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16 Oct 2012

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Review: Prawn Noodles @ Yong Leng

**Non-Halal**


Restoran Yong Leng is a typical Chinese coffee shop located in a corner lot opposite KFC/Perodua showroom in Taman Tun Dr Ismail. There are many stalls operating in there such as char koay teow, chee cheung fun, Penang prawn noodles, bao and assortment of kuih-muih (local cakes). Ohh by the way, the signboard has a missing G in Leng which now reads Len only :p

I've tried the char koay teow here and it was pretty ok, just that the portion is kinda small which really reminds me of Penang. 

There was another visit which I finally tried the Penang prawn mee (har meen in Cantonese) also known as Hokkien Mee in Penang which I've read raving reviews on other blogs. I ordered a small bowl (RM4.00; large one is RM4.50... yes price has increased!) of mee hoon mixed with yellow noodles, my fave combi for prawn mee. From the looks and taste of it, it is authentically Penang style which has half-split medium sized prawns, boiled pork slices, beansprouts and kangkung in a prawn shells and pork bones broth with reddish prawn and chilli oil swimming on top. It is usually finished with a sprinkling of fried shallots and the essential slight tangy chili paste.

Prawn Mee

Yong Len's version is quite good with the broth packing a punch but it's not my favourite though. I still prefer the Penang stall behind Yut Kee. I like the broth more which tasted naturally sweet and best part, it has the addition of pork ribs! Nevertheless this is still good in this part of Kuala Lumpur.


Restoran Yong Leng
2 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1
60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603 7728 0376
Closes on Monday
GPS Coordinates: N3.141630, E101.629243

10 comments:

Life for Beginners said...

".. just that the portion is kinda small which really reminds me of Penang .."

Haha, yeah small portions of CKT and other hawker fare always reminds me of Penang. It's cute.

J said...

Mmmmm. Used to love coming to this place but parking is always such a PAIN in this area....

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

these are the times i wished i could even get a AUD4.50 bowl of noodles..let alone RM4.50.

that being said, i seriously seldom eat out at RM4.50 places while i was back in msia..haha

babe_kl said...

Kenny, small portions but it only costed like RM2.50-RM3 as compare in KL, no? :p

J, yeah unless you come here on a Sunday :p

LOL Joe you so funny! At least Joe can cook now ;-)

Sean said...

oooh, my office (where i've worked for 11 years) is actually a five-minute walk from yut kee, but i've never tried that penang stall u mentioned ... then again, i've also only eaten at yut kee once :D

thule a.k.a leo said...

well, that's the best I can get if I were to have breakfast nearby my house... I mean in TTDI!

babe_kl said...

Sean, the CKT at that lane is one of my fave but it's KL style one black black and best without egg!

Leo, kekeke ya ya

Jen said...

yumm! that looks spicy and yummy! I'm into spiciness as of lately :)

Have a lovely weekend!
jen @ www.passion4food.ca

UnkaLeong said...

Try the one in Kampung Cempaka. I think KY blogged about it before. Yong Len, the one in Kg. Cempaka and the one in O&S has my votes for best Har Mein in PJ ;)

babe_kl said...

I did read about the Kg Cempaka one but almost everything in O&S also very nice leh aiyo now I wanna eat the Penang CCF, no thanks to you Unka!!!