Not as good as few years back but then.....
I have eaten at this quite a number of times before.Few years back this yong tau fu wowed me.And I was quite a regular here.Till the standard started to dropped.... I slowly stopped patronizing...Now after some years,here I am ... I tried twice....
You can be easily fooled by the low patrons queuing at the stall.For orders had been already placed and the piles of plates can be scary.
Though the standard for me,might have dropped but this stall still draws the crowds and waiting time can be over 30 minutes even after of peak hour.I was there around 2.20p.m and 2.30p.m,waited around 30 minutes for my yong tau fu.
They have a very large variety of both meaty fried and fish paste stuffs. And all the stuff I had were quite nice.
Their once super siok meatballs has shrunk quite alot.But with raising prices who can blame them.
Having not eaten here for so long.The meatballs and mini ngoh hiang,in fact all the fried items certainly tasted heavenly.The flavouring,seasoning of the minced meat is just to good to be ignore.Certainly the fried items here are a must try.
The 2 times I had,the sweet sauce was abit unbalance in taste.The first time was very nice well balance.The second time it had a slight after taste to it.The chilly sauce on both occasion was very good,not hot spicy but certainly added to the taste and flavour.
The pricing were reasonable.Mine was around $4.50-$5.00.All the stuffs I had were very nice.
Overall if you have not eaten here some years back.Then it won't make much of a difference
Though it may not be as good as few years back,but then simply just comparing with some of the the well known yong tau fu stalls around,this stall is still there with them. .
Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Foo
Blk 116 Toa Payoh Lor 2
5.00p.m - 8.30p.m
closed on Tuesday