Under my friend suggestion, we went to try this Ah Yip Herbal Soup which is located at Low Yat Plaza after our movie session at Times Square. The shop is not hard to locate, it is at the ground floor.
As you flip through the menu, you can find a lot of different soups. Some of them are very good for health and of course the price is not cheap then.
We come across a set meal which consists of a soup of your choice, a plate of chicken with vegetable, a small plate of foo chuk and a bowl of rice.
Scallop with Groundnut Soup
It consists for 2 dried little scallop, 1 chicken leg, few groundnuts and kei chi (medlar seeds) and 1 piece of chicken breast. The soup is quite nice to drink. It has the taste of home-boiled soup.
It is plain foo chuk.
The Chicken with vegetable
It gives quite generous amount of meat and vegetable, however, it looks quite oily.
I ordered a hot drink, chrysanthemum tea for RM2.50. It is slight expensive.
We did ordered another side dish from the ala-carte menu. It is the simple beancurb with fried onions, fried small shrimps with some spring onions on top of it.
This is how the whole set meal looks like with the drink. Enjoy 😀
Lot G-023A & 023B, Low Yat Plaza, Jalan Bintang, Off Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
I wanted to try out this Yong Tau Foo at The Gardens very long time ago but I felt it was quite pricey to eat Yong Tau Foo at the price of RM7.50 for a set of three pieces Yong Tau Foo with noodle/rice and a drink or RM8.90 for a set of five pieces Yong Tau Foo with noodle/rice and a drink.
It was then my colleagues asked to go for a try one day. I picked three Yong Tau Foo and chose meehoon with curry based. This is how it looked like.
Wow, to my surprise I liked and fell in love with its curry soup. Now, I think it is still worth to eat this Yong Tau Foo if you compare it with the Yong Tau Foo stall at Oasis food court in Mid Valley (in which the cheapest set is Rm4.90 for 3 pieces of Yong Tau Foo without any drink).
The amount of meat is generous and looks quite big piece. 🙂 They have different types of Yong Tau Foo to choose and they make it freshly everyday. Oh, forget to mention they give some bean sprout if you order noodle with curry based.
I have not tried the sweet sauce with chee cheung fun yet because I’m too obsessive with the curry soup!
I cannot be sure whether this stall is Halal or not. This stall sells all Halal Yong Tau Foo!
Finally, one day I broke my record by having the clear soup based with kway teow. This is how it looks like. Do you notice the eggplant is quite big? Yes, it is the actual size and this is the only eggplant that I like to eat.