Bai Nian Niang Dou Foo 百年酿豆腐 is easily one of the most popular hawker stalls with the longest queue at Albert Food Centre.

Its fame was largely to food bloggers and instagrammers who raved about this ‘hidden’ place a few years back.

I have supported this Yong Tau Foo since the ‘good-old-days’ when it had outlets at People’s Park Food Complex and Albert Food Centre, and enjoyed the simplicity and quality of the pieces.

Now, it has a couple of branches in Singapore (from Viva Changi Business Park, Yishun, to Clementi), and perhaps standard has not been as consistent as before. (The 2nd generation owners also opened a eatery called Nic & Tom at Serangoon Garden, which was previously known as “Fu Er Dai” – not that best name for a restaurant if you asked.)

There are a number of online reviews on the increase in pricing, but I guess that is inevitable with the expansion.

Unless most other Yong Tau Foo stalls where you can pick ingredients to your liking, the bowl here ($4.90 – 5.90) comes with fixed choices from bitter gourd, prawn paste, pork paste, beancurd, and a combination of “gold, white and black” rolls.

The ‘white’ stands for fish, ‘black’ for pork, and ‘gold’ combination of prawn and pork.

Note that it is only available with bee hoon, so you cannot choose other carbs such as noodles or kway teow.

My favourite item is the prawn paste pieces (like prawn balls), which have that sweet taste and succulent bite.

There is a certain element of freshness and bounciness that made the two pieces very appealing.

Also a favourite is the bittergourd meatball, which is braised with pork then lightly deep-fried.

Surprisingly, you won’t find that strong bitter taste in the piece.

What draws customers would be its clean-tasting clear soup that is both light and flavourful, cooked with soya bean and anchovies, and said not to contain added MSG.

I also enjoyed that there is quite a handful of fresh chopped spring onions added, which helps cut the richness and greasiness (if any) of the soup.

Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu
270 Queen Street #01-106 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre, Singapore 180270
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

32 New Market Road #01-1144 People’s Park Complex Food Centre Singapore 050032
Opening Hours: 9am – 7:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Viva Business Park #01-25, 750 Chai Chee Rd, Singapore 469000
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Blk 504 Bishan Street 11 #01-444 Singapore 570503
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Yishun Ring Rd, Blk 105, Singapore 760105
Opening Hours: 7am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

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3 COMMENTS

  1. 百年 not just longest queue at Albert Food Centre for yongdaofu, got 猪脚飯 in next row also very long queue! 😅 You should come review too, but too bad i cant whatsapp you a photo. Go get a spare phone for easier comment can? 😆

  2. Some of the Chong Pang hawker staffs are rude… and do not know how to respect others even the elderly. This is my past experiences and today one of the hawker staff due to some minor argument with me snatched away the food from me and returned the cash to me and shouted at me that I shouldnt patronise the stall ever again and I can call their boss to complain. What right does she have to say all these… she is not the owner.
    I felt bullied as a human and an elderly.
    93806793 Mandys

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