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  1. #111
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    Yong Xiang Xing Dou Fu




    Another Yong Tau Foo stall at People’s Park Food Complex that is spotted to generate a human chain during the weekday lunchtime peak. Yong Xiang Xing only serves one item with set ingredients i.e yong tau foo with soup ($3.50).

    The set consists of silky toufu, fishballs and taupok, with the absence of any noodles nor carbo fillings whatsoever. This is the perfect selection for a light, savoury treat or side dish in accompaniment with other good snacks when one frequents the People’s Park Food Complex.

    In fact, this is an ideal choice of meal for those who are on a diet – a dish that is low-fat, low carb and healthy.

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    32 New Market Rd, People’s Park Complex Food Centre, #01-1084, Singapore 050032

    OPENING HOURS
    Opening hours: 10am-4pm

    Telephone
    on land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old

    Signature: old-school yong tau foo

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    Kiat Huat Wanton Mee 吉发云吞面



    Dropped by at Haig Road Food Centre for Putu Piring and ended up with this old school wanton mee.
    Stall was around since 1977 dishing out Cantonese style noodles stirred in dark sauce with sesame oil. The spicy version has chilli with "hei bee hiam" in it and can be pretty hot for some.

    The specialty of this stall is the handmade egg noodles used which is really q... The wanton, be it fried or boiled, is pretty meaty.

    Serving is pretty ample too. This stall is one of the best too. Can really fright with Fei Fei.

    Rival wtm stall, Hoe Huat, is like only 2 stalls away, also has its own customer base.

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    Haig Road Market and Food Centre
    14 Haig Rd #01-62
    Singapore 430014

    OPENING HOURS
    Opens 10.30am-8pm
    Closed on Thursday

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old, lunch or dinner

    Signature: thin Q Q noodle

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    Fu Lin Yong Tofu@Food Republic



    Apart from the traditional Hakka and Ampang style yong tau foo, Fu Lin offers an interesting rendition of the dish, causing its yong tau foo menu to deviate from the norm. Here at Fu Lin, customers have the choice of having their yong tau foo items fried crispy and topped with a generous layer of chicken mushroom gravy that makes a thick dressing for the dish.

    The 6pcs Yong Tau Foo, Fried + Gravy ($5.20) is a dish that is very fragrant. Apparently the chicken mushroom sauce gives the ingredients a slightly spicy braised “lor” taste. One that is likened to that of lor mee. I very much love the thick starchy texture of the gravy which makes it unique from other YTFs.

    However, if you wish to go for something healthy, this is definitely not the style of yong tau foo to go. But if you’re the one who finds the normal yong tau foo too boring, Fu Lin’s fried yong tau foo with chicken mushroom gravy guarantees you a yong tau foo that’s so much more.


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    3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #B1-115, Singapore 038983


    OPENING HOURS
    Opens 10.30am-8pm
    Closed on Thursday

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old, lunch or dinner

    Signature: spicy braised “lor” taste

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    Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Fu




    Started out in 1982, Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Fu has more than thirty years history of establishment. It now has two branches situated at Lorong 1 and Lorong 8 Toa Payoh respectively. I tried the dry yong tau foo ($0.50 per piece, min 8 pieces) with kway teow.

    The highlight of the yong tau foo ingredients at this stall is that they are all very thick and rich in both flavour and content. I very much love the deep fried ngoh hiang, meatballs and tofus, indeed unique to this yong tau foo stall.

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    Blk 206 Toa Payoh North, Singapore 31026

    OPENING HOURS
    mon-sat: 6.30am-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old, breakfast, lunch or dinner

    Signature: special Young tau hoo

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    ABB ZABB



    Abb Zabb’s signature Tom Yum Lobster Noodle Combo ($38), which consists of one whole Boston lobster, tiger prawns, scallops, mussels and an entire squid generously stuffed with flavourful minced pork. You can choose between the traditional Thai glass noodles or instant noodles to pair with your combo. The fresh seafood packed a good amount of heat after soaking up the tom yum goodness that is the soup. Overall, the sweet and spicy flavours of the lobster noodle combo balance out nicely. For it’s price, it is a luxurious seafood spread that is definitely value-for-money as it feeds two sufficiently.

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    5001 Beach Road, #02-01 Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588

    OPENING HOURS
    12pm to 9pm daily.

