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Several weeks ago when I was trying to look for a particular unique dish in Klang (another story another time), we chanced upon this mysterious looking restaurant by the name of Restoran SM on Jalan Goh Hock Huat (fun fact, in Hokkien both Hock and Huat can be the same word). Since the adventurous spirit was with me, I decided to give it a peek.

SM Yong Tao Foo at Klang
SM Yong Tao Foo at Klang

As it turns out, Restoran SM is a rather old school yong tau foo outlet famous among the locals in Klang. In fact, the restaurant used to be located along Jalan Kapar before moving to this new location, which is actually the road parallel to the old location, perhaps just a stone’s throw away via bird eye’s view, if you have a really strong arm.

yong tau foo in soup or fried version, chee cheong fun
yong tau foo in soup or fried version, chee cheong fun

Ordering process here is similar to many other YTF places, there’s a ordering form that doubles as the menu, you’d simply note down the items you wish to have and pass it to the friendly server.

There are two types of yong tau foo, as usual, deep fried, and soup based. Additionally, you can also order noodle and chee cheong fun.

seaweed yong tau foo, tofu, brinjal yong tau foo
seaweed yong tau foo, tofu, brinjal yong tau foo

The service is usually pretty quick, and everything would be piping hot when served. Both fried and soup version tasted top notch with their super soft and tender filing that carries a flavor that’s not overly imposing. The seaweed yong tau foo is one of their specialty that you should try here.

And for those who loves Penang style chee cheong fun, order a plate too, you won’t be disappointed.

SM ytf klang menu

SM Yong Tau Foo
72-74, Jalan Goh Hock Huat,
Kawasan 18, 41400 Klang, Selangor
GPS: 3.0544391, 101.444897
Hours: 8am to 5pm

Discuss : KY eats – Restoran SM Yong Tau Foo, Klang

  1. Miss ytf! Just one stall here, not bad…not that many to choose from but I’m not ready to go out just yet. #staysafe #staywell #stayhome

  2. Never see seaweed YTF before, it’s fish paste wrapped in seaweed? Or any other ingredient is added?
    Try out Chen Chen YTF if you’re at Kepong area, pretty good.

    • Choi Yen: yess, there’s no other ingredients but seaweed & ytf fillings, is quite nice!

  3. I love ytf and that special seaweed ytf, I can see that the filling is bursting out from the seaweed…lol! My favourite Penang-style ccf is the one from O & S.

  4. Almost looks like a speakeasy with the blinds drawn and the feet appearing from the bottom.

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