Yong Tau Foo
181 Yong Tau Fu sells quite an assortment of yong tau foo for your selection. Comes with choice of usual noodles in soup or dry versions. This is their soup version with mee hoon and it comes with a saucer containing both dipping sauces, chilli and sweet sauce.
The yong tau fu items chosen are an assortment of fishballs. flat fish cakes and tofu skin roll, served in a bowl of light clear soya bean flavoured soup with mee hoon. All the items made using fish paste are really good. Nice savoury flavours that are not too salty, with a nice soft and lightly springy texture. Can tell that these are handmade and not factory supplied stuff. Recommended.
Instead of regular soup, you can pay a little extra and opt to have laksa gravy for your yong tau foo. I’ve chosen an assortment of fried items here with their fishball and fried flat fish cake to go along with yellow noodles and laksa gravy. The fishball and fish cake as usual are really nice. The fried stuff are quite disappointing though as they aren’t fried to order and are no longer crispy, especially when soaking up the laksa gravy. I strongly recommend sticking to their fish paste stuff which are really good.
The laksa gravy is pretty amazing too. It is mildly spicy with strong flavours of dried shrimps. Can literally taste bits of dried shrimps in the gravy. Very nice!
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181 Yong Tau Fu