staff, you said this to me. Like are you trying to tell me don't buy lah. Next time buy so many people waiting. To me it so WOW! In future should have signage, we not selling at the moment too crowded. Well, If your staff are committed to work as a service staff. They should be mentally, emotionally and spiritually prepared for this kind of work. It is your loss for income as you shunned customers away. Doing business means giving your best to serve the customers. With this kind of attitude from your staff, then all the best to you.

Adelyn Lee

Rated 1.0/5.0 a week ago

While the food was acceptable but the service was terrible! I was ordering putu piring takeaway on 21 Apr at 3.03pm at Northpoint outlet and there were 2 staffs there with no customers. I was served by a female staff. She wasn't too friendly but i was not bothered because I'm only going for the food. I was told I need to wait for 15min but I'm ok. I came bk to ask abt my order but it was not ready. So I waited at the corner of the stall and keep looking to see if it was ready. After that someone who was after me took her pack so I asked the female staff why mine was so long time. Instead she told me in a rude manner she called for me but I didn't notice! I told her she could hv just walk out and inform me! Instead of apologizing she just threw the food at me and shouted sarcastically THANK YOU! WELL, I THANK YOU for your bad service and never patronise again! I would appreciate if the management can educate your staff to treat your customers with respect! We are not there to beg for food! We paid for them!