3155 Commonwealth Avenue West
#04-20/22 The Clementi Mall
Singapore 129588

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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I only realised that I may have been 'cheated'/paid wrongly halfway through the meal upon comparing what I ordered to the menu. A 7 piece Yong Tau Foo Set (With noodles/rice/kway teow) would have costs $5.60 according to the menu but I'm not too sure why I was charged the Yong Tau Foo (9pcs) instead. :/

Yong Tau Foo Dry (7pcs) ($6.30)
Anyways, my contained 1 tomato, a bunch of golden mushrooms, a bunch of green vegetable, 2 pieces of tofu with fish paste, a slice of eggplant and a piece of bitter gourd with fish paste. A spicy fiery orange chili sauce and sweet dark red 'chee cheong fan' (hoisin) sauce can be found at the counter. The fish paste found within the ingredients were definitely not the freshest and I felt that the one found in the tofu was a tad too little. I didn't think any particular ingredient stood out which made the entire dish unremarkable and insipid. Nevertheless, it was a decent bowl with a generous serving of kway teow. The soup provided at the side was not too bland either though my dining companion said that it was just ordinary. Overall, if the price of this was meant to be $6.30, I would definitely not recommend as there are a far greater variety of dishes that can be found at more affordable prices. It's great for a filling meal though.
Price: 5/10
Taste: 5/10
Overall: 5/10 (Have it only if you really feel like eating Yong Tau Foo at Foodfare)

Picture of their menu can be found at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B50Ro_egEMI/?igshid=fwiv7tyysh46

This is definitely the closest to home cooked food. I like it that they do not over seasoned anything and it just allows you to taste the natural flavour of the dishes. 6.5/10

Additional steamed egg was just a $1.00 top up. Portion was relatively huge for the rice but the meat could have been more hence I added an ala carte of meat. For its price it’s probably a good fix for a healthier lunch. 6.0/10

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Thought it would be expensive to eat from mixed vegetables store in food court but this was different. 1 sweet and sour pork rib, stir fry broccoli and fried egg with onions for $4.60. 6.0/10

Pretty amazed that they have henghwa food in a random food court and at such an affordable price?? Wanted to get their set with 2 sides dishes ($6.50) but wanted to try the general standard before ordering more 😅😅 I must say that for the price and the fact that it’s in a food court, the thick broth was actually pretty surprisingly good and the noodles were flavourful too! Decent variety of ingredients with a few prawns and clams, and definitely very value for money if you’re in need of a quick henghwa fix!

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$5.50
It's not bad. Large portion. The chillis could have been better

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