Saturday, 8 August 2009

Kuala Lumpur's Yut Kee

Despite my busy schedule in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, I still had time to visit the Yut Kee Restaurant in Jalan Wang Dangi. My daughter said that I love this place. Quite rightly so, because Yut Kee serves old style hainanese chicken chop. But they have other delightful stuff as well. A visit there is always like a food adventure. Here are various photographs of Yut Kee's offerings, taken at various moments in the past:

My all-time favourite: the Yut Kee chicken chop. It may be a pre-cooked dish and thus mass produced but it's still good. I first experienced it in the late 1970's and had never forgotten it since.

The Yut Kee roti babi

How about some french toast? Also a favourite from the restaurant. It comes with their own homemade kaya, just the way my family used to make it

The filling for their Swiss Roll is their homemade kaya, which gives the cake a completely different but excitingly new taste

Finally, this is Yut Kee's version of the traditional English roast pork, available on Sunday mornings


stephen said...

OMG, the food looks really good!Sinful but good.I'll take all for B,L and D.The roast pork takes the top billing for me.Add a side dish of potatos and a beer and we're all set for a very pleasant Sunday! I;ll have to put the reataurant on my list if i ever happen to be in KL on a holiday.

colin said...

You've got to try the chicken chop with their toasted bread. They use whole loaf and slice off the crust.

Anonymous said...

It should be Jalan Dang Wangi

H e n r i c k said...

Wow.. they looks delicious!! O.O