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Lets go back to one of my favorite breakfast spots in town at Imbi Market, and this time, we look at Ah Fook Chee Cheong Fun, one of the busiest hawker stalls.

Ah Fook Chee Cheong Fun at Imbi Market, always with a queue
Ah Fook Chee Cheong Fun at Imbi Market, always with a queue

While chee cheong fun is on the banner, the stall is actually very popular with their yong tau foo that is prepared fresh everyday and cook right on the spot. Fresh yong tao foo is definitely the way to go.

As for chee cheong fun, there are two types to choose from, the usual plain type, and the On Soon chee cheong fun that comes embedded with some ingredients. I always choose the latter.

a good selection of yong tau foo made from scratch on the spot
a good selection of yong tau foo made from scratch on the spot

The selection of yong tau foo is pretty good as well, with a few types I haven’t seen anywhere, such as long beans and “four angle beans”. There’s also a few types of tofu, tofupok, and fish balls as well. My favorite piece is however, their fried fu chuk. If you’re a fan of fu chuk, you gotta try this.

chee cheong fun with yong tau foo, awesome breakfast combination
chee cheong fun with yong tau foo, awesome breakfast combination

As a bonus, imbi market also serves the best Hainanese tea from Ah Weng Koh’s stall. So if you’re up to a wholesome breakfast, here’s surely a place to check out. Close on Mondays.

map to Imbi Market (Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang)

Address:
Imbi Market (Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang)
Jalan Melati, Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.14340, 101.71664
Hours: breakfast and brunch, closed on Mondays

Discuss : KY eats – Ah Fook Chee Cheong Fun at Imbi Market

  1. Ahh… finally a normal portion for you. The usual breakfast you had that you posted on instgram seems too small in portion to believe LOL 😛

  2. closed on Mondays? how then to beat the Monday blues without a delicious plate of CCF with YTF 😀

  3. Do they have ccf with har gou? Recently hooked on that flavor 😛

  4. KY, chee cheong fun is how some called it in Hawaii and California but other call it Look Fun even it not in soup. We have some mixed with chopped up char siu in batter and roll up. Not like tea house dim sum but rustic char siu chee cheong fun.

  5. uncle looking over shoulder to make sure nobody steal his bike bag, keke

  6. Miss yong tofu…the soup version.

  7. I can’t believe I haven’t visited Imbi market yet!

  8. imbi market was moved to the new icc pudu complex and ah weng ko stall is no longer there

  9. sorry, sorry, my bad! i went again today and found it at the front. the google address was wrong!

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