Monday, July 5, 2010

Yin Yong (Braised Flat Noodles with Rice Vermicelli) – Makeshift Chi Chow Stall at Jalan Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong.

I ‘tar pau’ (take away) a packet of Yin Yong (Braised Flat Noodles with Rice Vermicelli) from a small stall not far away from Tuck Kee Dim Sum makeshift restaurant. It cost me RM5 for one serving portion. Although this ‘Chi Chow’ stall is very small, it is very clean and tidy. All the spoons and chop sticks on the table are covered to prevent dust and dirt from settling on them. The meat, prawns and other fresh ingredients are kept in the fridge and only taken out when needed. They serve a variety of noodles like Ee Mee, Kueh Teow, Tai Lok Mee, Hokkien Char, Wat Tan Hor and Yin Yong. Apart from that, they also have dishes like curry fish, vegetables and rice. The thick starchy gravy that covered the flat noodles & rice vermicelli (kueh teow plus bihun) in the yin yong is very tasty. This is one of the good ones that I have come across in KL. Although I still prefer Penang Tuapan but I guess this yin yong can satisfy my cravings for a while! LOL!

Address
Chi Chow Stall (with bread and kueh stall in entrance, Third stall from the other end of Tuck Kee row) Jalan Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur
Open at Night only

13 comments:

manglish said...

ahhh i 1st know abt yin yong wen i came to KL to study and had fell in love with it ever since hehehe

reanaclaire said...

great to hear that they take efforts to cover chopsticks and all.. so far, in ipoh, i seen one shop like that only.. :)
flat noodles with rice vermicelli? is it koay teow with mihoon? one of my colleagues loves this mixture..

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

wow! great! cz i never heard or seen any stall that keep their chopstick all in fridge yet! clean!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like to eat chi chow but nowaday chi chow quite expensive, not much ingredients...

smallkucing said...

Good wor. Keeping everything fresh. Can see the "mihun" also very crispy

Mei Teng said...

Yin yong noodles is one of my favourites.

Suhaina said...

wow, i have never tasted this before. would love to try it. hope its halal.

suituapui said...

Looks like Cantonese fried...

Jen Cheung said...

never tried yin yong! but looks yummy lor!! hehe

jen @ www.passion4food.ca

xin said...

it is so hard to find good yin yong! some gravy nice but the fried meehoon not crispy to the right degree, or vice versa. i actually like the fried meehoon inside only :P i always order without the kuay teow

Alice Law said...

I love Yin Yong... but nowadays it's hard to find a good one... sigh~! Penang Tua pan nice kar? I never have it before!:)

Have a nice day Pete!

[SK] said...

feeling hungry for a plate of yin yong now~~ :p

Annie Q said...

Yin Yong, i love yin yong, there is one nearby my house, "sau kei" fried noodles, their yin yong very good, beside than their famous big prawns fried noodles. Some of the weekend, when we no cook, we will eat there.

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