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Restoran Puchong Batu 14 Yong Tau Fu @ Bandar Kinrara 2

Angeline Saturday, September 13, 2014 , , , , ,


Restoran Puchong Yong Tau Foo is well known for its made fresh upon ordering Yong Tau Foo. Besides that, they also serves some simple Chinese dishes such as Steamed Fish, Chicken Wrap, Ginger Duck and Onion Tofu.



Restoran Puchong Batu 14 Yong Tau Fu
No.9, Jalan BK2/11,
Bandar Kinrara,
47180 Puchong, Selangor
 
 
When ordering Yong Tau Foo, you have to select your own preference items (brinjal, okra, chili, bittergourd, yau char kwai, crabstick, fuchuk, and taufupok) at the serving counter and place them in the basket. Then, hand it over to the staff and your selected items will be stuffed with fish paste and cooked.
 
Paper-wrapped Chicken
 
 
19 pcs Mixed Yong Tau Foo, RM24.70
Served piping hot, the Yong Tau Foo were generously filled with fish paste. It was fresh and delicious.
 
Vegetable Soup (M), RM6.50
2 x Paper Wrap Chicken, RM8.00
Paper wrapped chicken consists of marinated chicken that is wrapped in paper and deep-fried, creating a great tasting piece of chicken that after tasting one piece you will be clamouring for more  The chicken was juicy and flavourful.
Steamed Fish Head (M), RM27.00
Perfectly steamed Fish Head, the fish was smooth and moist. Served with savoury and slightly sweetish sauce, the muddy taste of the fish was completely eliminated. It is a dish that goes really well with rice.
 
Fried Yong Tau Foo, RM1.30 per piece
 
Total paid, RM87.00
 
 

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