One of the surprise new entrants to the Michelin Plate Singapore is Loong Kee Yong Tau Fu 龍記釀豆腐 located at Jurong West 505 Food Centre.
I have tried many famous Yong Tau Foo stalls in Singapore, but I suppose Loong Kee belongs to one of the more unheard ones to the general public.
The Yong Tau Fu goes for 60c per piece with a minimum order of 5 pieces, which is pretty reasonable.
Other than the typical dry and soup versions, customer can order it with Laksa and Chee Cheong Fun. The stall also sells Laksa and Lor Mee, which are quite many things for a small place.
There are quite a number of items of display, but those that stand out are the Deep-Fried Tau Kwa and Fried Meatballs. (I base this on observations on what other customers pick, what the hawkers were busy refilling.)
A slight feedback I have is that the utensils (chopsticks and spoons), saucers and sauces (sweet and chilli) are placed at various places and heights, so a non-regular customer may need some time to assemble everything, causing a slight ‘jam’ at the back.
The Deep-Fried Tau Kwa were indeed not bad, slightly crispy on the outside while maintaining its softness on the inside, and made tastier with some stuffed meat on the top.
As for the Fried Meatballs I had high expectation for due to its appearance and size, was slightly disappointing as they were more starchy and floury than meaty.
Plus point is Leong Kee will separate the fried and soup items, so that the crispiness of some items would retain.
Loong Kee Yong Tau Fu 龍記釀豆腐
Hong Kah Point, 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-31, Singapore 640505
Opening Hours: 6:30am – 8pm (Mon – Wed, Fri – Sun), Closed Thurs
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