Popular soy beancurd and youtiao supper spot Yong He Eating House has officially opened their Toa Payoh branch.
News of the outlet's opening was shared on the Facebook group Toa Payoh Makan Places, with customers highlighting long queues.
A queue was also spotted on Sunday (Nov. 21) morning, according to one post:
Takeaway concept with a limited menu
The outlet is the first of three takeaway spots by the original Yong He Eating House at Geylang, which has been serving up breakfast and supper favourites since 1986.
Mothership understands that the Toa Payoh branch was slated for opening by mid-November.
Two other branches in Sengkang and Jurong West will open over the next few months.
Unlike the original, the takeaway outlets have a much smaller menu that focuses on different types of shaobing (Chinese flatbread) and their signature soy milk.
According to customers who have gone down to the outlet, the soy milk in the Toa Payoh outlet is only served chilled.
Customers can choose to make it a set meal and will have to wait approximately 5 minutes for their shaobing to be toasted.
Flavours include savoury options such as braised pork with youtiao, or and sweet options such as red bean paste and kaya.
Prices range from 50 cents for youtiao, to S$5.90 for a beef sauce with youtiao combo meal.
Yong He Toast (Kiosk)
Address: Blk 177 Toa Payoh Central #01-154, Singapore 310177
Tuesday to Sunday: 9am - 4pm, or sold out
Top photo via Kelvin Ooi and Michael Ng/Toa Payoh Makan Places Facebook group
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