Poy Kee Yong Tau Foo

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Poy Kee Yong Tau Foo

Post by dBs™ » Mon Jan 25, 2010 9:06 pm

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POY KEE YONG TAU FOO
Blk 32 New Market Road #01-1066
People’s Park Food Centre
Singapore 050032


People’s Park Food Centre houses three very popular yong tau foo stalls, all very well-known.
They sell the traditional kind of yong tau foo, not the fancy version where you pick from a whole buffet of factory-made stuff.

Poy Kee is among the top three in the food centre.
Probably due to the stall's location ... it's not as visible compared to the other two.
But the long long Q will tell you where they are located once you are in the food center.

The yong tau foo here are standard items of fishball, steamed beancurd with fish paste,
fried beancurd with fish paste, and fried beancurd skin fish roll.

You can choose to eat it with noodles, kway teow or mee hoon or just the yong tau foo soup alone.
The kway teow here is smooth ... noodles come served with fried anchovies crispy and fragrant !
The soup was a little on the oily side and not super flavorful ...
Lucky thing there is no trace of MSG ... so you won't feel thirty after eating it.

Be prepared to Q here too ..but at least the Q is shorter. ::x:

Another possible reason why the Q is forming at Poy Kee could be because the other so called "tastier" yong tau foo stall
start business at 1pm and they do not served the yong tau foo soup with noodles or rice.
This is also how I found out about Poy Kee ...
Don't want to Q and still crave for some traditional yong tau foo soup ...
Q at Poy Kee ! :lol:


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