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Telephone
03-7984 5972
Opening Hours
Today
Open 24 Hours
Mon-Sun
Open 24 Hours
Other Info
24 hours
Alcohol served
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Claypot Tou Fu Kung Po Chicken Dim Sum
Review (9)
Level1 2016-07-03
581 views
The dim sum price quite cheap. The char siew pao texture so sticky but the taste of the content quite nice. The Lao Sa pao is not nice because the content all absorbed to the skin and not watery. The home made beehoon taste consider ok. The dim sum quite sticky also. Only the Lor Mai Kai taste nice !! continue reading
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Level4 2016-03-15
600 views
When you pass by Jalan Kelang Lama after The Scott Garden, you tend to see a yellow banner hanging in front of the restaurant about their Dim Sum selling at RM3 per plate. This is considered reasonable if you are talking about nowadays Dim Sum price. Moreover, there are operating for 24 hour. You can enjoy RM3 Dim Sum all day long. In fact, apart from Dim Sum their ala carte menu not expensive either. Here are the dishes that I ordered for my lunch.Teow Chew Style Steam Fish (RM45), this is simple Chinese recipe with simple ingredients such as tomato, preserved vegetable and tou fu. I like this dish so much because I can drink the “fish soup”. Sourish, sweet and appetizing.Cereal Butter Prawn (RM75), it was smells good upon serving. Golden brown crispy cereal, curry leaves and chili padi tossed together with large size prawns. Thumb up!Homemade Tou Fu (RM32), deep fried homemade tou fu topped with mushroom mince meat sauce. Simple dish yet yummy. Best eat with white rice.Steamed vegetable (RM15), we were struggled for the cooking style of this vegetable, belacan or preserved beancurd or fried. Eventually, we have decided to fry as is. Sounds more healthy right?!Since the Dim Sum is cheap, therefore, we have ordered 4 snacks complement the above main course.Deep Fried Fu Juk (RM3)Thai Style Deep Fried Tou Fu (RM3) , deep fried stuffed tou fu, best dip with the Thai style sweet and sour chili sauce. Tasty!Sesame Ball (RM3), the only choice of filling is Lotus.Deep Fried Prawn Fu Juk (RM3), to those who like prawn, please order this.Overall foods were satisfying, big portion and reasonable pricing. Yes, their service is good too! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-23
504 views
Celebrating new year with prosperity with Lou Sang, and this time at Yan Yan A One Restaurant. There are various colour of items included crackers, ginger, carrots, seaweed, jelly fish, preserved onions, and salmon fish. The salmon fish is fresh and the crackers are crunchy. After tossing the plate of "prosperity" ingredients, the taste is now sweet and its good to eat. Thumbs up continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-02
239 views
This deep fried fu zok is very nice. The reason being nice is because they only fried it once you place your order. Unlike other dim sum stall where after they fried it then they leave it there until someone order it. The skin is very crunchy. You dip it with mayonnaise instead of sweet sauce and chili sauce will make you want to order second plate. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-15
93 views
Yan Yan A One Restaurant is among the many Chinese restaurants located in Old Klang Road. I always thought that it serves only dim sum and bak kut teh, but surprisingly it is good for its Chinese dishes as well. The fish is served in a claypot and very flavourful when braised with the thick sauce. The sauce is quite salty and tongue-tickling with strong aroma of ginger. The fish itself is very fresh, with white flaky flesh which is so smooth and delicious. I enjoy the simple meal there. continue reading
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