335 Smith Street
#02-87/88 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

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This is my favourite place for yong tau foo - their fish paste is flavourful, soup is light but tasty, and the ikan bilis is crisp. My favourite component is the stuffed taukee! I usually get kway teow, which is slurpy and lightly drizzled with sesame oil. We added on fried eggplant, which is oily but sinfully good. The queue gets pretty long even at 7.30am, which is a testament to how delicious it is :)

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From Xiu Ji ikan bilis yong tau fu
Handcrafted stuffed beancurd, deep fried crispy mini anchovies, springy skinny beehoon.
Really shiok!

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One of the cheapest (and good tasting) handmade yong tau foo stalls in Singapore. Can’t get it more value for money than this. I filmed a video review of this stall. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/Dh1XTgYW2Iw

Beehoon is tossed in a light sesame sauce, topped with crispy and delicious ikan bilis. The kwayteow is rly yums too, but they ran out by the time it reached my turn so no kwayteow for me that day. I added on an eggplant, which was so gooOod :)

The ytf consists of taupok, taukwa, fishball & taukee.

My absolute favourite is the taukee, which is stuffed with their homemade fish paste, and it is so delightfully savoury yet not too salty (it’s the saltiest out of the 4). Coming in as 2nd fav is the taukwa, which is soft & fresh, and generously stuffed with the yummy fish paste. 3rd fav would be the taupok!

I don’t like the fishballs unfortunately, but that doesn’t stop Xiu Ji from being my favourite ytf stall. It was a tough fight amongst the ytf that I’ve tried, but this emerged as champion (wuhu!)

I am aware I’m being a little too dramatic but hey, ytf is my fav hawker food :-D

Back again for my favourite YTF before it closes for a 3 month renovation starting March! Absolutely love how good this is without the need of any fancy sauces or ingredients. You get the most generously filled YTF pieces alongside a bowl of noodles topped with ikan bilis. If you have more stomach space, try their equally good fried eggplant and fishcake!


For only $3 you can either opt for 6 pics of ingredients (fixed) with bee hoon / noodle or 8 pics of ingredients.

The You Tau Fu is handmade which unique instead of those mass produce. It is not bad and healthy which good for health conscious people.