At yong tau foo stalls, rice or noodles are typically offered as the carbo filler. But chee cheong fun? Now that’s something we don’t often see! This stall at Amoy Street Food Centre is one of the rare few that offers the extra option of chee cheong fun. If your order is for dry yong [...]
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Posted in inSing.com HungryGoWhere feature articles on Aug 15th, 2010
My mom used to make her own fishballs and fish cakes at home. She still does, but not as often, due to age and declining health. Sometimes, she’d set aside some fish paste to make yong tau foo, and I’d help her to stuff them. Taupok was the easiest. The trickiest? Bittergourd rings! These days, [...]
People say there’s no such thing as cheap and good. Guess what? There’s this famous yong tau foo stall in Bedok South Food Centre that’s really cheap and good! Where else can you buy yong tau foo that starts from $1.50 an order?
In People’s Park Food Centre, there are 3 yong tau foo stalls, all very well-known. They sell the traditional kind, not the modern version where you pick from a whole buffet of factory-made stuff. And since when did thawed chicken franks become part of yong tau foo (YTF)? Anyway, years ago when I worked in [...]