All About Yong Tau Foo

All About Yong Tau Foo

Featuring Holland Drive Market & Food Centre, AH LOCK & Co. (Guoco Tower), Food Junction (NEX), Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Foo (Block 124), Xi Xiang Feng (724 Ang Mo Kio Central Market), Fong Yong Tau Foo, My Favourite Cafe (Bugis Cube), Orchard Yong Tau Foo (Cuppage Plaza), Hakka Noodle (Holland Drive Market), New Changi Eating House
JQ K
JQ K

I choose dry w hong kong noodles (gravy) ($6.80) I felt that the gravy was quite thick and slightly salty for me. They offered some of yong tau foo can be fried such as hot dog, stuffed tofu, fishcake, etc. I usually choose bittergourd and kang kong for vegtables. I find that the serving was quite small for me tbh and don't really like to overkiap the items as it really quite expensive especially inside aircon food court.

Another Yong Tau Foo Shop that I was eating again under the wishlist because I forgot to take photo last time that I went there. Loocated at opposite Bugis Junction and I always avoid lunch time crowds because like a lot of people queue for picking ingredients 😬. Plus the shop look quite more spacious than in the past due to Covid-19 social distancing. Yong Tau Foo ($4.90 for six ingredients + Noodle or Rice) or you don't like to eat Noodle or Rice you can pick one more ingredients. I realised that I got a bit disappointed with pork meatballs as its look dry and hard) compared in the past (probably they cooked them too early alr) 🙃

I never eat so salty yong tau foo (6 Ingredients & 1 Noodles - $4.20) to the extend. so I decided to head down towards east area for lunch 🍴. its quite a long time never been heading down to there. their soup base got a lot of msg and so I usually don’t drink the soup finish. their ingredients were quite okay 👌 so its quite normal only

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Cost around $10.50 for two person include rice and minimum 6 pieces of yong tau foo. My favourite pieces for yong tau foo were homemade pepper meatball, hash brown and a variety of fried foods. I really like a variety of noodles, ingredients and sauce that they have in stores. But it usually get crowded and need to queue during lunch hour. Need to ask your friends or colleagues to queue and book the seats before ordering the food. I saw the unique spaghetti sauce for yong tau foo set but it's kinda weird having spaghetti with yong tau foo.

Ordered with 6 Yong Tau Foo Items contained fried bean skin, cuttlefish, fried brinjal, bitter gourd, tau pok, vegetable (kang kong), mixed sweet and spicy sauce with beehoon. The waiting time was for 15 minutes during lunch hours as I observed most of people in every table order their Yong Tau Foo and shows that it was quite popular and crowd favourite.

Hakka Noodle ($4) is a set of 5 different yong tau foo ingredients in soup and 1 piece of handmade fishball and 2 pieces of dumplings with minced meats with hakka noodle. I really like handmade yong tau foo ingredients filled with minced meats especially bittergourd and taupok. The soup broth is quite refreshing and not so salty or sour.

Yong Tau Foo's taste for ingredients was quite weird and sour. I think some ingredients are not fresh but for soup otherwise was decent and comforting for rain season. The stall have also selling kolo mee. For yong tau foo can choose between soup, mala and dry base and six ingredients + free noodle ($3).

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Modern Twist Yong Tau Foo ($9.90) for a set consist of 1 bowl of Yong Tau Foo, 1 x drink (hot or cold green tea) and 1 x pancake (coconuts or red bean). I found its too a bit dry for deep fried but its least mixed with hakka tea veg and a bit of thousand island sauce. I wished that they make sweet sauce for non-spicy people. Its quite modern twist for yong tau foo

Choose min 5 pieces - Yong Tau Foo first and pass to stall owners for ordering which types of noodles (50 cents) (tbh I like chee cheong fun 80 cents ea because it's unqiue to replace noodles) and choose between dry or soup version. It was a long queue after 11 a.m. but it is worth it for waiting good food at there. I didn't like the soup because it is so sweet and salty for my taste.

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Yong To Fou set meal cost $5.60 but their selling point are minced chicken gravy with noodles and also deep fried items. I started to eat Yong Tofu at upp east coast road since I was studying at poly year one. I also like their wide variety of ingredients like cheese hot dog and many more...

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7 pieces - $4.90 ++ with adding noodles (50 cents) so basically need to choose the ingredients, order dry or soup, choose which types of noodles match and need for uncle to assign the seats at there. I order kwap chap (thin version) and soup. The ingredients was quite fresh and the soup was refreshing broth.

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