Best 5 Yong Tau Foo Places in KL

Best 5 Yong Tau Foo Places in KL

Yong Tau Foo is many Malaysians’ favourites but do we know what meaning lies behind this name? Yong Tau Foo means stuffed beancurd in the dialect of Hakka. We refer Yong Tau Foo as various types of beancurd-based items like beancurd stuffed with meat, soy puffs, ladies’ fingers, chilli and brinjal. As magical as it can be, here go the 5 best places you can enjoy the most delicious Yong Tau Foo in KL.

1. Foong Foong Yong Tau Foo

Don’t be surprised by the crowd that you see when you reach here. Lucky are you too because the crowd doesn’t stand long because of the swift and fast transition. Patrons don’t linger too long in this place too so if you want to get a quick pit stop, this is the place to be. The Yong Tau Foo pieces are cooked on a hot greasy wok and then splashed with stock until cooked to light brown. You will fall in love with the freshness and natural sweetness of the vegetables. Want something light to have but super delicious, they have it!

Opening hours: Wed-Mon, 9:15 am-4:14 pm; Closed on Tuesdays
Address: 621, Jalan Merdeka, Kampung Baru Ampang, 68000 Ampang, Selangor

2. Segambut Yong Tau Foo

You will be served a wide range of yong tau foo munches to pick from. They emphasise so much on the freshest ingredients used for their customers. Many restaurants are crowded when it comes to lunch hours. Here, you can find ample seats and a spacious place to enjoy your scrumptious meal. To pimp this dish, you can tag along their finger-licking fruit rojak, fried prawn crackers and steamed potato buns. A tasty treat, so don’t miss out!

Opening hours: Tues-Sun, 9 am-5 pm
Address: 67, Jalan Segambut Pusat, Taman Segambut, 5120 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur.

3. Yong Tau Foo Kg. Pandan

This place is a typical old-styled warung in which you can create lovely memories with friends and family. This yong tau food spot has a great selection of ingredients to choose from, and are super affordable. By far, every customer who has eaten here has always come back with more people. Their signature gravy is to die for. So, if you want to try their special gravy, hit this place up.

Opening hours: Sat-Thurs, 11 am-10 pm; Closed on Fridays
Address: 4, Jalan Thaver, Kampung Pandan, 5510 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur

4. Restoran Yong Tau Foo Chan Chan

Fall in love with the silkiest and smoothest tofu with the tastiest soup in town! We suggest you try their fried items that are crispy and crunchy. As you walk into the restaurant, you will realise at least a plate of dumplings on every customer’s table. Seeing that, don’t be a fool by not trying out their dumplings. They are crusty on the outside and flavourful on the inside.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 11am-3:30pm & 6pm-9:30pm; Sundays 10am-9:30pm
Address: 69, Jalan 11/62a, Bandar Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur.

5. Ipoh Road Hakka Yong Tau Foo

Taste the authenticity of Hakka with the dark gravy sauce and a wide variety of ingredients to pick from. You will come across options that you have and have not tried. So, this could be the time for you to venture. Adding to this, the prices here are low so not to worry about leaving this place with an empty pocket.

Opening hours: Daily, 10 am-9:30 pm
Address: 2, Jalan Wangsa Utama, Taman Wangsa Permai, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

There you have it, folks – 5 amazing places in KL to have Yong Tau Foo! We have made your life easier. If you’re in the mood for a food hunt, check out these places in KL for pan mee, Thai food or even ramen. Now, you are left to make plans with your friends to check out these places.

On the other hand, if you are lazy to head out of home, you can always check foodpanda magazine for recipes or order via foodpanda app and get your food delivered in no time.

Article Written By Marcovy

Marcovy is a passionate writer who thinks life is about living to eat and enjoying it to the fullest. He wanted to explore the restaurants around Malaysia and the idea of documenting those food experiences was what inspired him to start writing food blog.

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