Breakfast; Yook Woo Hin @ Petaling Street, KL, Dinner; Coconut Flower Seafood Restaurant @ Klang

Yook Woo Hin, Petaling Street
100, Jalan Petaling, 50000 Kuala Lumpur.
Serving Chinese Cuisine
$$
Tel: 03 2078 4681
Business Hour: breakfast until tea time. 6am to 3pm, Closed on Thursday

Signature Dishes:
Food Ngau Hor (stir fried beef slices with flat noodles in egg sauce), Sin chow mai (singapore fried bee hoon), Fried chicken chee cheung fun (rice noodle) which is served with a ladle of mushroom gravy, loh mai kai (chicken glutinous rice), fish balls, foo chuk to 2 different types of siu mais

Yook Woo Hin been around since my grandparents, I remembered they did brought me here and we had to come as early as 6am in the morning just for yumcha, after that we went home and sleep again, on Sunday!

Yook Woo Hin building has been reconstructed last year I think, so it looks new. This old world charm still maintain, they still retain the stainless steel table top. The long service loyal staffs still here, bringing trays of piping hot dim sum and deep fried dim sum around.

All the dim sums tasted just like good old days, freshly made and plump fillings, I'm satisfied, worth waking up early on Sunday for a great breakfast.

Dim Sum I picked for Breakfast
Total paid for Dim Sum, RM35.80
Chee Cheong Fun
It's completely different from the normal chee cheung fun served in town, serving on a thick savoury gravy with mushrooms, goes very well with the smooth chee cheung fun.

My next stop, dinner gathering with friends, going to meet them up at Klang

Coconut Flower Seafood Restaurant
702, Jalan Udang Galah, Kampong Teluk Gong,
Port Klang, 42000 Selangor
Tel: 03-3134 1218
Tel: 03-3134 2886
$$$
Business hours: 11am to 11.30am daily
Payment: Cash and Credit Cards (Visa, Mastercard and Amex)
Parking Space: Ample
Baby chair: Yes
Business friendly: Yes
Noise level: Moderate

Background Story Of Restaurant
In the early 1990s, Ng Swee Cheng and his family started a small seafood joint near Telok Gong with fresh toddy as accompaniment. The fresh-fermented sap from the coconut flower is collected from trees that surround the restaurant and the neighbouring areas. It became a winning formula. Business boomed and it changed into a resort-styled eatery with at least 100 tables in the early 2000s
How good was the food? None of us have time to talk when the food arrived, every just stay focus, quite and eat, enjoy every bite of it.
Total paid for the dinner, RM250+ with drinks and rice
Kung Pow Prawns, RM28
Stir-Fried Yau Mak, RM15
Fried Mee Hoon, RM15
Sharkfin in Pumpkin Soup, RM76
Chilli Crab, RM48
Fried Mam Tou, RM8.00
Kam Hiong Crab, RM48

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