Review: Jia Le Yong Tau Foo (Singapore)

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Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre Ghim Moh Food Centre Kovan 209 Food Centre West Coast Market Square Singapore

Jia Le Yong Tau Foo

sells yong tau foo with an assorted choice of noodles or rice. Curry yong tau foo is available too.

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Yong Tau Foo

Jia Le Yong Tau Foo sells yong tau foo with an assorted choice of noodles or rice. Seen above is with koko mee instant noodles. It comes with an assortment of freshly made yong tau foo pieces in a bowl of nicely flavoured soup.

The yong tau foo pieces with fish paste filling, is springy and nicely flavoured. The fishball is soft and smooth too. This bowl of yong tau foo is rather likeable.

Curry Yong Tau Foo

Instead of having clear soup, you can have curry served with your yong tau foo. Mee hoon is chosen here. An assortment of yong tau foo pieces is served in a bowl of nicely flavoured curry sauce containing bits of dried shrimps. This curry sauce tastes nice. I like it.


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