July 27, 2013

I miss Curry Chee Cheong Fun at Yap Hup Kee

I remembered my roomie Kai Yien bought me nice curry chee cheong fun during my days in uni, and I remembered how tasty it was. I seldom eat chee cheong fun unless I'm sick (when I was a kids) and it's hard to look for a nice curry chee cheong fun in Penang (if you found one, please do tell me!). Boyfie's friends called and there was a reason why I willing to leave lovely Levain that fast as I heard the name of curry chee cheong fun! I was extremely hyper along the way from Levain to reach Yap Hup Kee Chee Cheong Fun
If you were a newbie to this place, you definitely need a GPS to lead you there. We went to Pudu branch, I think they do have another branch at Damansara area, google it for more details. Look for the red shop lot when you reach that area and that's it; yuuhooo!  
The first thing that came inside my eyes is this stall and I wonder where the hell is tables and chairs for diners? Don't get worry that fast, you will have your seat inside and air-con is provided, this is a plus during broiling weather. The main entrance is on right side.
Take a plate and pick your love from the yong tau foo spread laid out, the price is clearly stated in their menu which stick on the top. The next thing is to choose your main course, either dry curry chicken mee, minced pork lou shu fun (short rice noodles) or chee cheong fun with dried shrimp (you can choose curry one or the normal sweet black paste). I think they do served other type of mee, which stated in their menu. Take your seat and now wait your food to be served! 
Curry Chee Cheong Fun with dried shrimp
At first I do not know why they served chee cheong fun topped with dried shrimp (for decor I thought), yet the moment I had a bite on it, it's heavenly good and it did a little help to enhance the taste. All of us did not ordered the normal sweet black sauce or other mees, so I can't show them here. This is so good until some of us ordered 2 bowls in a row; the chee cheong fun is chewy and thinly shredded which ease the consumption. It's so good until I can finish 1 bowl my own even I just had my spaghetti at Levain earlier. 
Here comes the yong tau foo we picked, it was all fried stuffs here; we purposely forgot to get some soup stuff and we just realized about it after they served this up. You don't have to worry the thick flour coated with little fillings (which we always face at normal hawker center), you can't even find thick flour over here, how generous they are. You need to try their fried tofu skin roll as it's awesome and not too salty! Not much photos in this post as I'd been attracted by the food and they mumbled: eat me, don't take photo... 

Restaurant Yap Hup Kee (Pudu Main Outlet)
Location: 45, Jalan Brunei Barat (off Pudu), 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Business Hours: 9am - 5pm and 5.30pm - 11pm (Closed every 2 weeks on Tuesday)
Contact Number: 03-21489220

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I woke up at 5am and have this post done.

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