Kyspeaks.com

Malaysian Food Blog, Travel, Diving & More

Tag / imotiv.ly

There aren’t very many hawkers in Klang Valley that offers the combination of these things in their offering:

  • tastes
  • portion
  • price

The little corner stall at New Yew Sang in Kelana Jaya (also have good Thai food at night) is one of the few that scores in all three areas.

Update 20/5/2019: apparently this stall is no longer here.

Update 25/8/2019: apparently it’s back!

the "siu chau" stall at New Yew Sang, Kelana Jaya
the “siu chau” stall at New Yew Sang, Kelana Jaya

The siu chau (小抄) has been a staple at this kopitiam for ages. Among the dishes offered are fried rice, Cantonese fried (horfun or yin yeong), Thai style fried rice, and loh mee. They open for business for breakfast and lunch, and the kopitiam is usually pretty busy on weekday lunch hours.

Parking situation around the restaurant isn’t the best, but nothing too troublesome for those who don’t mind walking a few steps.

kungfu yin yeong with crispy fried noodle at the bottom
kungfu yin yeong with crispy fried noodle at the bottom

My favorite here is their Cantonese Yin Yeong (廣府鴛鴦 RM 5.50), a combination of horfun and deep fried noodle at the bottom covered in thick broth that is pretty similar to egg drop soup. Prawns, pork slices, and vegetable makes up the rest of the ingredients.

They definitely do a good job on this pretty difficult to execute dish, and for less than 6 ringgit a plate, the portion is definitely more than enough as well.

their fried rice is pretty good too
their fried rice is pretty good too

The standard fried rice is also priced at RM 5.50, and for extra RM 1 you get a beautifully done sunny side top egg. The fried rice comes with pork, prawn, egg, and finely chopped carrots & long beans too. The only way to make this better is if you have some awesome sambal belacan from Penang to go with, but sometimes you can’t ask for too much.

Address:
New Yee Sang kopitiam
Jalan SS 6/8
Kelana Jaya

GPS: 3.106717, 101.598178