During the 3rd day of our visit to KL, my friend Uncle Billy said he will bring us to his hometown to eat the famous Ampang Yong Tau Hu. It was the first time I met Uncle Billy too. We were Maple Buddies... haha..
When we arrived, the place was packed with people already. There were 3 shops, all selling Yong Tau Hu, and all 3 were packed with customers. We went to Restoran Foong Foong. As we entering, we could hear the boss using the microphone and placing orders. Cool... you won't get to see this in Kuching.
Delicious dumpling soup!!!
Yummy Yummy... it's totally different from our Kuching's Yong Tau Hu. The fish balls are big.. everything is bigger in size. I like the fried one.. We couldn't really finish all these.. The total price for these are RM32 including 3 drinks. Really worth the price when the food is good.
They also have stuffed brinjal and bittergourd. We didn't ordered these as we're not a big fan of these 2 vege. :) Fried dumpling are also available. But we were too full already to try the fried dumpling. :(
There were many stalls selling this and that nearby as it was "Gao Wong Yeh's" Birthday. We stopped by the temple to pray. On the way back, I saw this colourful fruit candy.
Thanks Uncle Billy for treating us this delicious Yong Tau Hu. Hope to see you again soon! :)