Not only that, their Yong Tau Foo serves TAUHU SUMBAT (Stuffed taufo) as well as Quails eggs!
Quails eggs are my fav. What luck;)
I am talking about San Yulik. Old but good. This tiny, unassuming looking but clean coffee shop in Cheras is one of my favourites haunts for the YTF.
The curry sauce has kick! We find the sweet sauce too “beany” and salty. But the curry taste more like a Thai Laksa curry, and it is tres, tres YUM 🙂
Our initial plan was to eat at the Char Siew (BBQ pork) place up the road (Meng Shiang) but at 1pm, all the Char siew habis…. So, being the greedy pigs that we are, we ordered the Char Siew from the Next door neighbour, which was a chicken rice shop.
Only RM3 for a plate (for 1 person)! Now a days, what with hawkers hiking up their prices, THIS is considered cheap. Eventhough the Charsiew was only so-so… where can you find a plate of Char siew for 3 bucks in KL? Summore damn a lot.
55 cents per piece of YTF. A steal.
Because we are gluttons (not unlike team BSG… thanks boys!) and still hungry :P, we walk across the street looking for more goodies.
Hurray! More food! We tapau some “Ham Chim Peng” (chinese doughnut with sesame/red bean/glutinous rice centre) … some “Yau Char Kwai”(chinese doughnut that look like Siamese-twin, bread STICKS)…
And some huge-ass ‘cucuk udang’ (fried prawn fritters/cake)… bigger than my face!
I love Cheras.. i do:)
Add: Restoran San Yulik,
Jalan Kaskas 2,