Review: Jia Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo (Singapore)

Jia Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo: Hakka Noodles with Yong Tau Foo Soup & Har Cheong Gai



Jia Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo

serves hakka style yong tau foo with noodles or rice. Har cheong gai too. Nice!


Yong Tau Foo

Jia Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo does hakka style yong tau foo with noodles or rice. Above is their yong tau foo with hakka noodles. The yong tau foo comes with tau kwa, tau pok, prawn roll, prawn ball and meatball. Bitter gourd is also available but wasn’t included for this. A bowl of tossed hakka noodles comes together with the bowl of yong tau foo.

The tau kwa is fairly soft with a soft minced meat filling. Likewise for the tau pok, it has a soft minced meat filling and it soaks up the nice soup flavours. The prawn roll has a meaty filling with crunchy water chestnut bits and tastes nice. The prawn ball is made of real prawns, and you can even taste chunks of prawn meat. It is nice! As for the meatball, it is soft, meaty and flavourful. It is nice as well. The pieces of yong tau foo are served in a bowl of lightly flavoured soup with a tint of soya bean flavours. It is topped with some chopped spring onions. I like this bowl of yong tau foo soup.

The accompanying bowl of hakka noodles is tossed with crispy pork lard and is has rather nice seasoning flavours. The noodles is fairly firm and sprin, and is topped with braised minced meat and some chopped spring onions. The braised minced meat has really nice braised flavours. Very likeable.

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Har Cheong Gai

Har cheong gai is also available as a side here. This har cheong gar is nicely marinated with flavours of prawn paste. It is deep fried until a golden crisp with crispy and airy skin. Its meat is soft and moist. It is nice, and recommended add-on.


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Jia Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo


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