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724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6
#01-23 724 Ang Mo Kio Central Market & Food Centre
Singapore 560724

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Located in the heart of Ang Mo Kio, near Ang Mo Kio polyclinic and also a stone’s throw from the MRT, this could be the most glorious bowl of yong tau foo I’ve had yet. The ingredients are fresh, prices are very affordable and the best part is the rich and flavourful soup that blew me away. Many mediocre yong tau foo places have pretty bland soups but the soup here is to die for.

I am probably one of the GREATEST yong tau food (YTF) lovers & this has caught my heart: had this amazing bowl at least 4 times at past 3 months 😍 look at HOW FULL IT IS!!!!! (All for ~$4.60?! Like WAOWWW)

It’s located in the heart of AMK central (~10min walk from mrt) + average queue time of 20min BUT DEFINITELY WORTH IT 👌🏻 (am not a fan of queueing but I go straight to this stall every time I need lunch & am in AMK!) there’s almost never a time when there isn’t a queue (I’ve tried to beat the queue at 11.30am, 2.30pm BUT NOPE always minimum 20min wait.....) it really does say something about this stall 😊

The variety of food items to pick into your bowl is quite good & strongly recommend to order SOUP COS it is SIMPLY SO HEAVENLY 🥰 (a tad bit oily but it is a MUST TRY!!!) ask for veges to be added too! And mifen is a great noodle option :-) (their mifen consistency is really good)

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Having hanging out in AMK central for more than 3/4 of my life, I have never tried this YTF stall because the queue is looooong 24/7 (as long as it stays open). So I decided to try this since I was like about 6th in line.

When I was served my bowl, I was very pleasantly surprised because I actually ordered dried but they made a soup version for me. However, it was a good mistake I suppose - there was a generous serving of yellow beans & I took the first mouthful of soup.. and immediately I knew why they are so popular.

The soup was very flavourful and was dark yellow, proof that it was cooked for long hours with many ingredients. There was a slight burnt taste too. What's interesting is they also added pork lard (which was extremely fragrant, unlike the usual ones. I'm not a pork lard person, I accidentally ate it without realising.) They will also ask if you want kangkong & beansprouts on top of your chosen ingredients. I would suggest you to get some, as it adds some colour into your customised bowl of goodness.

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