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The Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Original stall, now in Chinatown, donated more than 100 curry puffs for a senior citizens' birthday party in Toa Payoh on March 9.
Stomper Anonymous shared photos of the event organised by the Care Corner Active Aging Centre at Block 170 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh.
A volunteer also posted about the event on Facebook.
This was not the first time that the owner, Mr Peter Ng, had baked his tasty pastries for a good cause.
Mr Ng earlier prepared 200 curry puffs to be given out at the Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled on Feb 23.
On Friday (March 17), his stall distributed 125 curry puffs to the residents of Hong Lim.
The stall was in the news last year due to a bitter feud between two siblings over the family business started by their father in 1952.
Mr Ng used to run the stall with his younger brother Ray before the latter set up a rival curry puff stall just one unit away in Hong Lim Market and Food Centre.
To avoid confusion, the older stall at #02-36, which is operated by Mr Ng, was then renamed “Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Original”, while Ray’s new stall at #02-34 is called “Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff”.
Mr Ng told Shin Min Daily News that he and his brother were not on speaking terms.
Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff Original will be opening a new stall at Albert Food Court on April 1 in collaboration with Grandfather Food Empire.