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Harry's Eurasian Pies

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  3. Harry's Eurasian Pies
    Photograph: Dawson Tan

Time Out says

The headlining dish is none other than the Devil’s Curry Pie ($8). Every puff pastry is freshly baked upon order – a la minute, if you may – so that by the time you tuck in, the flaky buttery crust remains warm and crisp. Once you cut into it, it reveals an earthy aroma with a medley of tender chicken meat, rough-cut bacon, potato chunks and chicken sausages. There’s also cabbage and cucumbers slow-cooked to a point where they almost disintegrate into a sweet tangy mush.

Best mopped up with the crust, the moreish spice – predominantly onions, ginger and mustard seed –  is balanced with a delightful peppery finish that screams comfort food. Not big on spice? Harry says to go with the hearty Shepherd's Pie ($7) which is equally comforting with its sweet and herbaceous flavours. There’s also a classic Eurasian new year’s dish of Chicken Pot Pie ($8) with a mix of white and dark meat.

Read the full story in Hawker Spotlight.

Dawson Tan
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Dawson Tan


Amoy Street Food Centre
7 Maxwell Road
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-2pm (Closed on Sat and Sun)
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