Rong Xing Cooked Food Stall: Take a Queue Number and Relak one Corner!

With AlecEE, Kat, iwatch_ueat, pk, smart and zanzoo

One sure way of making your stall stand out from the rest is to install a queuing system. We Singaporeans just love a queue. Well, we don’t actually love TO queue, but we love how the queue is such a reassurance that we are not going to experience some mediocre food that will waste our calories. (Sometimes this assumption is proven false)

So, a numbering system which we all have used before in the Doctor’s clinic is a symbol perhaps, of how successful the stall is. I wonder if some stalls have installed a queuing system as a means to attract more customers rather then to actually manage the queue? If I were to chance upon any stall with a queuing system, I would automatically assume that the food has to be good in order to warrant a queue numbering system, won’t you?

Anyway, I think the queue numbering system here is warranted. The Yong Tau Foo here is very good. The 40 or so items are all made on the premises and the owners take a lot of pride in the fact that they make their own fish and meat pastes as well as all the other items on the menu. We got there a bit late so there were only a few items left. I especially liked the handmade pork balls which were very savory and tasty. They use silken tofu for some of the items here, so it is really soft and silky and the soup has a strong taste of ikan bilis. 4.25/5

Conclusion

Another good Yong Tau Foo Stall which I can heartily recommend if you are around the area.


Thanks to Sen for video link!

Rong Xing Cooked Food
Address

Blk 6 Tanjong Pagar Road #02-04, Tanjong Pagar Mkt and Food Centre
Singapore

Opening hours:

7:00 AM to 2:30 PM

 
Closed:

Thursdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

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