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Introduction
The stall is located at National University of Singapore continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 18:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Laksa Yong Tau Foo
Review (9)
Level1 2013-11-19
75 views
The nus arts yong tau foo stall always has a super long queue during lunch and dinner time. Having less than 15 people in the queue is already considered short. I patroned it today at abt 10am when it has just opened and there was no queue to try out how good it really is.The choices available all look really fresh and enticing! However, there was not much variety as I would have liked.The service is very organised and efficient.The laksa is quite good but the amount of laksa soup they gave was quite little.Overall, this is a healthy option and is worth the cheap price!  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-03
29 views
Yong Tau Foo at the Deck has always been the coveted stall everyone rushes to when the queue is relatively short (think: average at least 15 persons in front of you = the norm!!) They offer normal soup/laksa gravy (haven't gotten round to try this yet but its worth a shot) Prices are at 30c per pent, 40c for noodles and min 6 piece (min 8 piece for soup only!). Laksa gravy is additional 40c.One thing to know about this YTF: the soup is really sweet! It has a more sweet flavour than a savoury one. The choices for the ytf pieces are diverse so no complaints there. They also offer several kinds of noodles - kway teow, yellow mee, bee hoon etc. I like kway teow but this one seems abit flourry/rough (not really smooth:/) Eaten with the sweet sauce it resembles chee cheong fun!!Ps The chilli isnt too spicy so if you want a (slight) kick to your ytf this one's perfectly safe. continue reading
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ytf
Level4 2013-07-27
23 views
For ridiculously cheap and extremely good yong tau fu, one only needs to look at this yong tau fu at NUS' The Deck canteen. There is a wide variety of yong tau fu to choose from and for $1.50 you get 6 pieces. Add $0.30 to this and you can have it with noodles. Another $0.30 for the laksa gravy which is fantastic. The laksa gravy is fragrant and heavenly. I got the soup version as I was feeling healthy that day. The soup is delicious as well and you can taste the beans that they use. The downside is that you may have to wait up to 15 mins to get your food during lunchtime. There are 2 queues, one in which you wait to choose your food and the other where you wait to collect your food. There can be up to 20 people in one line at a time so that is testament to the great food that this stall serves up. I highly recommend this the next time anyone happens to be in NUS. continue reading
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Level3 2012-04-25
24 views
The Deck's Yong Tau Fu stall serves the best laksa in the canteen! More often than not, the queue can get insanely long especially during the lunch hours. Be sure to go very early, i.e. before 1130am or after 230pm or you'll have to wait in line for at least 15minutes. That said, the reason why people still queue up is because the food is really good. This bowl of laksa only cost me $2.40, with 7 ingredients and extra noodle! I like that the laksa sauce is pretty authentic and the chilli packs a punch too. continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-11
17 views
i wont say this yong tau foo store sell good stuff but i guess is the healthier choice in school so there is always a long queue during lunch time. the variety of dishes to choose from is actually quite limited so i will always select the same few dishes. the good thing is that the staff are normally quite generous with the noodle portion so is quite filling continue reading
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