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32 New Market Road
#01-1144 People's Park Complex Food Centre
Singapore 050032

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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Watch my video review of the stall: https://youtu.be/__kNCscOLvM

Bai Nian yong Yau foo | A stall with only two years of history and located at People's Park Food Centre, they do a version of yong tau foo that is distinctly different from what you get elsewhere. They only serve yong tau foo pieces with soup and bee hoon, and instead of the normal tofu items, their pieces are emphasised around fillings such as soft meatballs with crunchy black fungus, prawn balls made with pure prawn paste and deep-fried bittergourd stuffed with fish paste.

They have only one tofu item which is a non-fried tofu puff that is denser than the usual tofu puffs you get. The broth has a nice stock richness that is slightly sweeter than usual. Big eaters take note: bee hoon is free flow here. The sauces on the side are the standard sweet bean (similar to hoisin) sauce and a chilli sauce which is incredibly spicy. If you’re not used to chilli, use with restraint.

The original stall is in Albert Centre, and the branch here at People’s Park is their second outlet. They used to have a branch in Segambut, Kuala Lumpur called Century Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu, but that has since closed down. They also only offer a soup version, no dry offering and all the yong tau foo items in every order are set, no alterations. Still, that doesn’t deter the immense popularity of this stall as the lunchtime queues can be insanely long.

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There are few stall selling niang dou fu here, with Bai Nian being one of them here. Only one choose available with either $4.50 or $5.50.


Bai Nian is one of the must-tries at People's Park Food Centre. Have been patronizing it since it opened here few years back.

Bai Nian is also known to serve bowls of Yong Tau Foo with standard ingredients instead of those that you get to pick on your own. Each hearty bowl comes with hand made ingredients that include bitter gourd, tau kwa (deep fried bean curd), prawn balls, minced pork balls and the black, white, gold rolls which are stuffed beancurd skin rolls. I can't really pinpoint what's the difference between the different colored rolls but the meat inside was well marinated. For someone like me who doesn't eat bitter gourd usually because of its bitterness, I could actually accept the bitter gourd here, not much bitterness as it's fried. But my favorite has got to be the hand made prawn balls which were really fresh and juicy, and there's so much prawn meat! Same goes for the pork balls that also had black fungus.

The aroma and taste of the clear soup was even better after a spoonful of fresh chopped spring onions was added. You could ask for additional beehoon at no extra cost, or for mine, I didn't want beehoon, so it was replaced with 2 additional pieces of the rolls. Such a craving on rainy days!