Monday, 30 June 2014

Kedai Makanan Yut Kee, Kuala Lumpur

I was meant to write about this before exams but time did not permit. Though I read on Timeout much earlier that they were set to relocate in early June (yes, I'm slow), I thought it'll be nice to leave a piece of this place on my blog just for keepsake.

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Located at the corner of Jalan Dang Wangi and Jalan Kamunting, Yut Kee has been a significant part of many KL foodie journeys serving traditional Hainanese cuisine for several years.

My parents and I reached at precisely 7.45 a.m.. By then, tables were already occupied by cyclists who stopped by for their post-cycling session (I thought we were early!).

Kopi peng. Not to miss at every kopitiam trip. Just look at how kao (thick) it is!

Toast with kaya and butter (above) and soft-boiled eggs a.k.a. the dynamic duo.

Steamed bread rather toasted. Still a fan of toasted bread, though!

Roti babi! Wasn't too fantastic...

... and then this made the little difference to its flavour. The table next to mine were told, "you do not eat my roti babi without LP sauce!" by the restaurant auntie.

Hainanese chicken chop which increased by RM1.00 from the last time I saw the menu (RM9.50 now).

I guess the only downside of this trip was that we were served cold food (bread & eggs) which was a major turn off. Other than that, it was great to have experienced dining at one of the oldest coffee shops in Kuala Lumpur one last time before they relocate. 

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Stay tuned for my Penang trip post! Cheers.

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