Monday, September 21, 2015

Yap Hup Kee Palace

Mouse tail noodle (lo su fen) MYR4.50 and Chee Cheong Fun in curry MYR2.50 All prices are nett prices.

5 pork meat balls for MYR7

Four angled bean with fish paste MYR6

Pumpkin Barley drink - MYR2.50 - I was expecting a bowl but the drink came in a glass.

Click on all the menus for a larger image. For the Chee Cheong Fun, you can choose between curry gravy, soy sauce minced pork or sweet sauce. For the Lo Su Fen, you can have it dry and spicy, dry non spicy, soup or curry gravy.

More items on the menu

Soup and deep fried food

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More deep fried food

Elaborate ceiling design

Nicely decorated interior

A palace for 2 types of noodles?

Our total bill for two pax

Location: 39, Jalan Kuchai Lama Maju 7, Kuchai Entreprenuer Park



22 comments:

  1. The items all look good. Eating in a palace is not cheap....

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  2. Pumpkin Barley drink... how does it tastes like? is it sweet? is it mildly citrus? it looks interesting to me hehe

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    1. No citrus taste because no lime or any citrus fruits used. Taste like sweet potatoes drink to me. Slightly sweet only.

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  3. Why "palace"? I was expecting some very grand and expensive Chinese restaurant. Maybe the word they were looking for was "place"? Anybody can help translate the Mandarin in the signboard?

    I went to Le Cafe here yesterday and I thought the name was French-derived. Turned out to be a direct transcription from Mandarin. Will blog about it soon.

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    1. Nothing in the Chinese words about Palace. Le Cafe is direct transcription from Mandarin? That I will have to see.

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  4. wow, a palace for Lo Shwee Fun and Cheong Fun!! that's why the elaborated ceiling design?? haha.. barley pumpkin drinks, that's something new to me, how does it taste??

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    1. Hahaha, ya, maybe the ceiling is due to the fact that it is a palace. The pumpkin barly drink tastes like sweet potatoes drink - Fan Su Tong sui.

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  5. Ahhh, loh shi fun, kam ngam I also had curry loh shi fun yesterday for lunch, nice.. And easy to eat, for us girls, haha..

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  6. Wow, they have a nice shop now....I think the name Palace was added to differentiate it from the one in Pudu....and with a more premium price, of course. The difference I see is that their YTF now comes in preset pieces in plates (like dim sum) rather than per piece as you like (choose). Taste wise, is it similar?

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    1. At first I did not know which one in Pudu you are talking about until I asked my spouse. I have eaten at the Pudu place but I can't remember the taste so I cannot tell whether or not it is similar but this one is quite tasty.

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  7. wow such a nice name for a restaurant....got the word 'Palace'....who would have thought it serves noodles....

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    1. contact.ewew recognised the name of the shop without the name palace.

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  8. Palace sounds a bit... conceited, for a restaurant that serves noodles, hahaha!

    That dry lou shu fun... is there any sauce to it at all? It looks... a bit too dry for me.

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    1. A little sauce from the minced pork.

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  9. What a grand name and grand ceiling :D

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  10. Chee Cheong Fun in curry?? Don't think we've that in SG........ xoxo

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  11. The palace name sound so grand and inviting.
    I always loved to eat curry chee cheong fun which is a special KL food that we can never have it in Penang. They always taste appetizing for me to eat anytime.

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