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2014-03-09 1027 views
This is my first time coming here. I was like so hungry after a whole morning of seminar. The place was quite hot and stuffy, not really an ideal environment for chilling out, but it was ok since I was here due to hunger. Even with the fan, we ate and sweated at the same time. I ordered a whole lot of Yong Tau Fu as I went crazy whenever I saw a lot of different varieties. I ordered the soup full of such delicious soft brinjals, fishballs, tofu, foo chuk, and so many fresh fat light green colou
I ordered a whole lot of Yong Tau Fu as I went crazy whenever I saw a lot of different varieties. I ordered the soup full of such delicious soft brinjals, fishballs, tofu, foo chuk, and so many fresh fat light green coloured ladies fingers. It was amazing that the ladies fingers were so young, fresh and soft especially since KL is famous for selling very old ladies fingers. I wonder whether they got their stock straight from the vegetable seller or supplier.
It was my first time trying soup version of foo chuk.
The sui kow was served separately with mani leaves. The sui kow should be given a miss as it was split open when it arrived.
The salty black chicken drumstick was quite ok despite being a bit salty.
I ordered the Umbra / Kedondong juice which was very fresh and tasty.
I let go of the dry style lao shu fan since I have over-ordered.
The overall price was too expensive for a hot cafe selling yong tau fu that cost RM 1.30 per piece and costing us a total of RM 34 for the entire meal.