Daily: 10.00am - 10.00pm
Dajie Niang Dou Fu offers different styles of niang dou fu, namely Hakka, Ampang, Tom Yam, Laksa, Black Bean Chili Sauces, and Soya Bean Soup. To accompany your soup, they also offer a wide variety of of ingredients to choose from. What's more, they're Halal certified!
chinese and malay combination food that found at near by neighbourhood. nice and simple meals that its filling with the gravy and the soup. different ingredient to be chose, its like yong tao foo. you all can try this/
There are a lot of variety of food you can choose from.
Niang Dou Fu or Yong tau fu literally means stuffed bean curd. These bean curd are usually stuffed with fish paste steam and boiled in soups, usually eaten with noodles or even rice.
Here you can choose the many different version instead of the more common clear stock made of anchovies or ikan bilis.
The have Ampang, Hakka, Normal clear soup, laksa and black bean sauce.
I'd normally go for Ampang as it is thicker sweeter and generally they deep fried everything you choose which is uncommon in normal Yong Tau Foo.
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We were craving for 酿豆腐 one evening and managed to find Da Jie Niang Dou Fu 大姐酿豆腐. Da Jie Niang Dou Fu 大姐酿豆腐 occupies a shop space on its own and besides 酿豆腐, it sells other common Chinese 煮炒 dishes. Besides the conventional soup 酿豆腐, Da Jie Niang Dou Fu 大姐酿豆腐 offers 6 different styles – Hakka, Laksa, Tom Yam, Ampang, Black Bean Sauce and Tomato Ketchup.
The spread of food choices was rather wide, perhaps even more comprehensive than those at hawker centres/coffee shops. We went for the Ampang and the conventional soup 酿豆腐. The Ampang sauce wasn’t any special, it tasted more of like some chicken gravy/stew used in other Chinese dishes. The food items were pretty fresh. What impressed and delighted us most was the chili sauce! The chili sauce was very different from other 酿豆腐 stalls. In fact, this chili is one of its kind. It had this very zangy, slightly sour, and spicy kick. It wasn’t rich in sambal or dried prawns, but somewhat exuded a mild turmeric taste.
The minimum order was 5 pieces ($3) and noodles/rice cost another $0.60.