Monday, February 10, 2014

Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo - Now moved to Carinhill Hotel


ATTENTION!

*Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo has moved to Cairnhill Hotel, Batu 3 1/2 Jalan Ipoh

Where to find? Check the info...

Yong tow foo / yong tau foo/ yong taw/tau foo/fu… these three famous wordings are translated by Cantonese language, is originally from Hakka Chinese food recipe. You will see stuffed meat in various ranges of vegetables such as: lady fingers, bean curd, bitterguords, chilli, and many others. The origin Hakka recipe will recommends fish paste and pork meat to be used as the stuffed meat. However, as Malaysia always welcomes and respects different religions to enjoy various kinds of food, most of the Yong Tau Foo contains fish paste or mixture of fish and chicken meats. However, it is advisable to ask before ordering just in case you or your friends are non-pork eater.

So the food journey started when I always drove and passed by this restaurant written “Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo”. One day, the shop’s signboard pop out in my mind when I wake up, and I took an opportunity to go there purposely to enjoy a Yong Tow Foo meal.

“Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo” is located between Jalan Segambut and Jalan Ipoh. They use fish paste only in their servings.

You will not miss the signboard as the shop displays their shop’s name and also Steamboat signboard clearly. In the morning, we get to eat Yong Tow Foo, and during the night, you can get the local steamboat at the same place!
So what can we order in the Yong Tow Foo shop?

Paper wrapped chicken…feel just like mom’s cook style!



Paper wrapped chicken, oh mama!
As yummy as you can see...

Various Yong Tow Foo



See the stuffed fish paste in the eggplant? Ah Ha!


Fried dumpling and fried beancurd

Fried dumpling and beancurd



These are the current prices…





Ah ha! Just as you think they only have Yong Tow Foo. Well, they have stalls selling super crispy healthy popiah, Penang Rojak, Tauhu Bakar (more like grilling the Tauhu and stuff the cucumber slices in the Tauhu) and steamed groundnuts…


Popiah
Colorful and yummy popiah

Egg tarts, biscuits and breads… (for me, it is just moderate rating)


Kee Mei Siew Pao






And fried chestnuts…


Can you smell the chestnut is cooking???!!!

Oh my! You better don’t miss this, well, at least we found out Ampang is not the only place that serve nice and delicious Yong Tow Foo.




Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo

Cairnhill Hotel, 6th floor, Batu 3 1/2, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur.

Business hours: 9am till 5pm, closed on Monday

Tel: 012-3684340/ 019-3098283


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