Friday, November 9, 2007

Koo Kee Yong Tau Foo

I haven't had Koo Kee Yong Tau Foo (YTF) in a long while. What I really like is the thin but firm Hakka-style noodles topped with minced pork (or is it chicken these days, seems a bit dry). However, I don't seem to see Koo Kee YTF as often as before. Have they all morphed into the horrible Koo Kee Dumpling and Ramen outlets? Those shops always smell terribly rancid to me, so I've never tried them.

Anyway, the one Koo Kee YTF I do know that still exists (besides the food court stall at Singapore Expo and the original stall in Chinatown) is at Bugis Village, so I popped by to have a look. They seem to have upgraded their pricing and expanded into Japanese cuisine as well, in a bid to capture a wider audience. Unfortunately the food has taken a downturn. The noodles were too soggy for my liking, the YTF tasted bland and overly processed, and the prawn paste chicken a bit too...fishy. They have four types of set meals for S$7.90 - this was one of them. If you just want the noodles and YTF, it's S$6.90 - practically double the price of what they charge in food courts!

159 Rochor Road
Bugis Village



  1. i just saw another outlet at Compasspoint Foodcourt

  2. I have fond memories of the noodles from the People's park food centre. This YTF is what my aunt will order for us without fail when she brings us there to shop ( at OG). Have not tried the YTF now that they are in the foodcourts.


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