Saturday, February 18, 2012

Jalan Ipoh Yong Tau Foo - Segambut

Emay strongly recommended this Yong Tau Foo place in Segambut. I am not so adventurous to find food in a place that I am not familiar. But this time she is driving, so we (susee, me n Boyboy) just tagged along. (**wink**). Actually, it is not far from PJ, approximately 15 minutes drive using Sprint without jam.

The restaurant is a bungalow situated along Jalan Segambut. Although it has some space for parking, but during peak hours, you definately have to double park. The area is quite big and it was packed. We have to wait a few minutes for a table outside. So it was a bit hot.

Once we were seated, we were given a piece of paper to write down how many pieces of YTF you want. Just write it down and pass to the waiter.

There is a separate stall selling rojak. Since we saw every table has a plate of rojak, we are interested to try it as well. It was served first. 

Fruit Rojak

The rojak paste has a slight prawn paste, not very strong like the rojak in Penang. Just nice for me. Lots of crushed nuts. It was good.

Grill taufu
Same prawn paste as the rojak but the cucumber was stuffed into the taufu. I wish the taufu could be more crispier.

Yong Tau Foo

Our YTFs have arrived. The ones with slight soup are taufu, lady finger, bittergout and brinjal.

Fried ones

The fried ones are fuchuk and dumpling.

dumplings and fishballs
The soup ones are dumplings, which are very big and filled with ingredients. Must-have!

The fish paste embedded in the YTF was fresh and very Q. It has no fishy taste and the YTF was quite big piece. The bill came RM36.50 for 4 for us; the rojak and the grill taufu cost RM8.

I wouldn't mind coming back here again, during the non-peak hours of course.

Ipoh Road Yong Tau Foo
67, Jalan Segambut,
Kuala Lumpur

Tiny Ratings:
Food: 7/10
Ambiance: 4/10
Service: 6/10

1 comment:

Phui Yee said...

My bf loves this place and this is also the place where I eat ho ho steamboat at night. Your first time to this place?

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