Review: Eunos Yong Tau Foo (Singapore)

Eunos Yong Tau Foo: Assorted Yong Tau Foo with Yellow Noodles & Soup

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Eunos Yong Tau Foo

offers a wide variety of yong tau foo pieces. Choice of noodles in either dry, soup or laksa gravy. Nice.

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Yong Tau Foo

Eunos Yong Tau Foo offers a wide variety of yong tau foo pieces. Seen above is fishball, fish cake, fried meatball, fried wanton, tau kee roll, tau pok with fish paste and fu chok, served with yellow noodles. It is worth noting that the fried yong tau foo pieces are fried again, when placing your order, to make them warm and crispy.

The fishball is smooth and springy, and the fish cake has nice savoury flavours and a crispy skin. The tau pok contains a soft fish paste filling. The meatball is soft and meaty with nice flavours and a nice crispy skin. The fried wanton has a crispy skin and soft fish paste filling. The tau kee roll is firm and chewy inside with nice crispy outsides. Likewise for the fu chok, it is deep fried with a nice crisp.

These are served with yellow noodles that is tossed with just oil. You can add your own soft soya bean toppings and sauces to it. On the side is a dried shrimp flavoured chilli sauce and a sweet sauce, as well as a bowl of nicely flavoured soup.

This is a rather nice serving of yong tau foo. The laksa version will be for another day.


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