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Telephone
013-391 8269
016-227 6210
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcohol served
Signature Dishes
Braised Pig's Tail with Peanut Curry Ribs
Review (11)
Foo chuk or bean curd is very versatile food. Some may used it for vegetarian dishes, cooked in porridge, stew with ginger chicken, dessert - foo chuk tong shui among others. Best for me is when it stuffed with fish paste and make into the yong tau foo. Wai Kee's foo chuk is deliciously well seasoned. You can taste the flavour of the fish, the freshness of the raw ingredients. Freshly stuffed, then deep-fried or boiled, the pieces of Yong Tau Foo at Wai kee screamed of utmost freshness and good, home made quality. Braised with the brown bean paste (tauchu paste) for the best combination; bringing out the flavour of the stuffed fish paste. Lilly HongEditor of Follow Me To Eat La - http://followmetoeatla.blogspot.com continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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The Fried Foo Chok was very oily, I'd recommend for you guys to soak up the excess oil with a paper towel before eating it. Nevertheless, tastewise, it was meaty and flavorful. The serving is quite generous (4 inch in length) as well and the foo chok skin is crispy too.For only RM 1.20 per piece, it is indeed value for money! continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-22
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Order了一个炒饭,炒饭有很多料,其中有的是肉丝,青豆,虾米,炸葱,蒜米,鱼饼,以及虾,我觉得应该厨师用料很足,所以非常的香。除此以外,调味料也放得适量,不会过多,刚好。服务员很有礼貌。不错不错!! continue reading
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Level3 2013-04-05
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Favorite place to eat at since it is very close to my house often went there for dinner as afternoon its very hot... their food was really good and at a reasonable price ~~~ you do not have to worry about the parking cause you can park at tesco and just walk over... very near ~~ however, the tables are quite limited, usually we have to dine at roadside rather than the shop itself ~~ continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-18
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Had lunch with mum, aunt and cousin at Wai Kee Restaurant. The purpose is of course to try out their famous Yong Tau Foo. Although Wai Kee is famous for its Hakka food, the Yong Tau Foo is not made the Hakka way. The Yong Tau Foo's fillings were made of pure fish paste instead of the Hakka way of mixed pork and fish paste.10 pieces of assorted Yong Tau FooWe ordered 10 pieces of Yong Tau Foo which consisted of chilli, brinjal, "foo chuk", bittergourd & "taufu pok". The fish paste portion given in each piece of stuffed Yong Tau Foo were generous because the Yong Tau Foos were fully stuffed with tasty fish paste and the fish paste were slightly springy. The Yong Tau Foos are served on a plate of light soy sauce. Each piece of the yong tau foo is RM 1.00.Stuffed chilli, bittergourd and taufu pok.My favourite is the bittergourd because the bitter gourd's bitter taste is so good with the fish paste.P/S: Please be there early or you will have to wait for a while before being getting a table as the place is especially packed during lunch hours and also prepare to wait for your food to arrive. We waited for about 20 minutes for the food to arrive. continue reading
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