Monday, October 26, 2015

Taste House Kitchen & Bakery

Hand made noodle - we did not ask for its price.

This shop is in Happy Garden, Rukun 2 Road, near the famous roast pork Mooi Mooi coffee shop. We have no idea what it serves and we just wandered in one day looking for dinner at 4.30pm.

Very nice fish paste (yu wat) - can taste the fish meat in it.

Deep fried brinjal and sui kow

Total price including a herbal drink came up to MYR19 nett. I only asked about the price for the above chee cheong fun which is MYR2.20 nett, did not ask about the prices for the other food items. May visit here again just for the fish paste.

40 comments:

  1. Well, the noodles look yummy to me!

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    1. Good enough. Taste like indomie.

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  2. The curry chee cheong fun looks tempting to me, I have never tried curry CCF before, don't think we have it in SG

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    1. Buy plain ccf and buy curry mee tapao the curry separately and eat ccf curry at home! :)

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  3. Love the deep fried brinjal too

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    1. I like the brinjal pieces to be thick.

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  4. Looks oily, the noodles but I guess it was the reflection of the lights at the place - I hate that when it happens especially when it is something nice but gives the impression of being oily...when in fact, it really isn't so and it does not help one bit that I seem to get some snooty people dropping by to condemn and criticise, that's their game - you do not seem to get the likes of those, lucky you!

    RM2.20 for the chee cheong fun? That is so cheap! I wonder how big the plate is...and also how much each yong tow foo item is.

    New place, eh? The red cloth is still hanging there.

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    1. The ccf is quite a big portion. Let us see when they will take down the red cloth. I am not important enough for ppl to spend their time criticising. The noodle is not that oily.

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  5. My favourite when I order yong taufu - fried brinjals and fried suikow.. I can eat 10! But it's not cheap.. A piece is about RM1.30-1.50, so have to stinge a bit, hehe..

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    1. The price of ytf is around there. Eat 3 pieces equal one plate of chapfan.

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  6. there are a few eatery shops along that road but so far I have only been to Mooi Mooi and for only once, haha.. the YTF and CCF looks good to me, but I don't order chili because I'll just eat the meat in it and leave the chili skin, wasteful hor?? haha~~ xD

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  7. The moment I saw that 'ching' bowl of soup with yue wat and yin choy, I knew you would like it! ;)

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  8. Good for you, ordering without asking for the price. Behaving just like how rich people would! (Actually I also do that sometimes, no wonder people claim I am rich) >.<

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    1. Ordering food without knowing its price is known as being foolish! LOL! Not rich. ;p

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  9. everything looks so 'sedap' to me...either I'm hungry or the picture is fooling me?

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  10. I like fried brinjal and sui kow, so that is what I would order :)

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  11. When I have YTF, a must to have brinjal! Deep fried one...yum!

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  12. Wahhhh.. All looks so goid to me now!! Missingggg....

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  13. Everything looks good but I want that fried brinjal the most. Hehe.

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  14. I would like to try the black sauce noodles. Yum! xoxo

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  15. is Brinjal a malaysian term for eggplant? I love deep fried eggplants and it will taste much better if you dip it on a shrimp paste .. and then match it with rice.. yum yum

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    1. You can find the word brinjal in any english dictionary. It does mean eggplant but it is not a malaysian term. According to the Cambridge online dictionary, brinjal is Indian English or South African English for aubergine. Ah, so you like shrimp paste. I like the eggplant omelette.

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  16. My top favourite at these YTF shops are the fried dumplings!
    All the others are okay with me. The chilly sauce is the most important and must taste good.

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    1. You must eat chilly sauce at every meal?

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  17. Dinner at 4.30pm? :)

    I like this type of food too.

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