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Yong Tau Foo

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Viva Business Park 750 Chai Chee Road, #01-25 Singapore 469000 

Hakka Chinese yong tau foo is a heritage dish in Southeast Asia. Here, it comes with rice vermicelli (米粉), prawn paste ball (oval ball-shaped), pork paste ball, mixed meatball, and tau kee (bean curd skin with meat paste) in the flavored soup. For utmost freshness, each of the meat paste balls is scooped on the spot. This handmade yong tau foo is worthy of it!


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