Fatty Mok Hakka Yong Tau Foo is a Chinese restaurant specialising in Yong Tau Foo ( and other Chinese dishes. Since its humble beginnings as a street side stall more than 41 years ago, it has grown to be a massive restaurant now occupying two shoplots, which are now owned by the Mok brothers. The brothers are taking over the business from the owner, who was their father, who was known to most people as Fatty Mok.
At Fatty Mok Hakka Yong Tau Foo, there are around 20 different varieties to enjoy your favorite rendition of stuffed fish paste and beancurd, all of which follow extremely secret, traditional Hakka recipes; so you are spoilt for choice. Some of these varieties include foo chook (beancurd sheets), okra, brinjal, fish balls and much more. All of these can either be deep fried or served with soup.
Besides the mainstay of Yong Tau Foo, Fatty Mok Hakka Yong Tau Foo also serves a myriad of other Chinese dishes. Some of the other favourites at the restaurant include the curry noodles, and the dried noodles with pork and a choice of vegetables like black fungus mushrooms and green vegetables. For those that prefer a lighter option, Fatty Mok Hakka Yong Tau Foo also serves up a good bowl of porridge, which can be topped with your preferred pork pieces.
Ultimately, Fatty Mok Hakka Yong Tau Foo has shown the ability to stand the test of time with their wide selection of Chinese cuisine, including the Yong Tau Foo selection that continues to draw more customers. At this point, it would be a great idea to try this restaurant out for yourself.