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The uptown food court is one of those places where you can find things to eat around the clock but not being a mamak stalls area like SS2 nor a centralized food court like ming tien. I was dragged there after a weekday badminton session that ended up past 11pm and was told that I should sample the old school yong tau foo.

Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo at Damansara Uptown
double boiled and double deep fried goodness

Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo is said to have been in operation for quite a number of years. Though I cannot claim by 100% certainty that this place is halal, I did see quite a number of Muslim friends eating there. Furthermore, the yong tau foo doesn’t seems to contain any meat product other than the sausage, most items consist of vegetable, tofu and fish paste.

Most of us know that yong tau foo consists of a variety of usually but not limited to fish paste based products, that includes fish ball; red chili, brinjal, okra, bitter gourd stuffed with fish paste, tofu, crab stick, fu chok, and even sausage. The items are usually boiled or deep fried.

Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo at Damansara Uptown
sinful late night delights

At this particular stall, these already boiled and fried pieces of goodness will be boiled and deep fried again right before being served to ensure the freshness and the steaming temperature. This certainly make the food tasted extra fresh and never stale, the sauce that came with the yong tau foo was also very rich and compliments the ingredients very well. It was not easy to not over order.

Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo at Damansara Uptown
the food court is located at the heart of Damansara Uptown

The yong tau foo is reasonably priced, my plate costs RM5+. Just about the only downside is that you have to wait a bit longer for the food to be reboiled and refried, but that’s the whole point of going there instead of places like Ampang or Jalan Ipoh, right?

Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo Chee Cheong Fan
Gerai 1097, Damansara Uptown Food Court

GPS: 3.134683, 101.621872

Discuss : KY eats – Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo at Damansara Uptown Food Court

  1. indeed the old school YTF..if you free come over to Yew Lek, Cheras try the Yew Lek YTF..My fave..

  2. This was one of my regular place for lunch. Basically is not the best but Ah Keong Chee Cheung Fun is nice enough. They got the speciality Teluk Intan Chee Cheung Fun.

  3. Hey there! I’ve been reading your blog for sometime and I enjoy reading it! Especially your eats! ^^

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Lord,

    Thanks. πŸ˜€

  5. KY thanks the Lord

  6. I really missed Yong Tau Fu.. so cheap and healthy.!

  7. cheap yes, I’m not too sure about healthy. hehehe

  8. Not sure if HK Egg Tart is the best but Macau Egg Tart is extremely good! Although it’s about RM 3 each but I still couldn’t forget the milky crispy Portugese Egg Tart I had in Macau! yummy yummy~~

  9. GuluGulu,

    I thought your comment should be at the HK Egg Tart post? πŸ˜€

  10. i have tried this stall since i was in uni… i still remember we like to go middle of night… the boss is so cute n friendly…

  11. sy,
    Yah, you are right. πŸ˜€

  12. su hui kee

    sifu punya yongtaufoooooooooooooo memang best giler….ramai orang datang,sekali makan tak bleh lupa….hari-hari mau….mula2 datang sorang lepastu berdua lepastu three,lepas tu ramai-ramai datang…..tempak lepak pun ok jugak…

  13. mohd suci

    aku suka tempat ni…bosnya ramah giler.kadang-kadang suka menyanyi…makanan pun sedap…

  14. kedai depan

    kawan sudah mari…….ah keong sifu,ni hao

  15. su hui kee,
    Yah memang best!

    mohd suci,

    kedai depan,
    hahaha ni hao

  16. favourite quotes of mr.Ah Keong..β€œtak cukup tambah lagieeeeeeee~” -i like that quote-

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