I have tried better taste at many other places than this place. Taste like those packed ones which I may get from supermarket.
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It was weekday lunch and crowd was ok, weekend crowd will be more & supercrowded some says. Good food, all the fish paste and assam laksa noodle are delicious :)
Going after for the hometown made 'Yong Tau Fu' and difference types of noodles for brunch or lunch.
Loved their fried food. But please watch out as you may find fallen leaves in your bowl of noodles as the tables are all under the big trees. Do not come during the peak lunch hour as it could be hard to get a table.
Yong Tau Foo is great. Also deserve mentioning are the fried beehoon, hor fun and fragrant oyster egg. Yum.. The Chee Chong Fun is not too our liking. The mushroom sauce is too light but the Chee cheong fun alone is great. Bet u with plain soy sauce and oil, it will be a hit...
This place very unique....popular with tong tau fu. Q very long daily. Popular choice among local and tourist. Besides yong tau fu this place got nice red beans iced and ai yu ping and pang tai wun drink (green herbs drink) good for hot day! Assam Laksa nice too.
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