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Telephone
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Introduction
Koo Kee is renowned for home-made Yong Tow Foo and specialty dry noodles topped with minced meat. A brand under Gao Ji Food, Koo Kee has satisfied many palates for over 60 years. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.gaojifood.com
Signature Dishes
Yong Tau Foo Yong Tow Foo
Review (6)
Level3 2018-09-20
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到新加坡探親,早上到牛車水遊客區附近飲茶,看看中秋裝飾。瞬間已是中午,剛行到珍珠坊食物中心,聽說高記的釀豆腐麺好吃,便去買了一碗,四元半坡紙,有炸釀豆腐、釀豆腐、黃金角及魚丸等,每款兩件,。因為早上飲茶吃了不少東西,還很飽,沒要麵。回到座位上,親戚說他們的麵爽口彈牙,不試試有些可惜,只好留待下次了。炸釀豆腐及黃金角最好吃,清釀豆付一般,但豆腐很軟滑,魚丸爽但沒魚鮮味。湯是非常清甜,湯面還灑了一把青翠葱花,很養眼。🌺 continue reading
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Level4 2016-06-15
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My colleague recommended me to Koo Kee when I do not know what to have for my dinner.The set included Kangkong with fermented bean sauce, standard bowl consists of a fish ball and 4 pieces of stuffed items and the star of the meal was the noodle with minced pork.The clear soup was intensely flavourful with hints of soya beans and ikan bilis. There was a lot of MSG in the soup because I was feeling thirsty after finishing the meal due to too much Sodium in the soup and I have to drink more water to balance up myself. The YTF pieces were ordinary, but I liked them vey car the ingredients are fresh.Yummy noodles because this is slightly different from the usual yong tau foo where we get to pick from a variety of ingredients laid out before our eyes.The chili and sweet sauce are good, but not fantastic. continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-20
80 views
Love the yong tau foo here, wish that they give more noodles though, the noddles were deliciously flavourful but I ate all of them in like 4 or 5 spoonfuls? Noodles were springy and nice, the fishball, taufoo etc were pretty god as well. But the noodles were the star. The spinach was quite delicious as well but i prefer to eat them with rice and not noodles. Overall, a good place for lunch. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-10
42 views
There were many Yong Tau Foo stalls in People's Park Food Centre. One of them was Orignal Koo Kee Yong. I had ordered a set with dry yong tau foo and kang kong.The noodle tasted good, slightly spingy with generous pork lard oil and mince pork. The dry yong tau foo was deep fried with boiled soya beans and savory sauce. The deep fried tofu fillings were a mixture of pork meatand fish   paste. There was also pork ball, it was made of the same tofu fillings. Both tasted good with marinated seasoning, the mixed meat was bouncy to bite on.The kang kong had thick fermented bean sauce. The sauce tasted spicy and salty, it went well with the kang kong.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-30
45 views
The FoodI ordered the standard Yong Tau Foo dry version which come with some minced meat and thin noodles (Mee Kia). The ingredients are standard (Fried Ngoh Hiang, Tau Pok, beancurd) and cannot choose or pick your own ingredients compared to other stalls. The chilli and the sweet sauce are nice and and have the sweet sauce and chilli dispenser outside which you can take how much you want hence is quite unique. As for the soup is very rich and flavourful with soya beans and ikan billis. The Mee Kia is blanched with the right temperature hence is so springy in texture.The PriceReasonably priced at $3.00 onwards for the freshest handmade ingredientsOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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