Yut Kee @ Jalan Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur

I had a very blissful birthday this year.
A blessed one.
Blessed with lotsa good food; thanks to friends, family & Chris esp, who have the intention of expanding my waistline! (or was it vice versa? oops!)


From pre to post celebration flooded with meals schedule. Oh please.
Yeah, there was an itinerary lined up for me:


Pre-birthday
Hearty brunch at Yut Kee
Tea at Su’s
Dinner at Huck’s


BDay
Brunch at Jade Pot DimSum
Tea at Huckleberry
Dinner at Prego


Post-birthday
Lunch at Kampachi


Spoilt with food. Now I’m lined up with sources to share! 🙂


A hearty start at Yut Kee Kopitiam was a perfect idea by Chris. Needless to intro about Yut Kee as it has been around since 1928, planted with histories of serving good cups of local-style brewed coffee, tea and their specialties. Managed by the 3rd generation now, they are still doing great!


“Old is Gold” I love this term & we love dining out at old authentic coffee house like this. Sitting on the wooden chair surrounded by the ‘old-school’ atmosphere, sipping my ‘teh-C’ away while watching Chris enjoying his coffee. hee…


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Fried HaiLam Mee – RM5.70
I love how they stir-fry the noodles with the ‘it’ sauce. I ate more than him. Oops.


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Roti Babi – RM7.50
From the very first time we heard about this, we thought it sounded impolite. haha. But, nonetheless this was one good order. With stuffings thatcontains fried minced pork, onions, carrots, it filled our appetite quick. Wrapping the fillings were the deep fried bread. Sinful but we were busy humming ‘yum’ all the way 😉


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Roasted Pork Roll with Apple Sauce – RM12 (per portion of 2 slices)
Best-seller! I bet most of you had these!


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Time to leave Yut Kee for the next session! Busy as a bee…… *glee*
Oh. and remember to check out their Hainanese Pork Chop too!


~Non-Halal~
Yut Kee Restaurant
35 Jalan Dang Wangi
Tel” +603 2698 8108.
Opens from 8am-5pm daily, closed Mondays and last Sunday of the month

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13 Comment

  1. rubinho says: Reply

    I've been dying to go to this place for so long! Need to do it soon! The pictures of pork is killing me! haha :p

  2. Simon Seow says: Reply

    The Hailam mee turned out to be quite good. It's the first time I tried it last month.

  3. ai wei says: Reply

    argh, u went huckleberry without me!!! >< yerrr

  4. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    I haven't tasted the roasted pork roll with apple sauce… yet!!!

  5. jason says: Reply

    I need GPS to go there!

  6. J2Kfm says: Reply

    Yeah and that's the roast pork that I have been missing, SInce on weekends only right?

  7. WyYv says: Reply

    The roasted pork roll sells for RM 12 for 2 pieces? Kinda expensive to me, but nevertheless it worth a try since it looks really good 😀 The roti babi also looks quite appetizing as well, gotta try that too someday.. lol..

  8. Taufulou says: Reply

    wow! what a food plan you have for the day..

    ahhh, thainks this was the place i have been looking for that i forgot the name..hehe~

  9. Nikel Khor says: Reply

    its.. seducing me to eat..

  10. CUMI & CIKI says: Reply

    LOVE the food here. great choice for a babitarian feast;)

  11. tour bali says: Reply

    delicius food nyam..nyammmm

  12. Marianna says: Reply

    Happy new year to you and each of your readers!

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