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Thursday, 31 July 2014

Puchong Yong Tau Foo and Greenfingers, Puchong



After plants and seeds hunting in Sg Buloh, off we head over to Puchong for Yong Tau Foo. 

Kaw Kaw had this Kueh...hmm...what is it called ah? Forgotten the name liao.
 


Papa had their Chee Cheong Fun.

I "eksyen" wor...sibuk wanna pay....

But "oppsss" not enough leh..RM4 only in the wallet..how ah? Have to wash plates ka?

Mamarazzi ordered the Keoy Teow noodles for me while she had Pan Mee. She loves the soup leh

Makan dulu ya. 

Aha....ni baru best ma.....freshly fried...yum yum...i love the "keropok".

Looks like the adults love bittergourd ya....took so many pieces of bittergourd.

After tummy full liao dunno wanna go where....then as we were heading home, Mamarazzi recalled a friend said Greenfingers shop is in Puchong leh. Might as well drop by and look see look see.
 

Thanks to GPS, found it !

This the shop?  wow..... 

Sorry ah...we "ulu" a bit. Seldom go to gardening shop. This one was big leh and looks well stock. Not sure about others shop la. This looks clean and no stinky smell.


Finally found some seeds.....

Mamarzzi was tempted to buy this nsapity snap plant but she didn't ..lucky me.

Here is the address to the YTF restaurant Lot 105 Jalan Tembusu, Batu 14, Puchong. Greenfingers is nearby there at 5, Jalan Puteri 4/7a, Bandar Puteri Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor

 

55 comments:

  1. Nice food! So you all still in gardening mood ah? Didn't know that got shop sell Venus Flytrap. Should be an interesting plant.

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  2. Wah! You know how to use GPS now!!

    Luckily she didn't buy that plant la. All the feng shui shops won't sell this, you know........

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    1. always know how to use GPS punya...only that somethings go holland :p

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  3. I must share with you another yummy yong tau foo shop in a secluded corner of Rahman Putra shop lots. The fish paste win bittergourd and their chilly sauce is very nice!

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  4. I laughing now la.. Ha? You wana pay? You open wallet inside got RM4 only wor.. How? Hahahaha.. Wash plates also dunno enuff mou.. Fuiyoh, pandai mamarazzi gina GPS to find out the shop.. If me ahh, I think I scared to use, scared bring me go Holland leh..

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    1. hahah ya lor not enough money but wanna eksyen be taikor belanja people makan....tsk tsk tsk

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  5. I tried Puchong Yong Tau Foo in Kota Kemuning. Well, for the dishes we tasted, boleh lah. I also seldom go to gardening shop and thanks to you, for the generous hand out.

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    1. boleh lah only ah..then must try this shop...its uh lalala

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  6. I love yong tau foo soup! How come never took me here when I was in KL? No worries, I pay - belanja everybody, no problem. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. aiyo..itu traffic jam gila punya area leh...takut later you too hungry leh... from your hotel if traffic jam at least takes 1 hr to arr9ive wor

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  7. Wow!!! You're really getting taller now, big boy already wor. Hmmm...haven't seen you for over a year now, how time flies.

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  8. If eat yong tau foo, i no eat bittergourd, no thank you to bittergourd, lol

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    1. what about brinjal and the okra? Nice wor

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  9. There is a nice YTF stall near to Parkson Klang, but too bad it was closed due to taukeh sudah pass away,,look at these YTF, I miss that YTF !

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    1. if you ever in Puchong area can try out this shop

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  10. Looks like a great gardening center. Our garden is pretty much done for now. I am getting lots of tomatoes and peppers.

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    1. our tomatoes still refused to grow bigger fruits

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  11. Spotted J's Car wallet, hehe! Aden also like Cars very much!

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  12. Why lucky you when mamarazzi didn't buy thr plant?

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    1. later Mamarazzi ask the plant to kiap kiap me how?

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  13. Oh ..it's been a while since I had it. Miss the ytf in puchong !

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    1. yea this YTF very sedap. LOve the cakur manis soup

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  14. Thank Goodness for GPS's... We travel using one constantly--especially when we are going somewhere new... They are so much easier to use than the old MAPS we used to have to use... Glad you found what you were looking for!!!! Yeah--for GPS's...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. yea...but must remember to update the gps map else will be lost again

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  15. We call these plants "Venus Fly Traps" because they eat flies! Will be a good lesson for you! You look so cute checking your wallet!!

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  16. This shop looks very good leh, sell lots of planting stuffs, must bookmark first then take my mom there!! =]

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    1. clean and easy to find everything. No mozzie

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  17. So nice of small kucing la, wanna pay. :)

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  18. I love that kueh but I don't know what it's called too! :)

    We saw it at SS2 pasar malam once, I told my dear that it's a bit different in Sibu, ours is actually made from the same base and condiments but we have a salty soy based gravy that goes over it before the rice flour (?) kueh is cut up and eaten. It's very nice.

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    1. cantonese if not mistaken called pak koh(white kuih) duno is it correct or not.

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  19. A coincidence.. I am going to post yow tau foo today.. ! hahahaa.. .Love the CCF ... the liews in Ipoh bore me already.. I find down south ones are better and tastier.. hahaha..

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    1. come to this Puchong one. got shu chye choy. sedap

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  20. Oh no.... why are you wearing glasses? Take care of your eyesight, by the time you reach secondary school, your lens will be thick :P

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    1. due to astig...the eyeball not round

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  21. That's 'wun chai koh' (small bowl kuih) no? Surprised you never complain have to look at so many plants.

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    1. ooo.....that's d name ya....no complain

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  22. I am just like Small Kuching, we love soupy noodles.

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  23. hehehehe, it's called "tsui kueh" in hokkien, or some call it "woon chai gou".. aiyoh, Mamarazzi suddenly showed this, make Uncle SK wants to have one since so long never had this kuih already..

    wah.. so shyiok lah.. got kuih, noodles and YTF all at once, so enjoy lah.. and sure RM4 is not enough to pay lah, hahaha!! can lah, maybe just enough for the kuih and CCF only.. the noodles and YTF gotta ask Mamarazzi to pay for them lor..

    hmmm, looks like Mamarazzi is getting more and more into gardening already now?? great, can give more oxygen to the house with more plants.. also get Small Kucing to stare at the green plants more so that his glasses will not get thicker that soon.. hehe!! :p

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    1. thanks....cfm old jor . dont recall the name

      Can pay for CCF la...but not enough for the kueh leh

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  24. Some how i am disappointed that those flower seeds I bought is hard to grow into beautiful flower. Didn't even grow a leaf. -__-

    mt
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    1. same here.....some are hard to grow. see people grow like so easy

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  25. Gardening shop for me is like those at Sungai Buloh, outdoor with lots of plants :P

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    1. this one is different. like in the supermarket type

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