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Yong Tau Foo
Review (8)
Level4 2013-12-28
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It is always worth queuing for good food. The snaking queue at Xiu Ji is quite slow, but for the love of my favorite ikan bilis yong tau foo, Im more than willing to wait. Queued for an average of 30 mins which is still acceptable to me. I have always preferred the dry version of yong tau foo, so I chose the 7 pcs for $3 with bee hoon/noodles. Actually there is no sweet sauce or chili on the bee hoon like other dry yong tau foo noodles but surprisingly it was not bland, in fact it really tasted good with just the ikan bilis on it. Love the crunchy fragrant ikan bilis!!! I was eating there when they were frying the ikan bilis and was really tempted to scoot off with the wok of mouth-watering delish goodness! The attitude wasnt very good especially that of one elderly auntie, she scolded and pushed my friend who was waiting for the food just coz she was in her way. I know I cant expect service from such a busy hawker stall, and she probably don't mean any harm but it sure doesn't feel good to be treated like this when we are buying food from them. Other than that, we still love the yong tau foo here! Cheap and good! continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-13
57 views
The FoodAs the stall is located at corner, I see the long queue before I see the stall.What I like about this stall is quite different & unique, totally different from other yong tau foo stalls.Firstly, it is sprinkled with freshly fried and crispy ikan bilis that gives the dish a savoury crunch. Secondly, The four ingredients – tofu, stuffed beancurd skin, taupok and fishball – are handmade with the freshest ingredients.Lastly, the soup is light in taste with no MSG. Seems that the soup is cooked for many hours to give a sweet & tasty flavor. At first, I thought the bee hoon taste will be bland due to just a bit of light soya sauce being poured over it. When I have my 1st bite, I was surprised that the bee hoon combined with the ikan billis gives such a wonderful flavor !!!The ServiceEven though I went on weekends morning, the queue is super long. But the service is still good as the auntie who takes down order is friendly and fast.The AmbienceAlthough the stall is in a hawker center, i find that the place was well-ventilated and not stuffy hence still acceptableThe PriceReasonably priced at $3 per bowl, definitely worth the money and time to queue !!OverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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This stall probably needs no introduction for Yong Tau Foo fans! One of the most popular yong tau foo stall in Singapore, certainly one with the longest wait, longest queue.I have always wondered whats so good about this stall, I mean it is good, but certainly not that good to warrant a 1 hour wait in line. Nevertheless, I have to admit that I am quite a regular to this stall as my mum loves this place. Usually we would be here at an ungodly time of 630am so that we dont have to wait too long. The star of the show is certainly the delicious, very spicy chili and the ikan bilis! Simple goodness, this is how I would describe this stall. But for me, not worth 1 hour. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-17
53 views
This stall got the longest queue in this food centre! Though we went there very early but the queue already quite long. Unlike most Yong Tau Food stalls, we did not get to choose what we want to eat but only given the option to choose the type of noodles. We decided to try the yellow noodle and bee hoon and both tasted equally good. The soup has got a distinctive ikan bilis taste and the fishball, tau kwa / tau pok with fish paste and beancurd tasted very fresh. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-05
39 views
YUM is the word i can use to describe the yong tau fu at the famous Xiu Ji Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Fu located at chinatown food centre.You will never mis-locate this stall at the hawker centre as there will always be a long queue queuing up for the great yong tau fu goodness. Unlike the other yong tau fu stalls where you pick and pay for the ingredients you want, this stall serves their yong tau fu in standard sizes (small, medium, large) and you can choose to have it just on its own with their delicious yellow bean peppery soup, or with noodles! The yong tau fu is not only freshly made each day, but also has great texture! The fish ball is bouncy and the tofu is soft and smooth. Great! continue reading
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