I am not sure why but I have never notice this shop or ever heard of it before. But then, I am not very familiar with this part of the town. My son told me the shop sells the crispy noodle (sang meen) which my younger boys like. So, we went hunting for the shop.
The noodle is made from yee foo meen and is not exactly the same as the one in Cafe De Tai Tong. Yee Heong noodle has a more traditional taste to it. Anyway, my #3 son liked it so much, he refused to share! So, LOL, I don’t really know if it is very nice.
Kedai Makanan Yee Heong is open for lunch and dinner and sells all kinds of noodles and also chu char. They put their menu and photos of the dishes on the wall. So, it is very easy to just point to all the dishes you like.
A bowl of five sui kow costs RM4.50.
The nam yue fried chicken.
Sweet and sour fish. The dishes are not expensive and though not the tastiest, all of them have the traditional style of cooking. All palatable and great with white rice.
Hot plate, sizzling tofu with generous amount of shrimps, egg and meat.
The place is rather crowded and the lunch crowd consists of office workers and the people around the area. Overall, it is not a bad place to have lunch because the coffeeshop is not stuffy and doesn’t give you the ‘oily’ smell. It is airy, clean and service is quick. All the above plus drinks and white rice costs RM40.60 only.
There are plenty of dishes to choose from but since only a few of us were eating, we did not get to test out those dishes like choon pneah, lor bak, curries, soups and etc.
Kedai Makanan Yee Heong is at 12.14 Campbell Street, at the end of the row of goldsmiths and right across the market. I am not sure when they are close but they do close after 2.30 pm and opens again around 6.30 pm to 7 pm.
Do you have any special dish from this place to recommend?