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This Taiwanese joint has all the classic dishes and more . What I like is the clean taste , less oil feel. The soup is not oily , the pork is tasty but not fatty . It’s a place I wld go back for many many rounds .

There are easily three stalls inside Holland Drive Market and Food Center selling Yong Tau Fu. During my lunchtime visit on a Weds, only this stall has no queue, in spite of its competitive pricing at $3.50/$4.50. You get a total of 8 pieces of Yong Tau Fu, bok choy and noodles.

I ordered the dry Hakka Noodles with chilli. The dollop of paste like chilli is more savoury than spicy. Separately you can get chilli sauce as a condiment. This one is very watery like those you get at chicken rice stalls and taste just like those.

The Yong Tau Fu and noodles were also not particularly impressive. The flavour is there, in the deep fried and boiled items but on the whole, together with the noodles with chilli and minced meat sauce, it is not spectacular.

I happened to be at Holland Drive Food Centre for lunch and I decided to give Hakka Noodle (#02-15) a try.

The Hakka Noodle ($4.50 for large) is similar to mee pok but thinner. The noodle is topped with fried minced meat which is savoury and fragrant. The yong tau foo ingredients are fixed and the fishballs, beancurd skin and tofu are fresh and tasty, and they go well with the tangy chilli sauce. The $4.50 portion is also pretty generous. Glad I ordered this!

Best meal of the week — dry bak chor mee [a.k.a. pork noodle] at one of Tai Wah Pork Noodle outlets. This mega bowl of noodle loaded with minced meat, sliced pork, pork liver, fried sole fish and huge crispy lard cubes is doused with generous amount of black vinegar, lard oil and tomato sauce; accompanied with a bowl of rich, cloudy soup filled with meat balls, dumplings and seaweed.
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We had the rolls and gyozas as well as some drinks. All were good but what stood out was the attentiveness of the server who realised we made a mistake regarding the dietary requests and immediately sent us a replacement on the house! Will definitely return as the food was all good!

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