Good quality food, and tasty.
‘Woon Chai Taufoo’ (Taufoo Bowl) is one of their specialties and I recommend that you go for this. The name of this dish is being derived from the way its prepared i.e. taufoo in a bowl. The taufoo texture is really smooth and is served together with oyster sauce and crispy dried prawns. The amount of oyster sauce can be reduce though. This yummy dish costs RM8
When this was recommended by Elmo Lee on one of his Youtube videos (click here), we decided to check out the Ipoh Mali YTF stall here. Priced at RM1.40-RM2 apiece, the YTF here is quite substantial with a good amount of filing.
We really enjoyed it. The filling was quite scrumptious and seasoned well with enough fish filling (instead of mainly flour). We like that they added a generous amount of scallion in the paste as well as big chunks of radish. This gave us different textures to bite into. Great stuff!
The Nasi Lemak rice bowl was very good, was beyond my expectation. As you can see, this is not your typical, basic Nasi Lemak. The one here came with more ingredients and variety. Their sambal was a fusion between nasi lemak sambal and satay peanut sauce?? That was what it tasted like to me. It certainly was unique and I loved it. Their Signature Chicken consisted of chicken meatballs dipped in sweet sauce with sesame sprinkle. Ooooo yummy!
Jiang Nan Style Noodles cooked in Cantonese Style with egg soup sauce mixed into seafood such as prawns, cuttlefish, vegetables and mushroom loaded with the noodles where Malaysian love this dishes and one of the popular and signature dishes for Hot Plate Noodle. The serving size should be enough for 2-3 person who share this dishes. Yummy!
The SS23 branch offers 12 high seat bat stools facing bar counter but now closed and 15 "4-seater" tables with CMCO only 11 tables with 2 customer max/table
The Nasi Lemak stall operated by an elderly couple offers chinese cooking Nasi Lemak with Sotong, beef, achar, fish, curry chicken, and fried mushroom. My plate of Nasi Lemak with the fried mushroom, beef, and boiled egg is at rm$7.50.
This dish (assam pedas nyonya rice) was tasty. As you can see, it includes a bowl of rice + a good portion of assam pedas fish with gravy + fish crackers + pickled vegetables + tomatoes + egg. The assam pedas gravy was well flavored. The fish portion was plenty however, do note that the fish is not steamed, instead its fried fillet, which was equally tasty.
The home- roasted coffee beans are freshly ground and brewed in all outlets to ensure the quality of every cup.