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Thursday, 22 November 2012

Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14, Puchong.

 Mamarazzi saw a friend's FB posting about this Puchong Yong Tau Foo. The friend even provided Mamarazzi with the map link to go to this YTF place. Thank you very much, Shob!

It's at Jalan Tembusu near the Han Ming Chinese School.


 Forgotten the friend's caution of not going during school days when school starts/end. We arrived near school ends time but luckily managed to get a parking slot.


 Very happy.

 Dipping looks great.

 Mamarazzi went to the counter to order. This place is special a bit as the put the YTF in big basket and customer can choose what they want.

 Put into the small basket and hand over to the man there. The people there will put in the fishb paste and cook it on the spot for you.

 They also have "paper wrapped Chicken" and "woon Chai Koh". Saw in blogs , many praise the Woon Chai Koh here but both Mamarazzi and Papa not fond of it so she did not order .


 Papa had Chee Cheong Fun. They only have one type. Does not have the flat ones.


Mamarazzi ordered a bowl of Pan Mee for me. Not bad. A bit oily. probably the oil from the minced meat.

 Here comes our big bowl of Yong Tau Foo. Heard Puchong have a YTF restaurant with Gau Gei Vege with the soup. Not sure ifthis is the shop coz that evening, no gai gei vege in the soup but they have the Cakur Manis in the soup. Taste  pretty good.


 Fuiyoh..these Fried YTF really heavenly. Crispy from the wok. YummmmmYYY!. 


Fried perfectly and it was very big slice too. Really worth the price la. RM1.10 a piece. Much better from some of its competitors.

Here is the address is you wish to have some freshly made YTF

Lot 105 Jalan Tembusu
Batu 14
Puchong.

52 comments:

  1. very nice!! they prepare everything upon ordering and not just pick and serve.. like the idea that you choose the vege and they stuff and fry on the spot, freshness guaranteed..

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    1. i actually think the authentic CCF should be the rolled one rather than the flat one.. sometimes i would actually prefer the rolled one than the flat one too.. i remember somebody told me, rolled one is for kids and flat one is for adults, hahaha!! :D

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    2. yalah, the pan mee looks oily.. maybe the oil from the shallots?? hehehe, sorry lah your photo very small and uncle SK's eyes also very small so cannot see clearly..

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    3. yes lor...that is very special that attracts many people go there

      LOL...mamarazzi also like roll ones.

      Yes, the Pan mee was rather oily. Think oil is from the minced meat

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  2. Nice place. Affordable price as well. ;-)

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  3. Ooooo...I like! Haven't had YTF for soooo long! Freshly-made? That must be so very nice. But Puchong is quite far from Sepang leh? Sighhhhh!!!!!!!

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    1. yes...freshly made....mau? Dec go. But there no air cond wor

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  4. Aiyah...so long didn't eat YTF! Wah, they actually stuff it fresh on the spot. Nice, nice!

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  5. My favourite YTF place when I was living in Puchong.. Only complaint was it's too hot during the afternoon, so had to eat and wipe sweat at the same time! haha..

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  6. yeah i bet it a mess during at those time the crowd must be huge there

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  7. dipping sure looks interestingly yummy i think its was really something that has to be perfected

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  8. im so curioous about that Chee Cheong Fun i thought its some sort of dessert

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    1. Nah...not dessert. It's some sort of "noodle"

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  9. have a great day and happy bloggin small kucing god bless you and your family always

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  10. Yong Tau Foo always my favourite especially with all the fish ball and fish cake. I also so long never have YTF cause over here Sabah doesn't has like KL type one. =(

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    1. aw...then when you come to KL must find time to head over here

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  11. I miss woon chai koh esp the choi po and the chili together. Thanks for sharing this YTF place. Indeed, the ordering process is pretty unusual. Btw, was there any salted fish and minced pork in the filling?

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    1. Ooo....tarak check if have salted fish and mince pork fillings wor...where did you have those?

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  12. wow..yummy! must try that one day!

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  13. We would LOVE to eat there!


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  14. A special stall indeed, they don't pre-prepare the fish paste into the vegetable you chose :D

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    1. I like the crispy and crunchy YTF! Usually opt for that and less for the vege ones, I'm so unhealthy, hahaha!

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    2. woops! ... *into the vegetable until you chose*

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    3. ya wor...nice nice coz the fried fresh

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  15. Chee Cheong Fun looks different from those I've tried. Which is better?

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  16. aiyoh!!! me salivating here!! Please take me, take me!!!

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  17. Hello Small Kuching! Hello Mamarazi Pussy cat! Hello Kaldip!


    Nin hou? I am back! I need a week to read back all your blogs!!!!! Goodness!! You posted too many and too fast. Can you slow down a bit??? (Giving you my guilty look @-@)

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    1. welcome back. TM

      no need la...just skip old post la. :P

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  18. Good idea! I am missing local food since I came back. I should eat Yong Tau Foo to adjust back to local diet. The food in China was very good and very bad.

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  19. Stuff on the spot..not bad. Must be very efficient jor.

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  20. So far that is one of of the best yong tau hu...

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    1. ya lo...this and the ampang Foong Foong

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  21. you really go here and there to eat?
    this place is quite far and you could travel all the way there.
    BAGUS KALDIP singh

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  22. The pan mee is lovely and with the chili dipping sauce, I can go wild over the taste.

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  23. I've passed by this place a few times but did not stop to eat there (was afraid of eating in the heat). The chee cheong fun looks yummy - I prefer the rolled ones than those flat ones.

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    1. maybe go evening lo....saw they close 9pm

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  24. I like woon zai gou & put plenty of coi poh :P

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    1. saw they let peopl sendiri cedok the liu

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