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Thursday, 23 April 2015

Restaurant Yin Her, Sg Buloh New Village Revisited

It have been ages since we last been to Restaurant Yin Her. Kinda far from our house now.

Revisited this restaurant in February (yea basi post again)  and was so surprised. Fuiyoh...now it had become a very classy restaurant leh. No longer a village restaurant. front portion have been converted to fully air-conditioned and with a new look.

 
Luckily, the back portion remains the same. The lovely view of the fishing pond remains...not that I was looking at it much. Kinda sleepy leh after school..or was it tuition...forgotten lah which one. So long ago. 

 
Mamarazzi wanted to have crabs. Yin Her price was not that expensive the last time we went.

This round, price had gone up. Nearly double the last time we were there. Oh well, seafood follow market price mah. At least the crabs were fresh and meaty. Portion a bit too much. Had to "tapau" home to finish it the next day. 

Papa and Mamarazzi had fried rice. Said nice wor. They added Char Siew BBQ pork) to fry the rice. 


 
Ordered Spinach soup to got with the rice. Not bad. They added century eggs into it and the broth was made of fried dried shrimps. Surprising leh. Usually people would use ikan bilis leh

For me, I preferred their Cantonese Fried Noodles. So slurpy. 


 During Chinese New Year, we went there one more time with a friend. Yup...this is a 2-in-1 post. Ordered more or less similar dish .

This time we had additional Pai Kuat Wong. How to translate ah....hmm...fried pork ribs with sweet sauce?

 Change mood again. I had Hokkien mee while the adults had fried rice.

Will we visit this restaurant again? Sure. The way they cook the dishes suits our taste . Will go there again . 

The address remains the same : AL 114 Jalan Welfare, Kampung Baru Sg Buloh . In case of takut sesat.....look out for their signboard on left hand side of the road after you turn into Jalan Wellfare









48 comments:

  1. Guess is closer to CNY, so the price is a bit up ya?

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  2. Hi there again, small kitten :) Oooo, the spinach soup looks good ... and so does the crab dish, but I don't know how to eat crab/ lobster/ shrimp correctly ... so you will have to teach me some time, yes? Love, cat.

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    1. Hi Cat :)

      There is no right or wrong way to eat crabs. Best way..use fingers ..yumss.... :)

      A great weekend to you meow meow

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  3. I must go eat the Hokkien mee when i go KL, long time i didn't eat the Hokkien mee in Malaysia Boleh liao, the last time i eat it at Malaysia Boleh, not as nice as when i eat it when Malaysia Boleh first open....

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  4. I don't like char siu in my fried rice, prefer it to be plain with egg and spring onions only :P

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    1. hahah you terbalik from us. we like with char siew and shrimps :)

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  5. Wah, first picture you look so sleepy leh.. Got good food to eat, wakeup oohh, hehe.. Oohh la la, the crabs and gravy look so yummy, nice to eat with fried mantao..Wat tan hor and Hokkien mee look good too, I can finish both, burrrppp..

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    1. Memang sleepy lor... coz tired out whole day.

      You say you can eat so much but you tara grow fat wor. So nice leh.

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  6. For me, the crabs no need to tapau...I love crabs and can finish them...hehehe...spinach soup with dried shrimp is yummy! Oh, the noodles also look very yummy too.

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  7. The soup looks good, spinach is good and healthy for everyone~

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    1. yes...but if pregnant cannot drink so much spinach soup. :)

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  8. Passed by this area yesterday. But couldn't stop for the heavy rain. Love such food. Always and forever.

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    1. Notorious rainy days in the evening and traffic jam too due to the MRT works.

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  9. Yummmm!!!! Crabs!!! Hmmm...how come nobody ever took me for crabs when I went to KL hor?

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    1. LOL....high cholestrol leh......everyone loves you so tarak bring you go eat high cholestrol stuffs lor

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  10. I like this type of food. But Sg Buloh too far for me.

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    1. aiye...you no need sg buloh la.....nearby your opis there also have great crab restaurant liao

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  11. Yummy. All look delicious. I like fried rice with char siew pork too.

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  12. no wonder this Yin Her sounds so familiar but doesn't look familiar, haha.. rupa-rupa this is a revisit but they have renovated.. must be good business lah then the boss also invest to let the customers feel more comfortable dining in there..

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    1. hahaha...used to go there often la. now moved already so tarak go there anymore coz now the main road tengah building MRT . always traffic jam here and there

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  13. aiyoyo, so tired until makan also like no energy!! Uncke SK thought Small Kucing does homework correction for the whole Sunday also still giggling there, now pulak battery flat ke?? muahaha.. never mind lah, the noodles looks nice leh, one time Cantonese one time Hokkien, so pandai~~

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    1. This one was in February basin pos lor. That time CNy...play here and there...tired out jor lor

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  14. the fried rice and the "ribs king" nice leh, perfect match and Uncle SK likes.. the fried rice looks got enough of wok hei and the rice also all separated, no wonder Papparazi and Msmarazzi also said nice and encores the next time going there with friends..

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    1. yes...yes enouigh wok hei baru sedap and also the rice not soggy at all

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  15. the spinach in soup looks nice woh, yalor usually just use ikan bilis but this one uses dried shrimps, sure very flavorful and more "sheung" than the usual "sheung tong" lor, and Uncle SK loves the century eggs pieces inside leh.. finally, the crabs, errr so so crabs only lah unless they comes shell-less lah, haha!! ;D

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    1. you ah....manja ah...lol.....Mana ada crabs come shells one.. use finger peel and eat baru syok mah

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  16. One fine day I shall look back at your posts for this place. Coz I live nearby yet seldom go to the new village. Food looks good.

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    1. At the new village have many nice makan place. we also havent explored all

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  17. Hey Kathy, Yin Her is bookmarked on my list few years already gua... sampai hari ni, belum makan sana lagi... I like fried rice with char siew.. and spring onions... very heong one..

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  18. The fried rice looks very good! I do love fried rice. :)

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  19. wah ,,,, the food looks so good though I like the crabs, I actually miss the hokkien mee. You can only find the best hokkien mee in KL!

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    1. it depends la....Think saw in Nikel's blog say Johor also have some awesome hokkien mee leh

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  20. you do look tired. :) i would like the fried rice.

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    1. I was tired but after having the meal, i felt rejuvenated

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  21. It looks wonderful, I wish I could try the dishes. Maybe the food perked you up?

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  22. you're no longer near sg buloh? aww.. i should be moving there within 2 months time.. Good to know there's some nice food nearby there

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  23. It looks like you had a great feast! Have a great weekend of fun and thanks for visiting my blog :-)

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  24. this looks so inviting, i love all the dishes above.

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