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90 Circular Road
Singapore 049441

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm


11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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They offer a wide selection of ingredients so don't get too greedy. I lost count on the number of items I picked. The pictured bowl costed me $6.80 with noodles. The staff was happy to help me fry the bitter ground that was originally not a fried item. The ingredients were really fresh and it gets pretty crowded from noon. P

Favourite lunch place for hot clean food. Usual is 6pc + kway teow soup. Their gravy (dry option) n laksa is good too

Crowds flock here for the tasty and relatively cheap yong tau foo at Boat Quay. With a large variety of ingredients, very fast service and air-conditioned seating upstairs, it’s no wonder the queue stretches outside the shop during lunchtime.

I picked stuffed eggplant and chilli, mushrooms, bak choy and two to three other items to go with my kway teow, and it only came up to less than $7. What’s unique about the dry version here is that it comes ladled over with a light gravy that adds extra savouriness to the bowl.

Taste: 3.5/5


Back at 109 again! Got the dry kwayteow with:
- eggplant (my fav pick for this meal)
- stuffed taukee
- rolled taukee with some soft filling inside
- soft tofu (go for this instead of the stuffed taukwa, this is much better)
- 3 types of veg (spinach, xiaobaicai & some slimy veg which I did not like)

There wasn’t the kfc mash potato sauce taste this time, which is gr8!! My lunch bud let me try the zai er which was yums!! Will be back, I like it + it’s near the office :)


I had dry kwayteow! There was like a mild kfc mash potato sauce taste (and I don’t like the kfc sauce) but still enjoyed this meal. 6 pieces min, I chose spinach, some fried fishmeat ball(?), fried wanton, taukee, fishball & stuffed tofu. Liked my selections except for the tofu which was slightly sour. My last bite was the wanton :) -W

Along Circular Road, you'll spot this snaking queue for 109's ytf! Don't be intimidated by the long queue cos it moves fairly fast.

Pick minimum 6 pieces and tell them how you want your ytf to be done - soup, dry and laksa. They also sell fried rice and fried chicken wings! Do note that their dry version isn't your usual dry ytf, drowned in sweet and chili sauces. Theirs is ladened with a light brown gravy, looking really similar to that of lormee!

The gravy is savoury and rich in taste, but not overly salty! It's smooth (no clumps of starch) and not very thick. I could sip on it! It coats every strand of my kwaytiao so perfectly. Usually kwaytiao clumps into a huge mess in such gooey base. But guess what? I could pick up each strand of my noodles, slurping them up happily. THE GRAVY AND KWAYTIAO IS LIKE A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN! ❤

Their tofu tastes fresh (both the square and triangle ones) and soft. I'm loving this place and i can't wait to visit them again. *TIP* they've seats available on the 2nd storey! airconditioned 😉

Price point: My bowl of 7 pieces + noodles, dry version, costed $5.80. Pretty acceptable given the location!

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