Had this during the weekday noon in Puchong while passing by to run errands.
This place is a kopitiam located nearby the Ayamas shop where I 'tapau' my 'Christmas eve roasted chicken'.
I was super hungry and ordered 7 pieces of Yong Tau Foo (RM1.60 per piece) and a plate of plain noodles (RM3).
This is not the usual YTF shop that display their YTF at the counter. It has a menu and order chit for patrons to tick their orders.
I did not even refer to this menu when ordering, simply tick without even looking!
Only started to look at it while the kitchen prepares my food....And i noticed they have various types of noodles & dishes in their menu too, including chicken feet...Too bad, i noticed this too late!
Here's my food:
Stuffed brinjal, taupok and bittergourd (all my favs!)
plain tofu (without stuffings), stuffed taupok (soup version) and dumpling
The entire meal costs RM14.20, not bad, but there are plenty of good Yong Tau Foo shops in Puchong, so there's nothing to shout about.
Seems like RM 1.60 is the standard price now for one piece of YTF! Used to be able to buy some at RM 1.20 to RM 1.40 per piece but now I wonder where I can get those prices.
Mun: maybe still have, but it is roadside stall that sells ccf. I knw of a stall with YTF price cheaper than the usual 'market price' but it only operates at night nearby OUG marketplace.
I would say that it was quite a good meal and very filling!
Love your choices of the YTF, I am going to have YTF tonight too.
Phong Hong: yes, very filling!
Libby: great, looking forward to see u blog about it!
Yong Tau Foo meals are always healthy to me as all are mostly boiled food and I never overeat.
Twilight Man: they are deep fried, especially the beancurd skin. Most likely i will overeat coz YTF are so delicious and tempting!
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