Yu Ba Fang Opens At Raffles City With Taiwanese Dumplings, Lu Rou Fan, And More
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Yu Ba Fang Opens At Raffles City With Taiwanese Dumplings, Lu Rou Fan, And More

11th August 2021

Yu Ba Fang at Raffles City Shopping Centre

If you’ve missed chowing down on BaFang YunJi dumplings while walking along the night markets of Taiwan, Yu Ba Fang‘s opening at Raffles City Shopping Centre should make you very happy. While unassociated with BaFang YunJi, Yu Ba Fang serves what looks like the exact same dumplings, so you can reminisce the good ol’ weekend trippin’ days.

yu ba fang - flatlayImage credit: @hungry.elle.sg

Although the Yu Ba Fang brand hails from China, their Taiwanese-style offerings are, as they claim, the “best tastes of Taiwan”. Here, the concise menu of 18 items features their signature Pan-Fried Dumplings, aka guo tie, boiled dumplings or shui jiao, rice, noodles, soup, and soya milk. Do note, however, that some of these items are currently still unavailable, as operations have only just begun.

yu ba fang guo tie
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The dumplings at Yu Ba Fang are all made by hand to weigh precisely 28g each, with assorted fillings such as Hualien Ji’an Fragrant Chives, Golden Sweet Corn Chicken, and JeJu Island Korean Spicy Flavour. Keep your eyes peeled for the upcoming Hokkaido Fresh Prawn flavour!

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Whether you go for the pan-fried or boiled variety, each serving of eight dumplings is priced at $10.90, including the Double Mix Combination of two guo tie flavours.

yu ba fang - ybf special minced pork riceImage credit: @hungry.elle.sg

Also available is the YBF Special Minced Pork Rice ($7.90). You may be more familiar with lu rou fan, but this rendition is a simplified version made with minced pork, instead of pork belly strips. There’ll soon be a noodle option for this, too.

yu ba fang - gourmet grounded soymilkImage credit: @foodiipedia

On the side, order a serving of Alisan Tea Eggs ($1.50), Hot & Sour Soup ($2.50), or Gourmet Grounded Soymilk ($2.50). Make your dumplings a meal combo with a $1 top-up, which gets you an egg and a drink or soup!

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Be prepared to wait for your order here, because the queue sitch at Yu Ba Fang has been said to stretch up to at least 50 minutes.

Just across the road at Funan is Cafe Kuriko, which you can head to for purple sweet potato mont blanc! Otherwise, get your hands on some of Hong Kong bakery Hang Heung‘s famous Wife Cakes at their Raffles City kiosk.

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-54, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
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