Who says healthy food cannot be tasty? Da Jie Niang Dou Fu serves fresh Niang Dou Fu which are absolutely delicious and one of the healthier meals which are a favourite among locals!
Da Jie Niang Dou Fu is a halal-certified eating-house where customers of all races and religions can enjoy their good food at reasonable prices.
It is the only place in Singapore where diners can get to try the different styles of Niang Dou Fu. Unlike conventional yong tau foo stalls/ restaurants, Da Jie Niang Dou Fu offers five styles for you to choose from; choices include Hakka, Ampang, Laksa, Tom Yam, and not forgetting the normal Soya Bean Soup!
Ordering was fuss free; choose the ingredients you want, inform the cashier the style of Niang Dou Foo and whether you would like to add noodles (yellow/bee hoon/kway teow/laksa noodle) or rice, pay, collect the number plate and then wait for your yummy food to arrive! 🙂
Enough said, let’s get to the part which I am most excited for, the FOOODDDDDD!!!!
The combination of the Laksa gravy and the ingredients made this dish especially enjoyable. The TauPok soaked up the fragrant Laksa gravy, giving it a wonderful spongy texture when I bite into it. The Laksa gravy was very good too. It was mildy spicy, rich and flavourful!
These are the ingredients I chose for the Ampang-style Yong Tau Foo. This unique flavour made every ingredient in the dish so much tastier with the starchy brown gravy poured all over it. The combination of the authentic flavour, sweetness and fragrance was delicious and it has always been my all-time favourite!
How tempting this dish looks! Not only does it look appetizing, the chicken was very well marinated with the dried chilli and spices. There are other styles of Gong Bao Chicken recipes which are generally stir fried, but the chicken for this dish was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. This style was indeed satisfying and stood out for me because of how well the dish managed to retain its flavours.
Assam fish is known to be sweetened with many shallots and the tangy tamarind-based sauce is a perfect match for thick cutlets of fish such as mackerel. This dish was no different with its aromatic qualities arising from its generous blend of spices added in. What is special about this dish was that the fish used are chunks of fresh stingray meat which was very soft and tender. This totally stood out from other Assam Fish I have tried before and I love it. What’s more, the combination of the chilli, gravy and slightly sourness flavour made it really distinct and special!
The texture of the tofu was firm and crispy, with a nice light brown colour to it. The combination of the bold Thai flavours made it sweet and delicious. My siblings and I definitely enjoyed this dish.
A typical vegetable dish cooked with spicy chilli paste, Da Jie Niang Dou Fu’s Sambal Kang Kong was not too spicy and just nice for our taste buds.
This place is definitely a MUST-GO when you wanna try a different style of Yong Tau Foo or some yummy Chinese cuisine food! I love how unpretentious these dishes look, yet they definitely tasted good.
Thank you Carol and Xiao Feng for hosting us, I was honoured to be invited for the food tasting session together with my siblings. It was such a wonderful and hearty dinner which we enjoyed ourselves to the fullest!
2nd outlet at
Blk 372 Bukit Batok Street 31
Contact Number: +65 6896 4569
Happy eating! <3
With lots of love,
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