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Koufu @ Toa Payoh Central

19 June 2008

In Toa Payoh Central, there's three plus one main food courts - Kopitiam near the library, Fork & Spoon opposite Courts and Koufu at HDB Hub. The "plus one" refers to the basement food court at HDB Hub, just under the MacDonald's, though it has very short opening hours and caters largely to the working crowd (the rojak is particularly famous here, and it IS very good indeed). Lunch today was at Koufu.

Vegetarian Food: 7/10

The vegetarian food here is pretty alright and affordable too, which explains why I bumped the score to a 7 despite a taste rating of 6.7. Granted, I only ate fried noodles, mock char siew and tofu, but still it tasted acceptable by a vegetarian stall's standards. I paid $3.50 for this, cheap!

Fried Noodles and Ngor Hiang: 6.5/10

Daphne ordered this first, which looked good and got me to head to the vegetarian stall to get noodles too (if you hadn't known, I don't eat pork). She got some fried yam thing (which she initially thought was fried ngor hiang till she tasted it), and two variants of fish cakes. The yam thing didn't go down very well but she liked the other two sides. Comparatively though, this was more expensive than mine - hers cost $5.

Koufu Food Court
#02-30 HDB Centre, Toa Payoh

Additional Comments
1. I've tried the "Thai" food next to the Japanese food. It isn't worth a try.
2. There's no Halal food in this food court, but there's a Malay cuisine stall that claims to have "no pork, no lard".

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