Review: Uncle Sim Traditional Yong Tau Fu (Singapore)

Uncle Sim Traditional Yong Tau Fu: Yong Tau Foo Soup & Noodles


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Uncle Sim Traditional Yong Tau Fu

serves yong tau foo with either noodles or yam rice. Really nice and likeable.

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Yong Tau Foo

Uncle Sim Traditional Yong Tau Fu serves yong tau foo with either noodles or yam rice. Seen here is with noodles chosen.

The bowl of clear soup is light and flavourful. I find that it tastes even better than some of the famous yong tau foo stalls out there. It is really nice! It contains some vegetables and an assortment of yong tau foo pieces.

The tofu with fish paste is soft and smooth, and its fish paste is springy. The tau pok with fish paste has nice flavours of the soup, and its fish paste filling is soft and smooth. The flat tau kee has a smooth and springy layer of fish paste sandwiched in between its skin. The fishball is soft, smooth and springy. The meatball is surprisingly very soft and smooth too. It contains some tiny bits of chilli and spring onions. All of them are really nice and likeable, especially the meatball.

Served alongside the bowl of yong tau foo soup is a bowl of tossed noodles containing minced meat, vegetables and a piece of ngo hiang. The noodles is cooked a bit softer but still fairly springy, and it is very nicely flavoured. The minced meat is meaty and flavourful. Mixed it well with the noodles and it tastes lovely! The ngo hiang has a firm texture and is flavourful with underlying yam flavours and crunchy water chestnut bits. It is likeable.

A small dish of sweet sauce with dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste is also provided on the side. It pairs really well with the various yong tau foo pieces, and the tossed noodles too, whichever way you want it.

This yong tau foo is definitely one of the better ones around. Highly recommended!


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