联姐 who runs the popular kia teow kia stall at Kim Ling kopitiam in Taman Perling, also runs the yong tau foo 酿豆腐 stall.
联姐's Hakka styled yong tau foo stall serves an extensive range of yong tau foo and fried tofu. Everything at 联姐 is home-made.
The generous fresh fish stuffing in 联姐's yong tau foo pieces were light and sweet. Let's take a look at what's available.
Customers can pick any combination of these yong tau foo pieces and have them served in a savoury blended sauce of sweet, spicy and salty flavours, or in a tasty soup.
This time, I opted for the soup. The popular deep fried tofu skin were still crunchy even after soaking up loads of tasty broth.
The slightly cloudy soup base was made with soy beans, stock bones and anchovies.
I had "mouse" noodles 老鼠粉 for a change.
Kim Ling kopitiam is a convenient spot for group meals as it offers a wide variety of good hawker fare - there is something for everyone. Ample seating, indoors, al fresco and there is also an air conditioned section. 联姐's Yong Tau Foo stall adds to Kim Ling's already wide range of food choices available.
Restaurant name: 联姐 Yong Tau Foo 酿豆腐 Stall @ Kim Ling 金岭 Kopitiam
Address: 19, Jalan Simbang, Taman Perling, Johor Bahru
Hours: Hawker stalls operate from 7:00am to 2:00pm
(Closed on alternate Wednesdays)
Date visited: 17 July 2012