Star People's Food Awards: Stall in Puchong food court gets 33 endorsements

The QSQ Popiah stall at Kam Heong coffee shop in Petaling Jaya New Town with their signature Crispy Popiah, and inventive seaweed versions of popiah. Pictured is the Kam Heong coffee shop.

YOU can now vote for your favourite popiah eatery/stall under The Star People’s Food Awards via Metro Online Broadcast (MOB) at

To-date, there are 11 nominations and the top three are 928 Nice To Eat Food Court in Bandar Puteri, Puchong with 33 endorsements, QSQ Popiah in Restoran Kam Heong in PJ New Town as well as Sisters Crispy Popiah in Bandar Sunway and Lot 45 stall at the PJ Old Town Food Court, each tied at 18 endorsements.

The other nominees are Penang Flavours in One Utama Shopping Centre, Restoran D.U.Cafe in Kota Damansara, Straits Food Company in Bangsar, Healthy Treats Popiah at the Kuchai Lama Night Market, Tan Kee Popiah in Klang, Egg Popiah in Restoran Hock Seng in SS2 PJ, and Popiah S.S. Ali in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam.

Each month, you can post your nomination on the street food category selected at MOB to stand a chance to win attractive prizes such as hotel stays and dining vouchers.

To endorse and vote, visit and click the “Foodboard” tab under The Star People’s Food Awards to read the FAQs.

Those who nominate, vote or successfully share a link stand a chance of winning attractive prizes.

Nominations are open for the first 10 days of the month, followed by voting from Feb 15 to 28.

The awards is a monthly contest that recognises the best streetfood in the Klang Valley.

The next food category is curry laksa.

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