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Yong Tau Foo @ The Garden, Mid Valley

Angeline Saturday, October 15, 2011 , , , ,


Yong Tau Foo is a famous dish in KL, origanated and made famous by a restaurant named Chew Kuan in the early 1960s. Yong Tau Foo means "stuffed bean curd", since then they had introduce more variety of stuffed vegetables and fried fritters. Some of the popular selection of food items including fish ball, crab stick, bittergourd, cuttlefish, ladies finger, chili and various form of fresh seafood. The dish is eaten with soup, curry sauce, sweet bean sauce and sambal/chili dipping. Now, halal Yong Tau Foo is widely available at food court and in the shopping mall. Down the LG level of The Garden, you can absolutely found one good YTF's stall that will be over-crowded during lunch hour!

Yong Tau Foo
Lower Ground Floor
The Garden, Mid Valley City
Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 K. Lumpur
(Located next to Yoo! Snack/ Homi Curry Puff Stall)
 
3 pcs of Yong Tau Foo with Curry Noodle, RM7.50
Choice of noodle, meehoon or keuy teow, with the variation to serve it with curry gravy together with my pick of YTF's. Don't forget to ask for the essential accompaniments, spicy sambal and distinctive brown sweet bean sauce for dipping
 
3 pcs of Yong Tau Foo with Chee Cheong Fun, RM7.50
Steamed rice-flour roll top with traditional sweet bean sauce, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds and served together with stuffed bean curd of your choice...absolutely the best!
 
 

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