270 Queen Street
#01-106 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre
Singapore 180270

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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I have been eating Bai Nian for many years now! However, it has been around 3 years since I last ate it! (Used to frequent the stall at Chai Chee area after gym classes!) Happy to know that they have opened up another stall at Old Airport Food Centre now!

I think the prices have increased though. It is now $5.90 for the yong tau foo meal. What is so special about the yong tau foo here is that it is a fixed set that consists of various yongtaufoo items, as well as specialty such as prawn ball and meat balls. The Meat Balls are my favourite! Super love their spicy hot chilli sauce too!

This stall used to have a very very long queue at Albert Centre hawker, not sure if it is still the same now!

But I must say, over the years, the portions seem to have shrunk...

If you will like to try them, head to 01-154 at Old Airport Hawker Centre!

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People come for founders Andy and Amy Pang's delicious yong tau foo, and for their equally tasty chicken wings as well.
Served piping hot, the deep-fried chicken wings have a crisp crunchy batter, with moist and tender chicken meat.
Has enticing meaty spice savoury salty flavour that is rather addictive, kept reaching for more.
Unsurprising to see queues at their stalls during peak periods.
Chicken Wings
Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu
@ Albert Centre Market And Food Centre, 270 Queen Street #01-106
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Perfect Comfort food. It comes with ingredients such as prawn, pork, bitter gourd, meat tenders, beancurd etc. Eating this always leaves me satisfied, and the uncles and aunties have great service too. If you think the portion is too small, you can upsize to the $5.90 bowl, or get their set with chicken wing which is $6.30.

At first, I was a little skeptical about the fried chicken wing (part of the $6.30 Yong Tau Foo set) as it is pre-fried but all my doubts disappeared once I took the first bite - the chicken wing is moist and tender on the inside, crispy on the outside and oh so delicious. I’m quite surprised that the fried chicken wing fared so well in a yong tau foo stall - glad I didn’t give this a miss!

I usually like having my yong tau foo dry and tossed in chilli, but a rainy day like this calls for a comforting bowl of yong tau foo soup. The Yong Tau Foo Set ($6.30) comes with a standard bowl of yong tau foo bee hoon soup and a fried chicken wing.

Each bowl of yong tau foo comes with a fixed set of ingredients comprising of fried beancurd, stuffed bitter gourd and a variety of prawn, pork and fish paste rolls. The ingredients are fresh and my favourites include the crunchy prawn paste (虾滑) and the soft fried beancurd that soaks up the light but flavourful soup. The chilli sauce adds a fiery kick, which is much welcomed.

Overall, I wouldn’t say that this displaces my love for the conventional yong tau foo where you get to pick and choose your favourite ingredients and drench it in chilli, but it does check off the boxes for comfort food on a rainy day.

Got the $4.90 bowl, taste ok. Long queue but fast moving. The portion is a little small. I don’t see myself going back there for this again, average yong tau foo in my opinion.