The Deck's Yong Tau Fu stall serves the best laksa in the canteen! More often than not, the queue can get insanely long especially during the lunch hours. Be sure to go very early, i.e. before 1130am or after 230pm or you'll have to wait in line for at least 15minutes. That said, the reason why people still queue up is because the food is really good. This bowl of laksa only cost me $2.40, with 7 ingredients and extra noodle! I like that the laksa sauce is pretty authentic and the chilli packs a punch too.
i wont say this yong tau foo store sell good stuff but i guess is the healthier choice in school so there is always a long queue during lunch time. the variety of dishes to choose from is actually quite limited so i will always select the same few dishes. the good thing is that the staff are normally quite generous with the noodle portion so is quite filling
i have to vote the yong tau foo in arts canteen is definitely the best i eaten so far. there are a lot of variety of tofu dishes to choose from so there is always something that you will want to eat. they are famous for their laksa gravy and i think is really nice. sometimes i will go for just normal bee hoon soup and the soup taste nice too
As an NUS student, this stall is usually the one I go to for my yong tau foo fix. There is a large variety of yong tau foo to choose from here and it's cheap! It only costs about $1.80 for 6 pieces of yong tau foo with noodles and clear soup. I have noticed the portions are shrinking over time, but it's still value for money. Another must have from this stall is their laksa gravy. It's super fragrant and rich! You will definitely want to slurp all the soup+gravy+yong tau foo as shown below!
This is really the best laksa Yong Tau Foo that I have ever tried and the best dish in the canteen. It is cheap and the gravy is really very delicious. They give you just enough gravy to fill up your noodles and ingredients. This shows how popular their laksa is and how they want to ensure no wastage! Although the queue is long most of the time, it is worth waiting as the noodles are simply slurping good. The noodles are reasonably given and are cooked to the right texture. They have quite a variety of items to pick from.
i visited my friends at NUS, tried their arts faculty canteen food. apparently i heard people tell me the food was nice. i ordered their yong tau foo. it was not bad. the ingredients were fresh and there were quite a lot to choose from. i ordered mine dry, the sauce that they topped my yong tau foo was quite delicious, not too sweet or salty. it gives the yong tau foo ingredients an additional flavour! most importantly, it was really cheap, can't find such cheap and delicious food outside.