Hubby took me to this place here located in Seri Kembangan sometime back for a slightly different version of claypot loh shue fun (rat tail noodle literally translated from Cantonese) but I never got on to write something about it cos the pictures I took turned out super duper small, no thanks to my boiboi. This time I got them right! Those whom have worked in TPM or Cyberjaya would definitely know this Kedai Makanan Laut Yoke Heng.
Yoke Heng is famous for this version of thick gravied loh shue fun, almost like loh meen but better. The slippery noodles are generously topped with fragrant and crunchy deep fried dried shrimps which gave this dish the edge. Very different indeed from the usual dried version like Seng Kee's or Goon Wah's.
We have tried their dishes here as well which tasted generally good and reasonabily priced too. I knew our family did enjoyed the dishes. One of the favourite that I tend to see appearing on the tables is this Yim For Kuat or was it For Yim Kuat, not sure the translation... but its sweetish sticky pork ribs that came wrapped in aluminium foil. Quite similar to mutt chup (honey coated). The ribs are tender and the sweetness is not over cloying.
Tekko of eatinout have a map to this place. I've marked this place at Wikimapia. Look out for East of Highway Restaurant and turn inside this road. Yoke Heng is just further down the road. Sorry no price placed here cos I can't recall but it will be better cos I got myself a notepad for this purpose haha...
To stir fry your own loh shue fun, try this or this.
Kedai Makanan Laut Yoke Heng
No. 33, Jalan SR 8/4,
Taman Putra Indah,
43300 Seri Kembangan
Tel: 03-8943 8753
Opening Hours: Monday - Sunday 10:30 am - 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
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