yong tau foo

Didn’t know what to have for lunch today so I decided to try this yong tau foo stall, which also sells fishball noodles, at Tiong Bahru Market. Since there were very few yong tau foo items left, the auntie gave me some fishballs. In keeping with my low carb diet, I did not ask for any rice or noodles. The portion below cost me $3.50.

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Apparently, the stall owners make their yong tau foo and fishballs by hand. The items made with fish paste had a pleasant springy mouthfeel. The mixture of sweet and chilli sauces added to the overall savouriness. And the lard, crunchy pieces of lard! In all, a super delicious bowl of yong tau foo.

But alas, the stall seems to suffer from hygiene issues. The auntie picks the pieces of yong tau foo with her bare hands, and handles money after that. Eeks. Not sure if I would patronize them again, no matter how tasty! Meanwhile I shall call them the ‘unhygenic yong tau foo stall’, to differentiate them from the other yong tau foo stall in Tiong Bahru Market.

Hui Ji Fish Ball Noodle ·Yong Tau Foo
30 Seng Poh Road
#02-44
Tiong Bahru Market
Singapore 168898

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