Each Yong Tau Foo piece (minimum 5 items) is priced at 90 cents. One of the items that I chose was the fried fish, and I was not disappointed. There are Yong Tau Foo stalls that wouldn’t bother, but Jason Niang Dou Fu took the extra effort to fry the fish separately instead of throwing everything into the soup to cook. I liked the crispy and thick batter that nicely coated the fillet. Albeit small, the Yam Roll is yet another noteworthy item. The yam filling was generous and the texture was just right – not too watery and not too lumpy. My personal favorite was the homemade fried otah. It is the otah-mate food item that I will be back for.
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