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Introduction
The stall is located at Blk 206 Toa Payoh North continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon - Sat
06:00 - 15:30
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Review (3)
Level4 2014-03-04
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Craving for something soupy, I followed my roommate to a famous stall located near Braddell MRT. Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Fu had been newly renovated, better atmosphere and more spaces available now. Occupied three stalls where the cooking area was huge, all orders from patrons were prepared on the spot freshly.Signboard was indicating their brief history, recipe was classily brought by previous generation. Every item was priced at $0.50, unless you opted for Laksa soup which incurred additional $0.70. Long queue cannot be avoided, their business was always good.Fried Tofu, Spinach, Binjal, Fried Seaweed Meat and Fried Dried Beancurd were selected, I opted for thick Meehoon as my main course. All ingredients were nicely cooked, not too mushy but tender and gentle. I like Fried Seaweed Meat the most, minced pork was well-marinated and deep-fried until fragrant golden brown. Homely and decent soup without adding any preservatives, the bowl was a healthy combination while saltiness was just nice for my liking. Dark sweet sauce mixed with chilli sauce, it highlighted the overall taste. My lunch was $3.00, because I took 5 pieces in total along springy meehoon. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-19
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Yong Dau Foo dry noodles is nice and healthy. It is served with fresh veggies (especially the bitter gourd) and hot noodles. The chili is nice and has a sweet red sauce. You can choose if you want soup or dry noodles. Most of the time there is a long queue in this shop so better go in non-peak hours. It is hot so its better to sit at the side of the coffee shop. The best! My favourite. continue reading
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Level3 2013-05-22
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Hup chong is one of my fav yong dou foo,as usually i requested for dry one but i don't know why it became soup as i do not have time to wait for them to change so i just go for the soup one,a bowl cost me $4.50 ,the "tou po" was quite crispy but after awhile,cause soak inside soup ,it actually turn soggy ,without their special sweet sauces,it actually tasted quite blend,so i would recommend the dry one instead,waiting time for lunch about 15-20mins continue reading
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