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Telephone
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Introduction
<br>Displayed as (Hakka) Ampang Yong Tou Fou at the stall itself, this yong tau foo is famous for its ampang style of preparation continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 20:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 20:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Yong Tau Foo
Review (17)
Level4 2016-11-22
428 views
The stall has been around for a long time. I was first brought here eat during my schooling days by my family. The stall occupied 2 units and non aircon, similar to the usual coffee shop. The stall originated from KL, Malaysia.When we sat down, the staff asked there was many people and planned the menu for us. With about 6 to 7 persons, she recommended us having a plate of the signature dish which was the Yong Tau Fou, as well as, a plate of assorted roasted meat. With the 7 of us ordering drinks such as homemade barley and tea, the total bill came up to $58.70. By the way there was no breakdown.The signature Yong Tau Foo consisted of fried bean curd stick, fried wanton, fried quail egg, fish ball, tau kwa, tau pok, tofu, brinjal, lady’s finger, bitter gourd on top of boiled kangkong, topped with their secret gravy. I like the crispy crackling fried bean curd stick, which was not too hard. We had the dish with chicken flavoured rice. The gravy went very well with the rice. I wish that the fish paste stuffing in the yong tau fou could be more as I could barely taste it.For the assorted roasted meat, we selected Roasted Duck and Roasted Pork as one of us did not take Roasted Chicken. The meat was not bad.Overall the food was not and was served fast despite the place was packed during Sunday lunch time. Wish that we were given time to think of what to have instead of being pressured to order. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-30
625 views
Occupied two shop units, it was essentially Hakka dish originated from Ampang Malaysia. Unlike other common Yong Tau Foo stall, the dishes here were served based on the headcount. Only dried version, you just need to tell the boss how many of you and which ingredient you don’t want will do.Adding two bowl of plain rice to settle our lunch, it consisted of veggies, fritters, fishballs, prawns and tofu. I like their fried stuffs with crispy cracking bite, giving 100% satisfaction while I ate along with dipping gooey gravy. Kangkung was playing part to balance up the meat. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-11
368 views
Yong tau foo costs $4 and rice costs 50cents extra. There are about 9 items in the yong tau foo. There were lots of kang kong and the gravy was very good. It was very flavourful and was not salty. The whole dish was quite appetizing except the beancurd stick which was a little hard The sweet sauce was just right and complemented the ingredients well. stall inside. The cost of the claypot herbal mutton soup is $4.80 which is quite expensive considering the amount of lamb given which was quite little. The taste of the soup was not rich enough as compared to the original stall at beauty world. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-15
253 views
In Singapore, it was not easy to find a stall selling authenic Ampang Yong Tau Foo. Mostly were just normal Yong Tau Foo adding meat gravy on top.Outside Nee Soon Camp, there was a traditional stall selling this authenic Ampang Yong Tau Foo. Their ordering system was slightly strange, you just need to tell the cashier for how many diners, she will take care of the amount of items needed. You can tell the staff which items you do not want, there was not any utensils for self choosing of items.This Ampang Yong Tau Foo had very special brown gravy. It was starchy and many half fried onions, there was no meat in the gravy. It tasted sweet, salty and savory.The Yong Tau Foo items consisted of kang kong, fried quail eggs, fried tofu, steamed tofu, fishballs and many many fried beancurd skin.I especially liked the fried beancurd skin, very cripsy and fluffy like eating crackers. It was very delicious when dipped whole fried beancurd skin into the special gravy sauce. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-04
173 views
Four hungry monkeys decided to head for a sunday food hunt down old upper thomson road. "That yong tau food place...You mean like the ones we eat every week from Marina Square?No no. This comes with gravy.Like the ones at Suntec?Mmmhmm. Oh i'm so hungry I could die. I hope we get a parking space soon."That's our conversation in the car. And we could not have gotten to this place any sooner. As luck would have it, it wasn't long before we got our parking space.And that was mad heat we had to brave to get to the stall. Which was just less than 50m away from the car. "Yong tau foo? Yes, yong tau foo. Dumpling soup? Yes.Chicken? Yup. White chicken. Just the breast please."Now we sit and wait. 5 minutes. Tops.And this appeared.Of course, it was the only photo I was allowed to take before we doubled over in hunger. I make it sound like we just left a concentration camp. When it was really just Sunday rowing trainings. Guess how much all that cost? Ytf, rice, chicken breast, dumpling soup and one barley drink. $35. That was some satisfying lunch.We cleared it all in half an hour. Or less.It's been a while since I've been here and I still loved the brinjal and bouncy fishballs. Most of all? I love that starchy gravy. It's not superbly cheap but this was the best value we got for our buck this month out from the usual foodcourts in Marina and Suntec. continue reading
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