Wednesday, July 7, 2010

YE Traditional Dumplings.

Besides the traditional dumplings which are available all year round, YE Traditional Dumplings located in Pandan Jaya also served quite a varieties of Hakka dishes, too.

Last Saturday my buddies and I went there for lunch and were impressed with what they served but it was a bit pricey.

The colorful menu was a great help for us to do the food selection.

Parking is OK.

Lui Char Fan-white rice with a host of cooked condiments like tea leaves, green vegetable, toasted peanut, leek with cubed tofu, finely chopped long bean and dried shrimp-not too minty-tasted ok after a few mouthful-Rm8.80/

Yam Abacus-"yammy" with lots of dried shrimps, strips of pork, spring onion and cilantro-red chillies oil to go with the yam abacus-a bit oily-Rm6.50/.

Facai roll-Deep fried bean curd sheet filled with Fatt Choy(strands of black sea weed/salted duck egg-mayonnaise for dip-Rm5/.

Herbal chicken thigh cooked in Yu Er Hong wine-meaty with a strong, herbal flavor-Rm14/

Deep fried stuffed Tofu with minced pork/fish paste-Rm5/.

Shui Xian Tea -Rm4.50/pax

Total bill:Rm65/
Location:8G, Jalan Pandan Jaya 3/9,
Pandan Jaya, Kuala Lumpur.


thule a.k.a leo said...

I eat Lui Cha almost once a week! Being a Hakka, my mom always make this delicious stuff for me!

Stephanie said...

Hmm... I not a fan of lui char. But love the rest of the delicious dishes :-D

thenomadGourmand said...

Grrr..lucky Leo!

I luv lui char too! but hte hawker stalls ones doesn't get it right & it's ma fan to alws go Hakka restaurants to just eat lui char! And yes, hakka cuisine are normally pricier. Wonder if its cos of the prep time?

foodbin said...

thule a.k.a leo-Great! it's a healthy meal.
Stephanie-need to adjust your taste bud to it.
thenomadGourmand-yeah! good food takes time to prepare-this lui char is just good.