07:30 - 16:00
Mon - Fri
07:30 - 16:00
07:30 - 15:00
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The difference between their Laksa and Laksa Yong Tau Foo will be the latter not having any tau pok. But in order to minimise the damage for a sinful lunch, I opt for Laksa Yong Tau Foo which I select 8 items at $2 plus $0.30 for noodles and $0.30 for Laksa gravy only. This is still quite affordable as compared with those at food centres. Or if you want to have purely Laksa (with noodles and tau pok), it costs only $1.80/$2.00. Usually they will cook all the selected food items plus noodles first and then pour in the gravy. Even so the laksa gravy is quite concentrated and the noodles (yellow noodles) actually absorb the taste and it is very delicious. But you will tend to feel a little bit thirsty after that so do drink water to gush out the unavoidable sodium it has for the overall. The food items do contribute to the saltiness sometimes. continue reading
the Yong Tou Fu stall at Science canteen is one of my favourite stall despite the super long queue. It provides a healthier choice of food. First, you have to queue to choose your ingredients, minimum 6 pieces for $1.50, adding noodles costs $0.30, and laksa gravy itself costs $0.30 too. One can also order the Ordinary Laksa ($1.80) where you get the "default ingredients" such as stuffed bean curd, beansprouts, and few slices of fish cake. I'm not really a big fan of their laksa, as I reckon their laksa gravy is not flavourful enough, sometimes a little bit bland too. continue reading