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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Khong Kee Yong Tau Fu @ Paramount Gardens

We are always on the lookout for healthy food and one of the favourite among KL people is Yong Tau Foo. The famous Ampang Yong Tau Foo is always too far for most of us, so here I introduce a closer place to satisfy your need.

Khong Kee Yong Tau Foo located at Taman Paramount, and by just looking at the signboard also you know that they have been here for very very long time! Long surviving old shop is always promising, because even with such décor also can survive, sure the food is good la!

Here is a shot of the shop, and surprisingly clean. Usual Malaysia Chinese style of table and red plastic chair. The place is well ventilated, but can be slightly hot during lunch time though. Because they actually cook in open area the back of the shop.

They are famous for their Yong Tau Foo and indeed it is quite good. I wouldn't say it's comparable with Ampang Yong Tau Foo, but it's good enough for me to make a come back. The soup based is a bit tasteless, good for healthier choice, bad for some others. Yong Tau Foo itself is fresh and tasty.

And the fried Yong Tau Foo is also good, fresh ingredients as well and tasty. Freshness is the key here.

Highlight of Khong Kee is the porridge that they serve. Seldom you will find Yong Tau Foo shop sell porridge and lots of people mistaken this place is a Dim Sum restaurant, because people seeing them eating porridge. But this is actually the real highlight of Khong Kee. It's called the Hong Kong Style Porridge with lots of ingredients like Chinese Peanuts, Dried Oyster, Dried Jellyfish, Mushroom topped with spring onion and some white pepper. The porridge is thick, creamy, soft and smooth. It's delicious, a must try if you love porridge. One of a kind when you eat the porridge with the Yong Tau Foo.

Or if you hated porridge then can order the cheapo fried mee hoon mee that's so common to Malaysian. It's the same everywhere, so you should know the expectations. They also have Chee Cheung Fun, if you fancy some.

I didn't pay for this, breakfast-ing with my family, but it's affordable, don't worry. I think the fried mee hoon mee is around RM2.50 while the porridge served with century egg is around RM5.00. Yong Tau Foo if not mistaken should be in RM1 per piece range. Not sure they adjusted the price now, because I heard they keep increasing the price last time =P Not something super fancy, but if you are craving for Yong Tau Fu in the area, do drop by.

Khong Kee Yong Tau Foo
22, Jalan 20/16A
Paramount Gardens
46300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: +6012 652 0003
Location Coordinate: N3° 6'25.15" E101°37'29.38"
Opening Hours: 7.30am till 3.45pm (closed on Monday fortnightly)

1 comment:

Jason Yu said...

The Food looks delicious!

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