Address: Blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh #01-35 Singapore 310022
Time: 7am - 1pm
Specialty: Hainanese Kueh, Hainanese Laksa, Nasi Lemak
In-Charge: Mdm Yeoh
Singapore Food Map Heritage Hero 2014
LianHe WanBao: Health Monthly LianHe ZaoBao Code Red U Weekly Oh Taste * We participated in Singapore Food Festival 2009 from 17th to 19th July at Kreta Ayer Square. * We featured in Mediacorp channel 8 TV drama "Blessings"".
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|Date||Name / Occupation||Reviews|
|12 Nov 2011||Harrison / Supervisor||
At 12pm , reach toa payoh ave 7 blk 22, hainan snack shop eat a bowl of add black sugar / ginger / small chicken cane, almost 35 yrs, I cannot find where to eat …. luckliy an old friend recommend this place. I will do it once I am free on weekend. This bowl let me have good remembrance……
|9 Nov 2010||Esther Wee / Housewife||
I am a pure Hainanese, I find their Y-Bua is the BEST!!!
|21 Aug 2010||Mary Lim / Teacher||
They sell the best Hainanese cuisine in town! Its so awesome that I visit their stall thrice a week. The Hainanese dessert is definitely one of a kind.
|6 Jul 2007||Mdm Cindy Lee / Finance Executive||
I would like to recommend this “Hainan Kueh” to everyone. I was recommended by my relative and I tried it myself. Tasted very good.
|19 Jun 2007||Mr Esmond Goh / Student||
Yi Bua is the most excellent in Singapore! The best food of all Toa Payoh! Hahahas.
|29 Apr 2007||Bob Han / Culinary||
Come across this humble little snack stall nestled in the wet market of Toa Payoh by chance. The Hainan Yi-Bua – a traditional Hainan delicacy is wonderfully awesome and every bite of it does bring back memories of the Hainan kampong where I was grown up!! Come to think of it, it is very unfortunate that my dad do not have the chance to try them as these are his favourite. Trust me, it was a great discovery – a GEM of the market where it is located!!!
|13 Mar 2007||Ms Jolin Loi / Student||
Yi bua is best in Singapore. I love it very much. All people were like it in Singapore. Hainan laksa is the best too. You have done a good jobs
|7 May 2006||Mdm Oh Chwee Lin / Housewife||
Very fresh Hainan kueh, the Yi Bua is really the best I had tried. Very reasonable price.
|2 Mar 2006||Mdm Sally Lee / Housewife||
The Yi Bua tasted great, my family enjoyed it very much
|6 Oct 2005||Mr Tan F. Y. / Self Employed||
Your Hainan laksa is very nice, I and my wife like to eat your laksa very much.
|5 Sep 2005||Ms Serena Tan / Sales Executive||
First time try your Yi-Bua and it tastes very nice, I will recommend to my friends and relatives.
|6 Aug 2005||Mr Chia S.M. / Manager||
One of the best Yi-Bua I had tried. Strongly recommend. Keep it up.
|13 May 2005||Ms Dion / Student||
Very Yami… good recommendation.
|25 Mar 2005||Mdm Monica Lee||
The Yi-Bua is delicious, we can’t find this traditional kueh in local. Try it!
|17 Mar 2005||Ms Jocelyn Loi / Student||
All the food sold there is delicious especially the yi-bua. I am a person who don’t eat coconut but after trying it, I am now a coconut lover.