    Telephone
    8666 6675

    AVERAGE PRICE: $10 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old,lunch or dinner

    Signature: la la, losbter

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    Seafood Platter @ Deanna’s Kitchen



    Opened by a couple, Deanna’s Kitchen is actually named after Deanna (Formerly known as Denise), a Chinese-Muslim convert who is married to a Malay Muslim. Deanna’s struggle to find Halal Prawn Mee formed the bedrock for the hawker concept, which eventually materialized on 9 June 2017. Asri recommended their off-the menu item – a Seafood Platter ($38.50) that is suitable for 3 to 4 people. Don’t be fooled by the picture, for this huge bowl of seafood goodness is fit for kings. The platter consists of one whole lobster, your choice of one crayfish or big prawns, peeled prawns, and clams amongst others. The broth was mildly flavourful, and the sweetness from the crustaceans was quite distinct. Although the lobsters were fresh and contained plenty of roe, they were a tad tough.

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    127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre #02-25, Singapore 310127

    OPENING HOURS
    Wednesdays to Saturdays 10am to 8pm. Sundays 9am to 2pm.

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $10 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old,lunch or dinner

    Signature: la la, losbter

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    Hong Heng Fried Prawn Sotong Mee 鸿兴炒苏东虾面




    Been a while since I came back to sample the Michelin-rated #bibgourmand fried prawn mee but still not one of my favourites... the attraction is that the queue line is one of the shorter ones on a Sunday... nonetheless congratulations to the achievements of a Singaporean hawker...

    Tiong Bahru Market.Plates of piping hot fried noodles served out daily by the "Uncle" from this stall are really FRIED here. The effort put into cooking up this brilliant plate of delicious hokkien mee is evidenced by the great care taken by this "Uncle" as he fries up a storm to ensure that the noodles have the charred flavour from the wok. The stock used is very flavourful, giving the noodles the fresh full flavour of prawns. He is also pretty generous with his prawns and sotongs and the seafoods served up are always very fresh. Be sure to go there early if you wish to have a plate as they often sell out fast.

    Taste is above average, cheap and good. Don't miss it

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    #02-01 Tiong Bahru Market, 30 Seng Poh Road, 168898

    OPENING HOURS
    Opens Tue-Sun 11am to 8pm
    Closes on Monday

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: all ages, young or old, lunch or dinner

    Signature: special chilli for it noodle

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    Soon Li Yong Tau Foo




    Soon Li Yong Tau Foo stall is known to be very elusive and only operates around midnight in Bukit Merah Food Centre when most of the other stalls have closed for the day. They stay open till around 3am and is gone again like the wind. Wait time typically takes 30 minutes or more due to the long queue, and the stallholders are grumpy as heck.

    Soon Li is recommended for sharing amongst supper friends (especially after a fun night out), and comes in a big metal bowl of delicious soup. Not entirely sure how they charge as it seems up to the auntie’s whim, but individual portions come up to about $5, while big metal bowls will come up to about $15.

    Ingredients tend to be more luxurious as well with stuff like sio bak and intestines, while the heartwarming soup is not to be missed.

    Firsts thing first, this Yong Tau Foo supposedly opens at midnight, and closes about 3am. HOWEVER, it can change its operating hours as and when.

    When I was at Bukit Merah View Hawker Centre about 11:30pm, there was already a clutter of people waiting around, but not in line yet.

    Points to note for the first timers
    – Stall opens around midnight or later (Was about 12:40am for me).

    – Best to go with at least one other person to command and conquer OR divide and conquer (Overheard: one to kiap, one to pay, one to elbow people, one to chope table.)

    – There are supposedly 2 queues – one to pick items on the right, one to pay on the left.

    – When the stall’s light turn on, customers would surge forward to pick ingredients.

    – Just take whatever fancies you. You are not choosing a husband/wife.

    – Put the orange bowl on the top the rack. That is the REAL ‘queue’. The bowls would be cooked in that order.

    Dont miss it.

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    Blk 115 Bukit Merah View , #01-78, Bukit Merah View Food Centre, Singapore 151115

    OPENING HOURS
    Daily 12 midnight to 3am

    Telephone
    no land line

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: supper hunter

    Signature: special sauce

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    TAN SER SENG HERBS (TURTLE) RESTAURANT 陳生成山瑞补品



    Tan Ser Seng Herbs have been around since 1940. They sells a range of soups, with the most popular being turtle soup and black chicken soup.

