04 May 2008 at 4:18 pm
Yong Tou Foo seems to be one of my favourite food becasue it is not too heavy for lunch. I have tried both the soup and dried one with bee boon and thin noodles from Earth Kitchen at International Plaza during lunch time. I have patronised it several times. I love the stock and it comes with soyabeans, very tasty and the chilli sauce with added sambal paste. It’s a little oily but is fine with me. The stock and the sauce make the difference. There is tau pok (dried bean curd) stuffed with minced fish paste and is slightly deep fried and it is not soggy when it comes with the soup order. Next is the fish paste sandwiched between 2 pieces of bean curd skin and also the soft, smooth, silken tofu topped with minced meat and fish paste and my favourite big, crunchy fish ball. The standard menu comes with 5 pieces and with noodles/bee hoon at a price of $4.60. The pieces are of reasonable size but the price is a bit stiff. Nevertheless I enjoy the yong tou foo.
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