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470 North Bridge Road
#02-10 Bugis Cube
Singapore 188735

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Monday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

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Favorite Yong Tau Foo from Lucky Plaza!
As great as ever, my favourites are the mushrooms and meatballs. This meal will always be a 10/10 for me.

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Ordered 7 pieces of YTF and bee hoon ($4.80). As highlighted by other reviews, the must-order pieces are the meatball and mushroom. The chilli sauce was really good so I'd recommend ordering the dry version and spamming the chilli sauce. Cheap and delicious - one of the top 5 YTFs for sure. I'll definitely be back!

Minimum order of 7pcs with noodles/rice 》$4.80
Top up $1 for curry gravy

2 of my favourite items would be the meat ball and mushroom. The meat balls were deep fried till crispy while the inner is filled with minced meat and the braised korean mushrooms were soft, flavourful and soaked with juice.

This is the best kept secret of Bugis Cube. Located on the 2nd floor.
Try the korean mushroom and fried meatball! But maybe not the dry beehoon option as the beehoon gets a little overcooked..
Come after 1pm to avoid the lunch crowd :)

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Office workers in Bugis looking for a new dining option will want to note this down. The second outlet of the famed Lucky Plaza Yong Tau Foo is tucked away on the second floor of Bugis Cube, and sports a shorter queue (for now). It's well known for its incredibly low prices and unique Yong Tau Foo ingredients like Korean mushrooms and fried meatballs. While many Burpplers love having their YTF dry, allow yourself some indulgence and go for the Curry Laksa. According to Burpple Tastemaker Jean Kao, it's less lemak than laksa and has a tinge of hae bi hiam flavour in it. When picking out Yong Tau Foo ($0.60 per piece, minimum eight pieces), don't miss out on the delightfully juicy Korean mushrooms. Everyone, including Tastemaker Jean, insists on having at least one of it in their meal because "they become so plump after soaking, so biting into them is a delight". Be sure to add a spoonful of their homemade belachan chilli and fried shallots for a spicy kick!
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Jean Kao

A bold name, but it leaves an impression for more than just that. My Favourite Cafe serves just yong tau foo, but its popularity is strong enough to spur two outlets in the city. The queue was still present even after 2pm on a weekday!
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Even without checking online recommendations, the famed fried meatballs and huge Korean mushrooms were eye-catching enough to be must-adds. The rest of the ingredients are ordinary, though I commend on the generous array that seems to be regularly restocked.
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The curry soup base was watery but not diluted, it’s quite like laksa with even a tinge of possibly hae bi hiam flavour in it but not as heavy. The mushrooms are great for eating with soups, they become so plump after soaking in the curry so biting into them was a delight. My fried meatball was a bit of a letdown as it was obviously been left in the open for sometime, thus cold. Crunchy still, but not impressive. I guess it would’ve been better if I had chanced upon a freshly fried batch.
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$5.80 for yong tau foo is a hefty price in my opinion, but I wouldn’t mind going back for the mushrooms if I’m in Bugis Cube again. #BurppleBestBugis

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