Yap Hup Kee

Time Out Malaysia Visitors Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

45 Jalan Brunei Barat, off Jalan Pudu, KL (+603 2148 9220). Thick, slip­pery and ab­sorbent, cheong fun (flat rice noo­dles) is so ver­sa­tile it can be eaten in a soupy broth or slathered in rich sauces. You could eat it in soy sauce, but that’s a lit­tle bor­ing. Ditto sweet sauce – it works but it’s hardly ex­cit­ing. Even savour­ing it in curry seems kind of or­di­nary… un­til you try it at Yap Hup Kee. The wide, silky noo­dles are drenched in a rich, creamy curry hum­ming with just the right amount of heat. Have some yong tau foo on the side (each piece stuffed with fish paste) or, if you think you can han­dle it, fried pig’s in­testines coated in sweet mari­nade. Daily, 9am-5pm; 5.30-11pm. Closed alternate Tues­days. $

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