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XIU JI IKAN BILLIS YONG TAU FU
Blk 335 Smith Street #02-87/88
Chinatown Complex Market
Operating Hours: Daily: 5.45am - 1.00pm
Something different for a Yong Tau Fu dish ...
Xiu Ji serves a different style of yong tau fu. It's simple yet delicious to eat.
You will be served with deep fried ikan billies !
I find the soup stock is simple yet delicious and the freshly made yong tau fu were heavenly.
Make sure you get a lot of their chilli sauce for the dry/wet kway tiow or meehoon and you will never go wrong with it.
Do expect to queue up in order to satisfy your cravings !
I would recommend you to go early in the morning before 8am so that the queue is shorter.
For first time foodies, you probably find it a little difficult to locate the stall.
Right at the far back near the public toilet ... you're most likely to be greeted with a long queue.
Wondering why are these people queueing up to use the toilet ?
Nope ... you are wrong.
The queue snake out from Xiu Ji Yong Tau Fu ! lol !
Xiu Ji occupies two stall spaces that are right beside each other.
#02-87 is used to prepare the fresh Yong Tau Fu and #02-88 is the source of the human queue.
For $3, you get a bowl of yong tau fu soup and a bowl of mee hoon with lotsa crispy fried ikan billis.