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721 East Coast Road
Singapore 459070

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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If you like saucy Yong Tau Fu and Fried one, this one is for you! I usually don’t eat yong tau fu but this store is one of my favourites as the noodle has the thick brown sauce and it is very savoury with all the fried Yong tau fu! Might be a little expensive for yong tau fu but I felt it was quite worth it

All time favorite YTF place. I absolutely love the sauce which contains meat and mushroom bits. The ingredients range from 40 cents to $2, and you need to have a minimum purchase of at least 6 ingredients. Also, they do not discriminate boiled/fried ingredients - all are fried. The best part of this whole dish are the noodles! The noodles come with the same decadent meat sauce and in thick vermicelli form. They’re delicious and go really well with the ingredients and the chilli sauce provided. Because they recently revamped their menu, they now have an option of small bowl ($2) and big bowl ($2.60) as pictured. Truly some slurpy goodness!
If you think you need some soup, they do sell fishball soup at a separate charge. Their new menu also has fried rice, prawn paste chicken and XO carrot cake. If you’re an old timer, you’d know that they’re pretty famous for their Muar otah with chunky fish too! So prepared to feast with their many options here!😊👍🏻
Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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Because what I wanted to try in the neighbourhood was closed, the stars finally aligned for me to try Fu Lin. It's sorta Ampang ytf with the mushroom meat sauce, but the unique twist is the thick beehoon with the same sauce. Most ingredients were fine, but the stars were prawn roll and beancurd skin.

Since there’s an overseas travel ban happening globally, the only place we can travel now is within our own country which makes it a perfect opportunity to support our own F&B establishments. If you are on a diet and loves those soupy yong tau foo, this might not be the place for you as all the handmade goodies are deep fried and drenched in a thick and moreish minced meat sauce.
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📍 Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuen
721 East Coast Road, Singapore 459070

$7 damage for minimum 6 pieces + rice/noodles. That’s pretty reasonable for me. More importantly the taste is consistently good wherever I go, the “soul” is really with the minced meat sauce.

Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuan. They’ve been around for awhile now even opened a few branches, each claiming they’re the ‘original’, but this till today still remains the best tasting one.
I’m particularly careful when having Yong Tau Foo as most of YTF ingredients contain fish paste or bean by products which tend to turn sour if left out for too long. I’ve never had to worry about that here; they refresh their items regularly and everything looks fresh.

If you ordered too much (like we did), they’ll usually separate the crispy items from the rest and fill that plate with less meat gravy so it doesn’t turn soggy too quickly.
Favourites are definitely the crispy 斋鹅 and jumbo Cheese Sausage.
#FTrecommends

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