The Olde Station Kopitiam @ City Mall


The Cantonese name Yau Char Kwai also known as Chinese crullers, literally means "oil-fried devil" is a long, golden brown, deep-fried dough. According to folklore, the creation of Yau Char Kwai is an act of protest against Song Dynasty, Chancellor Qin Hui, who is said to have orchestrated the plot to frame the general Yue Fei, an icon of patriotism in Chinese culture. It is said that the food, represents Qin Hui and his wife, both having a hand in collaborating with the enemy to bring about the great general's demise. Thus the Yau Char Kwai is deep fried and eaten as if done to the traitorous couple. In keeping with the legend, Yau Char Kwai are often made as two foot-long rolls of dough joined along the middle, with one roll representing the husband and the other the wife.

The Olde Station Kopitiam @ City Mall
S-0-6, Block B, Ground Floor
City Mall, Jalan Lintas
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
 
 
Freshly made Chinese Crullers and other snacks
In KL, you can find good Yau Char Kwai with Soya Beans drink at the famous chain restaurants, I Love Yoo. Having a similar concept as I Love Yoo, Olde Station Kopitiam in KK also offers fresh homemade Yau Char Kwai, Ham Chin Peng and others fried snack.
 
 
 
 
 
Snack Price List
2 x Hot Kopi-O, RM5.00
Ham Chin Peng (Red Bean), RM1.60
Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy inside, with sweet red bean filling, the Ham Chin Peng is delicious. 
 
 
 


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