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Telephone
03-2148 9220
Good For
Group/Family dining
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 17:00
17:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 17:00
17:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Curry Chee Cheong Fun with Dried Shrimp Honey BBQ Fried Intestine Minced Pork Lou Sue Fun
Review (17)
Level2 2016-09-25
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I always visit to this Yong Tao Fu stall whenever I have a chance to come to Pudu. they serve many verities of fresh Yong Tao Fu. worth eating . continue reading
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In search for food to eat when we were near Pudu, it striked my mind of this yong tau foo place that I frequented years ago. All my past experiences were pleasurable, thus headed to Restoran Yap Hup Kee.Pick what you wantTheir main products are Yong Tau Foo, Chee Cheong Fun, and Silver needle noodle or more popular known as "Lou Shu Fan" and also Steamboat which I presumed is served at night. One basically choose their pieces of Yong Tau Foo, and upon passed on to their staff, they will be either fried, or boiled fresh, and will be served with soup.I liked how they put aside the fried items, from the soup, so that they are not too soggy when one is ready to eat. Just look at their mouthwatering spead of Yong Tau Foo, which although same may be same as what other outlets offer for example beancurd, chilli, bittergourd, brinjal etc, but their offerings has many that I don't usually see offered by others. I wish I could choose them all..The paste they used to fill the Yong Tau Foo items has just the right texture, which suggest the freshness of meat used. How happy was my stomach to have all this delicious food that afternoon. Don't they just look appetizing? Can't wait to start eating..We ordered the prawn wanton separately, with minimum order of 5 pcs. The beancurd skin thickness was just right, and were fried till really crispy. Each of them were filled with lots of paste within and even yummier when I get to chew on big size of prawns within.Fried Prawn Dumpling (5pcs). Price-RM11.50The Chee Cheong Fun has a smooth texture, and makes me want more. Topped with some fried dried shrimps which was so crispy, it lends much fragrance to the plate of chee cheong fun. The sauce also tasted good, and cooked till just nice, not too thick, nor watery. Sweet Sauce Chee Cheung Fun with Dried Shrimp. Price-RM2.50I took some of my buddy's Lou Shu Fan with curry to try. This will definitely be a favorite to the curry lovers, as the curry carries tasted so rich, and was aromatic. Yumms! If only I had double my stomach space to take this in... Hehe... Curry Minced Pork Lou Shu Fen. Price-RM4Bills are lumped into one total amount for food, with no detailed itemization, but yup, gauging at how hungry we were and the fact that we did over ordered, we paid a total of RM52 including drink. Restoran Yap Hup Kee45 Jalan Brunei Barat Off Jalan Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur Tel : 03-2148 9220 Business Hours : 9am-5pm, 5.30-11pm (closed on alternate Tuesday)New branch at Kuchai Lama 39 Jalan Kuchai Maju 7, Kuchai Enterpreneurs Park, 58200 Kuala Lumpur Business Hours : 11am-11.30pm continue reading
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Level3 2014-09-30
297 views
We ended up here after trying to locate a different shop in Pudu. It was super crowded which is the only downside as it takes quite some time to get hold of a table. However everything was well worth it after the food came. The best of all has to be the chee cheong fun either in black sauce or curry. The dried shrimp topping is the star. Makes it so much better. On top of that the variety of yong tau foos is pretty extensive. Almost every vegetable imagineable. All fresh, springy & yummy. Plus the usual foo chuk, taufoo & variety of meatballs. The fried pig intestines is a must try. Something that you can't find often.Service is fast & attentive. Turnover is quick so the wait isn't that bad. Cleanliness is decent enough. Definitely recommended to all who love yong tau foo & chee cheong fun. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-30
228 views
My friend kept harping about the Pudu Chee Cheong Fan so in the end, I finally give up and said ok, let's go since I am on leave and I would be going to that area for CNY shopping. The Curry Chee Cheong Fan is quite tasty. The chee cheong fan is not as broad as the normal ones but it looks more like koay teow. The Yong Tau Foo was so tasty that I ordered second time. I love the smooth tofu, fresh ladies fingers, super soft fishballs. The best part is that it is not the typical KL type sweet sauce Yong Tau Foo. The ladies fingers was quite soft too. I felt like eating the cuttlefish but the shop do not allow me to have smaller piece of the cuttlefish but I had to order the entire thing. I totally like the foo chuk with fat long beans which was so tasty and crunchy and juicy. The homecooked chrysanthemum drinks were not sweet and was done the way I like it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-25
140 views
This is a hakka style of restaurant selling a lot of fried stuffs of hakka style. The restaurant is very famous, the seats here is very limited and parking space also is another headache. But the food here is nice, the chee cheong fun you can choose to have it in sweet sauce or curry sauce style. The chee cheong fun is serve together with fried small shrimp spread on top of it, the small shrimp is very crispy, the curry sauce is light type and watery so that it can mixed together with chee cheong fun. The chee cheong fun is soft and smooth, very easy to chew and nice to eat together with the small shrimp. continue reading
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