Yut Kee is one of the grand old lady of the Kuala Lumpur kopitiam scene having been established since 1928. Today it's being run by the third generation of the family.
Sometimes I felt this place might be too old and too famous to pass, so I would still drop by just to have a feel of old coffeeshop. Chicken Chop is still decent, Robi Babi is intriguing, and didn't get to try the Roasted Pork Special yet.
There is a place hidden from hectic society silently operating in a cozy little shop. However the outlet is always packed with people walking in and out.
I think this is a unique (in terms of food) yet affordable cafe. We tried the mango salad, which had a classy presentation, with combination of wantan skin basket, sunflower seed, raisins and mayonnaise. The taco pepperocino (pasta with cuttlefish) is slightly spicy, yet refreshing (better than aglio olio). Seafood pumpkin is very unique and extremely filling (we got the whole medium-sized pumpkin), and the red sauce filling with seafood and rice is delicious nevertheless. The cafe might not be in a very prestigious neighborhood, but the food is unique and delicious, and affordable.
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I like Korean Food (maybe because most of them are made of flour); this place has a nice and comfy deco, and showing Korean MTV all day long. The crowd is just nice, not too lonely neither too crowded. I think the bibimbap set is quite good: colourful, taste good and seems healthy. The Jeon Platter is nice, but the rice cake carbonara is a disappointment, should be improved! Prices: * Jeon Platter: RM 15 * Seafood Pa-jeon: RM 11 * Bibimbap: RM 15
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It's not as cheap as Penang, but the food served here is decent with good selection of Penang delicacies.
The spicy pan mee is differs from others as the chili is blended in the dough.
Quite an interesting restaurant for pan mee, with pan mee made from golden pumpkin, which is quite good. Kam Heong pan mee have a stronger taste, and Dumpling with Laksa Soup is not bad as well. My bro and I been here long time I ago, and I ask him why we didn't come back? He says the soup is quite salty. Have the shop redeemed itself (soup still salty)? I dunno, since I didn't order soup stuff. This place is quite crowded during weekend lunch, but the crowd is still bearable. The customer service could use some improvement.
Chatime is franchised from Taiwan. We aim to be the most loved & respected Tea Company in the world. We are using high-tech tea & coffee machines to make consistently high quality fresh tea and coffees.
Chatime is the latest Bubble Tea Craze in town, and they opened out a bigger outlet here with more seating, and music, and added fried chicken into the menu.
Of all the kopitiam in Puchong, I believe HainanTea has a slightly more interesting menu: ribena longan with plenty of longan, hainan skin or brown twister egg mayo, the convinient omega soft boiled egg set (with wholemeal bun), the unique peanut butter hainan chee cheong fun and the pretty good bbq chicken rice. We frequent this place for supper most of the time, and sometimes for lunch and dinner.
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I am not a fan of chee cheong fun or yong tau foo food but trust me this place is really so tasty until I could come back to eat here when I have so many chee cheong fun stalls around my housing area. The place may look a bit scruffy and street-ish to you but they have good food.
The sotong taste sweet and spicy at the first few mouthful. Then it tasted spicy all the way until I finished the noodle. If you are a sotong lover, you should definitely try this out.
My wife which is not an Indian Mee lover love this as well, so I would say it's really good. I'm not a fan of sotong on mee, but this is nicely done.
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I found nothing too fantastic, but my wife love it. Still a nice drink under the hot sun, standing and eating by the road side is an experience, and very affordable.
I am not a fan of Hokkien mee, but this is tasty. The stall worker will ask if you want to add many things (10+ of them), so mine come up to RM 12 stuffed with all kind of ingredients, but it's good. Without additional stuff, it's less then RM 5 per bowl.