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A few weeks ago we made a trip to Seri Kembangan and met up with some relatives for a Yong Tau Foo lunch for the simple reason of the wife’s aunt saying this was the place to go for yong tau foo, so we did.

Sister Kam Yong Tau Foo at Seri Kembangan
Sister Kam Yong Tau Foo at Seri Kembangan

Our destination was Sister Kam (google map would say Sister Lam), a corner simple kopitiam set up with basic facilities, but also one that has a pretty busy kitchen with about half a dozen workers preparing yong tau foo on the spot. Parking was an easy enough affair, and we were lucky enough to get a table without having to wait.

some of the yong tau foo choices, made fresh on location
some of the yong tau foo choices, made fresh on location

Ordering can be done via a piece of paper ala most dimsum style, you put a number next to the type of yong tau foo you want, and some 10 minutes later they’ll appear on your table. If you’re curious as to how they’ll look like, simply walk to the area near the kitchen and you’ll get to see many of the ready made ytf pieces on display just eagerly waiting to get into your stomach.

various types of ytf, plus curry chicken & hakka fried pork
various types of ytf, plus curry chicken & hakka fried pork

For the 6 of us, we ordered a mixture of fried and soup version of yong tau foo. Additionally we also had a serving of curry chicken and hakka fried pork.

The yong tau foo were fresh and most importantly, with fish paste that are of pretty good quality. I enjoyed the hakka fried pork, but thought the curry chicken was a little light (though the potato was good).

We paid about RM 15 per person for the experience, which was pretty reasonable considering the fact that we also had some coconuts to go with. If you’re around the area it would be a decent place to fill up your stomach, but I would maybe think twice if I had to make a 45 minutes drive.

map to Sister Kam Yong Tau Foo at Seri Kembangan

Sister Kam yong tau foo at Seri Kembangan for lunch torsy today. Yum meh #kyeats #yongtaufoo #serikembangan #food #lunch #tofu

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Address:
Sister Kam Yong Tau Foo
65, Jalan PSK 2,
Pusat Perdagangan Seri Kembangan,
43300 Selangor
GPS3.013073, 101.700359
Tel03-8948 2878

Discuss : KY eats – Sister Kam Yong Tau Foo, Seri Kembangan

  1. kekeke rosberg

    wahh the board say RM1 for each meat ball, but look at the size man, is worth it #gheng

    and blardy hell that google map, so is Sister Kam or Sister Lam? Don’t want to end up in the wrong place man. Last time I went to Cheras for a haircut at Sister JinJin, but ended up at Sister MorMor instead o_O #gps

  2. KY, been busy teaching but still read your blog.

  3. Sigh!!! The only here, guy from KL, has closed down. 🙁

    • suituapui: that’s unfortunate!

      • kekeke rosberg

        wahh, prawn mee close down and now the KL guy also close down, hmm, must be some blardy local blogger #lol #pesky

  4. Remind me that it’s quite sometime I didn’t have YTF. My usual order will be fried fuzhuk, lady’s fimger, dumplings and tofu puffs. I like brinjal but not really order it because many restaurant make it quite oily >_<

    • Choi Yen: yeah you’re right that brinjal always get too oily, but they’re delicious! My favorite usually is the bitter gourd 😀

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