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Last night made an impromptu decision to go Toa Payoh for yong tau foo dinner since my dad has good reviews for this stall. It was located at this small coffeeshop and there was already a short queue when i reach.First impression was the ingredients were all nicely and neatly arranged and it looks very fresh. I was actually not very hungry yet but it does open up my appetite a bit as i choose what i want. Didn't take a lot for this one so i just took dou miao, fried beancurd skin, beef ball, tou
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Last night made an impromptu decision to go Toa Payoh for yong tau foo dinner since my dad has good reviews for this stall. It was located at this small coffeeshop and there was already a short queue when i reach.

First impression was the ingredients were all nicely and neatly arranged and it looks very fresh. I was actually not very hungry yet but it does open up my appetite a bit as i choose what i want.

Didn't take a lot for this one so i just took dou miao, fried beancurd skin, beef ball, toufu with meat, yam, bitter gourd, cuttle fish and added bee hoon. Would love to add more but this was what i could handle last night.

First mouthful nothing special yet but as i slowly eat, it actually got tastier. The ingredients are fresh and that's very important. The chiili and sweet sauce are not too bad and compliment everything well. I heard from my dad if you like the yellow bean in the soup, you can just go and request for more.

Overall we spent about $17 for 4 bowls of yong tau foo. I don't mind coming if i am around the area =)
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Date of Visit
2014-03-21
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