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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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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.


In my case, I finally snagged some pieces of fish cakes which was elusive during my last two visits. What a wonderful brekkie to start the day and all this for $10.40!


So happy that this time, I managed to score! The eggplant was awesome and so was the bittergourd. The fish cake is still elusive but I will be back. This is now my favourite YTF!

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Love at first bite. By far, this is the best yong tau foo I’ve had here in Singapore. I have always thought that this is one thing that Singapore outshines Malaysia and today I was totally swept off my feet by this humble yong tau foo stall in the Chinatown complex. Nothing fancy, just simple, humble real flavours. Each piece tasted so homely and the broth may seem bland to some but I love it because it was msg free. The noodles may look plain but trust me, the ikan bilis gave it the added umami edge. Just add a bit of the chilli and you are in for a really awesome meal. All these for SGD3!

The shop may seem unappetising because it is located right outside the toilet. However, this $3 (+$0.80 for fishcake) bowl of YTF is worth the queue. The ingredients are handmade which makes the fish paste very soft. You can see it freshly made right beside the stall.