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Restaurant O&S is one of those kopitiams that is always too hot, too humid, and too difficult to get a parking space. Yet despite all these “problems”, it is arguably the busiest kopitiam probably in the whole of PJ.

Over here, sharing a table is a norm, and most of the time you’ll have to wait for a few minutes before you even get to do that. If you want comfort and personal space, don’t bother going there, but if you’re looking for good food, this is where you belong!

yong tau foo at restaurant O&S
yong tau foo at restaurant O&S

On my last visit we had the beef noodle and yong tau foo.

The yong tau foo here is self served. You line up, get a plate, choose your favorite ytf, then give it to the lady who would cut them up and add soup + spring onion for you.

The tofu is smoother than baby’s butt,  I never miss them. I haven’t had a disappointing piece of ytf from here, ever. Pretty reasonably priced as well.

yummy beef noodle, one of the underrated stalls here
yummy beef noodle, one of the underrated stalls here

The beef noodle at O&S is perhaps one of the most underrated stalls. I was introduced to this by Haze, who absolutely loved the broth (very sweet and flavorful). Meat, tripe, beef ball, and a few slices of radish completes the dish, and it would have been perfect had it come with tendon.

The beef noodle is only RM 5.50 to RM 6.50.

Haze and KY enjoying brunch
Haze and KY enjoying brunch

Other yummy dishes at restaurant O&S includes the prawn mee, laksa, kuih teow soup with coagulated blood, and more!

map to restaurant O&S, taman paramount

Address:
Restaurant O&S
Jalan 20/14, 
Seapark,
Petaling Jaya
GPS: 3.107713, 101.624919
Hours: morning till lunch 

Restaurant O and S

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Discuss : KY eats – Yong Tau Foo and Beef Noodle at O&S kopitiam, PJ Paramount Garden

  1. Tan Yee Hou

    Their chee cheong fun too!!

    The only place that serves Penang style har kou, but using PJ style loose CCF instead of the hard packed Penang ones.

    Absolutely loves.

    • Tan Yee Hou: haha yah I almost always order the chee cheong fun. you want it packed or loose is up to you actually, the same case in Penang.

  2. I only go for Vege stall nearby there!

  3. that could be a cool name for a dish at a restaurant: baby-butt tofu :D

    • Sean: you have high potential to be a very successful hawker! hahaha

  4. I agree with teeo hou, the penang style chee cheong fun (the prawn paste version) rocks as well (note the last time I had it was years ago), and most everything in restaurant O&S is at least between the normal-nice area.

    I find the yong tau foo, though still nice, not as nice as before the fei lou dude was there though :(

    • electronicfly: sometimes taste through the nostalgic tongue can influence opinions a little bit tho, but ya, most everything at O&S is good!

  5. you should try the yong tau foo at taman muda wet market. :D

  6. Hi KY: I’ve not yet tested the Yong Tau Foo and Beef Noodle :sad:
    Would soon sure :razz:

  7. love the YTF here too. the tofu is not just smooth…its very beany tasting unlike many places that just taste like plain tofu.

  8. Gawd.. i love everything here.. this shop can do no wrong! haha

  9. i think it is time for me to go back malaysia.. gosh.. im drooling right now..

  10. wah look at the amount of th white tofu… looks so good. But this O&S is always so crowded one

  11. My wife was telling me that there are some good stalls there! So it’s true!

    • JD: yep, you should know by now that the wife is always right, always!

  12. I dislike their Chee Cheong Fun… no taste… I even asked my mom (who was born in Penang) to taste the Penang Chee Cheong Fun. Really Suck! Only KL ppl who appreciate the taste as they have no other choice… I dislike the prawn mee their… hated the taste… I would prefer the prawn mee in SS2 kopitiam that is facing the housing area. I think it is a lot better than OS.

    Anyway, I love their assam laksa. It is really good. I’d mesmerized the taste of the assam laksa there. Awesomely good!

    • sakura: hahaa, I think taste is quite personal though, I like their prawn mee and loh mee though it’s not exactly my favorite (mine is TTDI opposite perodua). As for asam laksa, well I’m just never a gigantic fan of one. :D

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