Yap Hup Kee Yong Tau Foo @ Pudu

Our friends were visiting from Melbourne, en route Bali.

We just had to take them for some local food whilst they were in town.

YTF pudu
Yap Hup Kee – the famous Yong Tau Foo shop in Pudu.

“What the hell is that black thing.. can you eat that?” says Ger & N.

After some clarification, Ger decides to take the plunge and heaps the ‘black stuff’ onto his plate.

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As it turns out, the black stuff is deep fried intestine, and both our visitors polished the plate clean, declaring it was delicious.

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Also the chee cheong fun with dried shrimp in sweet sauce was a hit.

Being originally from Japan, N declared that the texture of the noodles was good and up to expectation! Phew..

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What we like best about Hup Kee is the variety of Yong Tau Foo they have – I mean, these people will stuff anything they can get their hands on, from ladies fingers to four angle beans and long beans. How on earth do u stuff a long bean right? Well, these people do it really well – fold it into a star and stuff the middle.

And if green veges are too healthy for you, then go for the deep-fried black intestine.
Something for everybody!

Add:
Restoran Yap Hup Kee,
45, Jalan Brunei Barat,
Off Jalan Pudu,
55100 KL.
Tel: 03-2148 9220
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Next stop.. in search of KL’s best bakuteh and the best martini!


POLL!

Since we are on the subject, where in KL is the best BAKUTEH served, and where do you go for the best MARTINI?
(Limited to KL due to time constraints ar.. so don’t tell me KLANG!)

Comments

  1. thule a.k.a leo says:

    Yap Hup Kee… in which street??? Might look for it one day…

  2. Simon Seow says:

    ah, not many ang moh eat organs, your friend really know what's good.

  3. fatboybakes says:

    bring me baybeh bring me…. i love friend intestine.

  4. YHK is my fave YTF place :). lurve the CCF,intestines, the wanton with yam and salted egg, and the dog bone (well, it looks like one). the herbal sui kow soup is quite nice too. miss it already :(

  5. Wilson & Rachel says:

    chee cheong fun is da best!

    loved this place!

  6. Well, I know that Restoren Teo Chew Bak Kut Teh in SS2 (down the road from that Lorong 100 Tahun place) is in no way the best BKT in town, but it's convenient and there's a nice range of other stuff they can sample (assam fish, otak-otak, that sour spicy vege ("shuein choi"?), stewed vinegar-y pork ("chu kiok shuein"?), etc).

    Oh, and the salted vegetable dish there rocks!
    (I can eat that with just rice and a bowl of soup and be completely satisfied…)
    :) :)

  7. KL no best BKT. Klang has. :)
    Yap Keat in Subang not bad, but originated from Klang it seems ….

    hmm, the one in Gunung Rapat in Ipoh can stuff even more erm … stuff!!
    :)

    http://j2kfm.blogspot.com/2009/06/meet-floggers-chapter-3-right-round.html

  8. hmmm, hush at bangsar for martinis…

  9. I love your food blog! Pictures are awesome and I think I can lick the food off the screen now!

  10. 550ml jar of faith says:

    Hats off to your visitors for braving the intestines! The YTF makers are very special breed of folks indeed – I mean, what compels them to stuff just about every vegetable known to mankind with the same fishy paste?

  11. Paranoid Android says:

    Ai yer… Intestines er! Don't know if that's the large or small intestines. Queasy eater, I am always imagining what is formed in the large ones! :D

  12. Will you bring me around to try the local food when I visit KL? :D

  13. qwazymonkey says:

    this is the best place for BKT! Soup's simply excellent. Call me if u wanna go. I'll have my regular vegetarian pot!

    http://alilfatmonkey.blogspot.com/2008/05/food-and-company.html

  14. Pureglutton says:

    I luv this shop… and those fried intestines are really sinful, i tell u! The CCf is one of the best around klang valley – of cos cant beat ipoh, but it's still good, esp those dried shrimp toppings! They have a branch in Damansara Uptown.

  15. Martini NO more … used to be the ones made by Phil of 7ate9, but he cabut and with it the quality also cabut!

    BKT!? Sob sob … No time for Klang. OK, you have to make do with Dynasty Hotel's :-)

    http://juliansi.blogspot.com/2007/06/bak-kut-teh-in-ban-lee-kl-and-funny.html

  16. Been here and the other branch at Damansara Uptown. Love their CCF :)

  17. Hello Cumi & Ciki, I eat to live, not live to eat, but the dishes here sure tormenting my taste buds like crazy!
    I love yong tau fu….
    You have fun and have a great week, best regards, Lee.

  18. Give a try at tis BKT Yeap Heng. They r Go…od! They ve 12 branches all over Klang. Jes opened a branch
    a stone throw away fr my off. Must order d DRY BKT, exotic pork tendon, stomach n some signature dishes as well.
    Restoran Bah Kut Teh Yeap Heng
    57-G, Jlan Kuchai Maju 1,
    Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
    58200 KL.Tel : 03-7983 6626
    Joanne Tan 012-2316226

    P/S don't go too early 'cos sometimes d herbal BKT is a bit
    "diluted" which I've complained. They told me 2 call them first so that they can accomodate my request 4 a "thicker herbal broth."

    Enjoy!
    pang
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  19. Seriously?! long bean yong …. never seen them before !
    I love pork intestines too ! yummay

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