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Sungei Wang Ampang Yong Tau Foo

28 January 2008

This is my favourite stall for yong tau foo, which, for our non Singaporean guests, is a mix of self chosen (often) seafood or soup ingredients. Recommended by local media, as the stall so boasts, it is little wonder why it often has a regular line of loyal customers like us - for me I get a craving for it once a month!

The special thing about this yong tau foo stall is that they deep fry for you ingredients that are meant to be deep fried rather than boiled eg. sausages, fried eggs, pre fried tauhu. And they have sotong you tiao too, which when fried is oh so good!

Ampang Yong Tau Foo: 9/10

This is what I always have, because I feel putting the newly deep fried ingredients back into soupy bases would only serve to moisten them unnecessarily. This "ampang" gravy has a unique sweetness to it, and normally I would add a little more zest to it with a dash of pepper.

If you look closely, I outdone myself surely by choosing every possible fried stuff. Not really, but often times, I stick to my favourite order of at least the usual three sotong you tiao, two sausages and one fried egg. Sinful? Not really, because it feels like heaven =)

Laksa Yong Tau Foo: 8.5/10

While I usually stick to the "ampang" gravy, Daphne likes hers with a spicy laksa base. In the picture(s) above, you can see that the both of us are just pigging out on the fried stuff really.


Usual yong tau foo fare. $0.50 per piece, minimum of 7 pieces. Additional $0.50 (each) for curry gravy/rice/noodles. Mine and hers cost $4.50 each. Very cheap considering how much we enjoyed our dinner.

Sungei Wang Ampang Yong Tau Foo
Stall No.5
Suntec Fountain Food Terrace
Suntec City Basement One

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