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32 New Market Road
#01-1084 People's Park Complex Food Centre
Singapore 050032

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01:00pm - 05:00pm

01:00pm - 05:00pm

01:00pm - 05:00pm


01:00pm - 05:00pm

01:00pm - 05:00pm

01:00pm - 05:00pm

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This stall has really long queues, but it moves pretty quickly. While the ingredients are decent (I felt that the tofu was the nicest out of everything), we don’t really get the hype. I did find the soup rather flavourful, but I doubt I’ll be heading back, given that there are better ytf stalls in Chinatown.

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One of my all time favourites! The stall specialises in YTF ($4.50) and its popularity is evidenced by the snaking queue that forms even before it opens at 1 pm. Love that everything is handmade, and the soup is very flavourful!

Yong Xiang Xing Dou Fu 永祥興豆腐 at People’s Park Food Centre enjoys the longest queue and also the shortest opening hours.

This YTF stall only opens for 3 hours a day, starting from 1pm.

You may want to know that their Yong Tau Foo with Soup ($4.50) comes served without any heavy carbs like noodles or bee hoon.

No choice of ingredients as well.
The deep-fried bean curd was my favourite ingredient.

It came complete with a beautiful golden-brown exterior, along with a great tasting tofu in silky consistency that melts in your mouth.

More here: bit.ly/yongtaufoosg

Yong Tau Foo.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/yong-xiang-xing-dou-fu/


Watch the video review of the stall here: https://youtu.be/bA7_WtnbUyg

This yong tau foo (ytf) stall has been in existence since the food centre began operations in the 1970s and at the exact same spot.

You’ll know which stall it is by the long snaking queue of people that queue up for it before its opening at 1pm. You don’t get to pick and choose the ytf items, but they are all excellently well-made as the fish paste is wonderfully smooth and springy. Tofu items have a certain smoothness, and the soup has a nice blend of pork and soybean stock flavours.

They also serve their ytf as a set with no changes and with soup and with no rice or noodles ($4.50). A tip: if you want a second bowl, you don't have to re-queue. Just ask one of the staff (usually a lady) who will take your order and money.

The other interesting fact here is that chopped fermented beans are added into the spicy-and-sour chilli sauce which explains its complex savouriness.

A big thing to note is that every item — the taste of the soup and the fish paste — comes more savoury as compared to the other ytf stalls here, so if you’re a bit sensitive towards saltiness, you might want to stay clear. When you look at the average age of their clientele, you’ll understand why. The majority of patrons are in their 50s, 60s and older (biologically speaking, food tastes blander the older you get). So Yong Xiang Xing Dou Fu is not upping the savouriness on purpose, they are simply catering to their clientele.

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I have always wanted to give it a try and keep turned away by the super long queue. This time I was lucky to see the queue were short and fast so finally a lucky day for me. Even though for a bowl of $4.50 with only yong tau foo without rice or noodle, the fishball and the soup still worth the try.

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