Yook Woo Hin

Yook Woo Hin is located at Petaling Street. From google search, I found out that it is one of the oldest and established Chinese restaurants in Petaling Street. It is located at 100, Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. It opens from morning until tea time according to the information given in the Internet.

I think its famous dishes are the Fried Beef Noodle (Ngau Hor), Singaporean Fried Noodle (Sin Chow Mai), boxing chickens and the steamed dim sum. However, during my first visit we did not order any of the above. We tried something different.

Signature Noodle
It is fried wanton noodle with vegetables and meat. The noodle is quite dry and tastes good.

Vegetable
We ordered a plate of vegetable. This dish is a bit salty. Maybe, they put a lot of MSG inside.

Fried Rice
Their fried rice is nice because it tastes similarly to what I have at home.

After finished a plate of fried noodle and fried rice, we ordered another plate of fried noodle again. We ordered the Cantonese Fried Noodle (Wat Tan Hor)

Chinese Tea

The restaurant logo?

The price of eating at this restaurant is quite expensive. Maybe it is because of this restaurant is well known.

However, this restaurant marks it last day of operation today (on 31st August 2012). I am glad that I have been here trying some of their dishes. The rest are history.

Location:
100, Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Coffee Terrance

Coffee Terrance Restaurant at the Genting Highlands is one of the best choices for buffet lunch. It’s quite cheap when you buy the package that comes with a returned bus ticket, returned skyway and buffet/theme park. If not mistaken, it just costs RM 43.00.

For me, going up the hill and enjoy the buffet with cold breezily air, it’s very worthy. This restaurant covers a wide range of food. From the local Malay delicacies to Chinese food, Indian food, Japanese food and Western food. Here is some of the pictures of the food that I have taken during my visit to this restaurant. 🙂

Satay – Malay food

Prawn Noodle and Laksa – Malay food

Fried Vegetable – Chinese Food



Dim Sum – Chinese food

Sushi – Japanese food


Miso soup – Japanese food

Salad – Western food

Lamb & Fish with cream soup

Teh Tarik

Fruits

Desserts