    Ser Seng Herbal was full house as usual this afternoon with customers spilling onto the fully occupied walkway outside

    Looking at the boss Ah Seng, I can't believe that he is 10 years my senior �� Must be the herbal turtle soup which Ah Seng still drinks every day ��

    Ah Seng's father started selling herbal turtle soup over seventy years ago with the large pot of soup and charcoal stove slung on a bamboo pole across his shoulders.

    Ah Seng, then 12 years old, joined his father when they set up a turtle soup push cart stall at the Orchard Road carpark of Singapore food lore (where 313@Somerset stands today). They then moved to Bukit Timah 7-Mile, followed by Tai Thong Crescent before settling here at Lor Bachok, off Geylang Lor 21

    Ah Seng's son, Allan is running the shop in Geylang with his dad and also brother-in-law. So, we are going to enjoy traditional turtle soup for another generation

    Ser Seng's herbal turtle soup has a good round body which is heavy from the dissolved collagen in the broth. The soup is well balanced between mild savoury and sweet with a gentle taste of Chinese herbs. Allan uses over 20 types of quality herbs to make this broth according to his grandfather's recipe. Kept warm in the clay pot, the soup is not greasy at all and I enjoyed drinking it to the last drop

    Tan Ser Seng's turtle has a texture between fish and pork - slightly stiffer than fish and softer than tender lean pork.

    The turtle's natural flavour is also between fresh fish and lean pork - like the flavour of fresh sea bass meat.

    Tan Ser Seng's turtle soup because of it's nice texture and mild herbal taste from quality ingredients. It's easy to like this turtle soup even for first timers.

    Dont miss it.

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    No. 29 Lorong Bachok (inside Geylang Lor 21), Singapore 387791


    OPENING HOURS
    Closed on Thu, Fri to Wed: 11.00am - 7.30pm

    Telephone
    6748 3953

    AVERAGE PRICE: $10 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch and dinner

    Signature: Black Chicken Herbal Soup and Cordyceps Chicken Soup

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    Thien Kee Steamboat Restaurant (黄金端记餐室)



    Thien Kee Steamboat Restaurant offers some of the best Steamboat, Asian and Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family gatherings and large groups.
    From Steamboat sets to Chicken Rice its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.
    Thien Kee Steamboat Restaurant is located in Golden Mile Tower along Beach Road.
    The Steamboat sets are all fairly standard and cooked food is complemented by the chili sauce.

    We know that Golden Mile is famous for Thai mookata steamboat. We were there to eat mookata one night and after eating, a friend commented that there was another yummy hainanese steamboat place at Golden Mile Tower called Golden Mile Thien Kee Steamboat, so we went for second round. Traditional Hainanese eateries are getting lesser these day and I really treasure the existing ones.
    It’s a shame that I have never heard of Golden Mile Thien Kee Steamboat even though I am a Hainanese.

    Golden Mile Thien Kee Steamboat is a well-loved Hainanese restaurant, famous for its traditional steamboat and chicken rice. Just like Yet Con, it is one of those eating place where a lot of Hainanese goes to because the flavour of the food there can provide that Hainanese nostalgia. When I enter the restaurant, I feel like home because the older staff talk to each other in hainanese and I understand them all!

    Each of us ordered a standard set which consists of pig liver, cockles, squid, sea cucumber, fish balls, fish maw, sliced pork, sliced fish, vegetables and eggs. I am quite surprised that they offer cockles here. You can add and minus items as you like. All the food is served a la carte instead of buffet style. Everything is amazingly fresh and the vegetables are crunchy.

    You can’t find any tom yam or herbal soup here, just simple traditional chicken soup. Nothing much to rave about, just a simple pot of clear chicken soup. Good thing is, I don’t think they add any MSG into their soup because we don’t feel thirsty after it.

    Dont miss it.

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    #B1-20 GOLDEN MILE TOWER, 6001 BEACH ROAD, 199589

    OPENING HOURS
    Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

    Telephone
    +65 62935910

    AVERAGE PRICE: $10 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch and dinner

    Signature: Hainanese Chicken Rice and Satay

 

 

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