Glad that I could still make it in time just before 12 noon to hit this stall - the items get picked out real fast. In addition to the usual fishcake-stuffed yong tau foo pieces, there are also the minced meat stuffed yong tau foo pieces that are handmade and not pre-ordered from the factory. These are the popular items that are the first to fly off the shelf.
I like to order the dry version of the yong tau foo pieces only, which are presented oh so prettily on a plate. A generous serving of chopped coriander and garlic pieces (fried to a nice brown crisp) are decorated over the pieces. I usually order a side bowl of vegetables in soup to balance the meal (so that it will not be too dry in the end).
The homemade chili sauce is pretty good, even though it used to be even better last time as it was more fiery-hot. Perhaps they have toned it down for the general public? The chili is now more dilute compared to my previous experiences.
Generally, worth a try! By the way, if there are about 7-8 bowls ahead of you, anticipate around a 20 min wait.
It cost me $3.90 for 8 ingredients plus the additional side bowl of vegetables in the soup. Depending on what ingredient you choose, it ranges between 40 cents to 60 cents per piece.
Date of Visit: 2013-01-03