6 Best Halal Yong Tau Foo In Singapore


Qistina Bumidin •  Aug 22, 2022

Comforting, nutritious and hearty are three words we would use to describe a bowl of yong tau foo! While there's plenty of halal yong tau foo stalls in Singapore, we're choosing some of the best in terms of range and quality of ingredients when you're in need of something souperlicious ?

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1. Jason Niang Dou Fu

Niang Dou Fu (also called Yong Tau Foo) is a traditional dish that usually consists of a DIY selection of vegetables, fishcakes, and other ingredients with rice or noodles ? But this small stall one street down from Fika takes it to the next level by offering up not just the traditional Yam Rice to eat with your chosen ingredients, but gravies in local flavours such as Laksa and Mee Goreng! They even offer Chee Cheong Fun (a type of Chinese rice cake) as another carbs option apart from the usual egg or rice noodles. Not convinced? Read our writer's experience of her meal at Jason Niang Dou Fu here! ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 321 Beach Rd, Singapore 199557

Opening hours: 10am-8pm daily


2. Mam Mam

Credit: Kedai Kopi

Kedai Kopi opened their third stall at Ang Mo Kio this year, and introduced a specialty yong tau foo stall that's been receiving nothing but rave reviews! Mam Mam is manned by two prolific chefs - Ponggol Nasi Lemak’s 3rd-generation owner Edmund Ang and Chef Sebastian Ng, the chef-cum-owner of Venue By Sebastian at Downtown Gallery, so you’ll be promised authenticity and premium quality at affordable prices! ? One dish you should try is their Signature Yong Tau Fu with Dry Hakka Noodle. The soup broth has been boiled over low heat for hours and pairs well with the slurp-worthy noodles! ? Pair it up with your favourite ingredients from the variety of fish balls, tofus, vegetables and more on offer, and you got yourself a light, wholesome meal ?

Halal status: All tenants will be required to be 100% Muslim-owned, or approved for halal-certification by MUIS.

Address: Blk 108 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, S560108

Opening hours: 7am - 11pm daily

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3. Bagus La Mian Yong Tau Foo

This restaurant has been serving up hearty bowls of Yong Tau Foo at affordable prices for residents living in the East! Serving up a range of ingredients such as fishballs, sausages, wantons and more, you'll be spoilt for choice ? A dish that you have to try is any of their spicy Yong Tau Foo bowls - either the Laksa or Tom Yum, both of which are always sold out before the store closes! It really hits the comfort spot especially - the blend of spices results in a flavourful broth that's simply addictive! ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 276 Changi Rd, Singapore 419756

Opening hours: 10.30am-9.30pm daily

4. Dou

Dou is the sister brand of Meixi’s Kitchen, a non-halal yong tau foo stall with numerous outlets in Singapore! By now you should already know what you can expect from a yong tau foo stall, however one thing that makes Dou stand out is that two of their outlets are opened 24 hours!

So now whenever the cravings hit, you'll know where to go! Don't forget to try their original chicken paste, which pairs amazingly with their fried ingredients! ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Addresses & opening hours:

Blk 693 Woodlands Ave 6 #01-10, Singapore 730693 (24hrs)

Blk 570A Woodland Ave 1 #01-01, Singapore 731570 (7am-9pm daily)

Blk 259 Bukit Panjang ring road #01-34, S(671259) (24hrs)

Blk 915 Tampines Street 91 #01-53, S(520915)(7am-9pm daily)

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5. Da Jie

Da Jie is one of the most well-known halal Chinese hawker stalls in Singapore! They're mainly known for their Niang Dou Fu (or Yong Tau Foo), and they even have the less common Ampang version ? Their menu also includes Laksa, Mala Hotpot, and even Chicken Rice so there's something for everyone! ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Addresses & opening hours:

354 Clementi Ave 2, #01-253, Singapore 120354 (1oam-9.30pm daily)

372 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-374, Singapore 650372 (1oam-9.30pm daily)

744 Yishun Street 72, #01-193, Singapore 760744 (1oam-9.30pm daily)

344 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469528 (5pm-2am daily)*

*Do note that the Bedok outlet may not serve Yong Tau Foo.

6. Bonus: Ah Lock Kitchen

We know that this is a lok lok stall, but we can't miss out on their unique dish: Hakka rice bowls! It is a fusion version of Hakka yong tau fu and thunder tea rice (traditional Hakka rice dish with vegetables and other toppings). Some of the recommended dishes are the Hakka tofu bowl and crispy chicken. The yong tau fu items are all handmade! ?

Don't forget to add on their speciality lok lok as well! Choose from a range of skewered food items like tofu, seaweed chicken, mushrooms, crabsticks, sausages and more! Once you've taken your pick, the food will be deep-fried and served with a range of sauces like peanut and chilli ?

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 573 Woodlands Drive 16, Singapore 730573

Opening hours: 8.30am-12am daily (lok lok only starts at 5PM)

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This is a sign for you to dig into a steaming, mouthwatering bowl of yong tau foo NOW! ? If you know any other places, feel free to let us know and we'll add it in! ? Meanwhile, if you're still craving even more soupy meals, why not check out these articles below as well?