22 July
Thursday, 22 July 2021 Food, Drink & Entertainment
Long before there was the burrito, diners were already enjoying the Popiah at Lao Beijing. This popular dish has been on our menu since we opened more than 20 years ago.

The Popiah may seem like a simple dish, but preparing the many ingredients is a lot of work. Stewed turnips with carrots and dried shrimps, lettuce, coriander, egg, bean sprouts, chilli, garlic, sweet sauce, peanuts and more, all rolled up in a thin crepe, packs a punch of flavours and texture.

But what’s even better is the fun in this Do-It-Yourself dish! Best enjoyed with friends and families, there is always the thrill of seeing who rolls up a better-looking popiah!

Now you can bring home ’ at only $38+. It comes with crepes and ingredients enough to make 8 rolls of popiah. From now till 18 August 2021, enjoy a 15% off if you self-collect your Popiah Party Set.

Alternatively, go for our new takeaway deal, the , which is good for 4 persons. It includes the Popiah Party Set, Roast Irish Duck (half), Braised Red Garoupa with Pickled Cabbage and Chilli, as well as Chilled Mango Cream with Pomelo, Sago and Diced Mango for dessert. All these at a special price of only $118+ (U.P. $138+). Enjoy a FREE dish of Mala Duck Wings (worth $8.80+) when you self-collect your Triple Treasures Treat.

To place your orders, simply call us at 63588466.

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