Friday, May 3, 2013

喜相逢, Xi Xiang Feng Yong Tou Fu

It is always exciting to watch queues outside of food stalls. If you are hungry at Blk 724, Ang Mo Kio Food Centre Ave. 6, jump right in front of this Yong Tou Hu stall, select your ingredients, pass it back to the stall owner before joining the queue for collection.

If you are troubled and have no peace, Jesus will give you peace - the sticker on their signboard say so. Amen!

 Yong Tou Fu Noodle, Soup ($6.60 for 2 bowls)

Yong Tou Fu Bee Hoon, Dry

The 30 mins of waiting in line begin to trouble us... before peace of satisfaction reign in after the frenzy of receiving these delicious looking bowls. It was eyes catching that the soup bowl came, lavished with loads of soft soy beans and giant anchovies! Drink up!

And we can't be more convinced now that the queue was not bogus; this stall does serve good fresh Yong Tou Fu ingredients (both the fried stuffs and those of the raw fish paste) with robust soup or tangy sweet sauce option. Try their special bee hoon that's firm and springy or the uncommonly suggested cheong fun.

I would really love to return for their Yong Tou Fu, with an extra of chee cheong fun!

1 comment:

Tom said...

Rude And Unscrupulous Hawkers From Xi Xiang Feng Yong Tau Foo stall In Ang Mo Kio

I ordered from this Xi Xiang Feng Yong Tau Foo stall in Ang Mo Kio two weeks ago, getting myself a 6-items bowl, consisting of seaweed chicken, tau pok, bean curd, cutter fish and kang kong and bee hoon, and I was charged $3.70.

Last week, I bought the same 6-items bowl and was charged $3.80. I politely questioned the male hawker about the price increase, to which he resorted, "There is no increase leh." And I kept quiet.

Today (31st March 2018), I purposely selected the same 6 items and to my nasty surprise, I was charged $4. I requested him to calculate again, informing him that I had been wrongly charged because in the past the prices were $3.70 and $3,80 respectively for the same items. Upon hearing that, the two male hawkers manning the stall turned nasty and hysterious, scolding me for making an enquiry and rudely told me not to patronise their stall again.

I ended up paying $4 for the bowl of Yong Tau Foo, wondering if there is an organisation which controls price discrepancies especially for food items that do not come with price tags.