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Yong Tau Foo for the uninitiated is a Chinese dish made out of fish paste/pork fillings mixed with vegetables and is either fried or served with soup. Most of the time, you would be asked to make your choices first, then with regards to the method for cooking before being served 15-20 minutes later.

Fried to a crisp

I have frequented this restaurant for the past few years after being introduced by my friend. However, it is not an area famous for its ease of parking and smooth traffic. The yong tau foo is priced at RM1.20 (30-40ยข) each and you can choose as much as you want.

Soup-ed up version

Tip: If this is your first time, it is advisable to pick one of each, remember the name/shape/taste, then after having some, if it is to your liking, order more!

Singapore Fried Noodle

Actually it doesn’t really matter which Yong Tau Foo stall/shop is your favourite, each will have its pros and cons. Some will swear by the Ampang version, others not. If you feel that you have had enough of yong tau foo, there are also a few side dishes in which you could order, either to have it with your yong tau foo, or you can have it while you wait for your food to arrive.

Chee Cheong Fun (Flat noodles mixed with sesame seed in a sweet paste)

No 12 Jalan 19/3

Petaling Jaya

Opens from 11am-10pm

Closes on Monday

 

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