Luk Yu Tea House


After tried their dim sum selections, we went back to the same restaurant to try other food from the menu. Coincidently, they were having promotions during our visit where we could order their rice and noodle selections with reduced prices. Of course, the portion was small than its usual one but it is good to try since we wanted to try many different food.

Yang Chow Fried Rice
Simple fried rice, enough taste and not too dry. The portion that they gave us was enough for two bowl.

Fried Kuay Teow with Beef and Fried Loh Shu Fun
This fried kuay teow may look small portion but it is quite delicious and it tasted better than the fried loh shu fun below. The ingredients included the sliced of beef, bean sprouts and egg.

And this fried loh shu fun looked quite delicious too but still not enough taste. I did not know whether it was because I ate the fried kuay teow first, then I found this noodle not enough taste. However, it gave quite a lot of ingredients which include minced meat, bean sprouts and kau choi.

Fish Head Noodle
Another good try was their fish head noodle. I liked the fish head soup with milk. It is very delicious. It gave few slices of the fish meat with some tomatoes, ham choi and fried onions. It always go well with rice vermicelli.


Also visit my other reviews on Luk Yu Tea House,
https://liyenz.wordpress.com/2009/11/07/luk-yu-restaurant/
Location:
Luk Yu Tea House, Feast Floor, Starhill Gallery, 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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