"Gourmandism is an act of judgement, by which we prefer things which have a pleasant taste to those which lack this quality." – Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

Niang Dou Fu

Restoran Yong Tao Fu Sam

My favorite niang tou fu stall in Seremban.

Each item is 90 cents. Niang toufu items are always filled fully with marinated meat. The meat is usually mixed and made by the stall themselves unlike the homogeneous white tasteless meat bought from some wholesalers in Singapore. Items are so chunky, you feel like you are eating every cent of your money’s worth.

You can order it with “lai fan”, bee hoon, kuay tiao, yellow mee or rice. It comes with fragrant dark soy sauce and minced meat.

After selecting the items, the stall will heat up either by cooking in the soup or deep-frying the items again.

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Restaurant: Restoran Yong Tao Fu Sam 亚生酿豆腐餐室
Address: 1851 Taman Ujong, Jalan Tok Ungku, 70100 Seremban Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Opening hours: 730am – 330pm. Closed on Tuesdays.

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Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok Kway Teow Mee / 老福林酿豆腐

Finally had a chance to go have lunch with my colleague who has been sitting beside me for almost 2 years! And I’ve been hearing a lot of this niang dou fu for very long, but have yet to taste it. So here I am today!!

The noodles that I chose was their thick bee hoon, which they are famous for. Then a braised sauce with minced pork is poured onto it. There are a variety of niang dou fu items that you can choose from ranging at 50 – 60 cents per piece. Then you take a seat while they serve you. The waiting time isn’t too long.

The niang dou fu pieces are deep-fried quickly to obtain a layer of crisp. So even if you chose a non-fried piece, it will eventually become fried crisp-ily. All the pieces are then served on a big plate, with the same braised sauce with minced pork poured over it. I love their bittergourd and brinjal!! Yum yum!! Actually every piece is yummy!

Heh… thanks for my colleague! It was his treat that day!

Beside this stall, is the mee pok stall. They also sell good fishball noodles and pak chor mee. However, I shan’t comment too much. Otherwise I’ll be over-rating them. The teh-bing and kopi-bing they sell is super nice too!!

Stall name: Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok Kway Teow Mee / 老福林酿豆腐
Address:
Mee Pok: 308 Bedok Road (Simpang Bedok), Bedok Shopping Complex
Niang Dou Fu: 310 Bedok Road (Opposite Shop ‘N’ Save)
Closed on Mondays.