Wednesday, September 3, 2008

yee fatt tai chow @ ss15

some weeks back, i was looking up some food blogs for good tai chow. my most frequented and which still remains as one of my favourite tai chow place would be tian tian lai at sunway. however, i decided to try somewhere different and i stumbled upon this dish which looked pretty delectable, fried yee mee kong nam style.

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fried yee mee kong nam style

the yee mee is fried to crisp and, very much like the sang har meen style. the crispy noodles are then laden with gravy similar to wat tan hor with prawns, snow peas, cuttlefish, carrots, chinese cabbage and... century eggs! actually what attracted me to this dish was the century egg, have been a big fan and will always be one!

(ps: many years ago, when i was told how century eggs became century eggs without going through a century, i stopped eating them. how silly! its so yum!)

back to the noodles, well it tasted pretty bland to be honest. other than the century eggs being the saving grace, the noodles and the gravy is just so-so.

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kung po mantis prawn

craving for mantis prawn then, we ordered it to be done kung po style. it did not disappoint, nor was it fantastic.

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stir fried string beans with brinjal

string beans have always been a favorite of mine, hence it's only appropriate it makes an appearance on the dinner table as the green dish to balance the meal. string beans with brinjal spells Y.U.M.

that's all for today, blogging from work, what do you expect??

restoran yee fatt
1, jalan ss15/4c,
47500 subang jaya.
(opposite nasi kandar pelita)

[disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are based on my personal views, tastebuds and preference and may vary for others. please dont sue me, i dont have money. kthxbye.]


Jen said...

new layout! w00t! damn nice hahhahaa

YilingL said...

jen: hehe thanks. credits to calvin!

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