Friday, September 15, 2006

Special Claypot Lou Shi Fun at Yoke Heng, Serdang

Today wAntAn productions brings you to Serdang to enjoy a delightful variation of the ever popular Claypot Lou Shi Fun dish. This time around the gravy is all white but it's strongly contrasted with a dash of dark brown (see picture).


Claypot Lou Shi Fun (lit. Rat Tail Noodles).

What's that brown stuff? That's actually dried shrimps or as the Cantonese call it Ha Mai. The dried shrimps are very fragrant and they're fried so they're also very crunchy which makes it a superb accompaniment to the soupy gravy and noodles. It's like western soup and croutons. The soup itself is great but add in some crunchy bits and everything suddenly becomes better :) For that extra kick you can request for additional Ha Mai with your noodles (charges apply of course).


Marmite Pork Ribs.

The other specialty (to my knowledge anyway) here is their Marmite Pork Ribs which as its name implies is baked (in tin foil) pork ribs with Marmite sauce. It's very tasty stuff. Yoke Heng is actually the first place that I sampled this dish before and it remains one of the best. I would say this is a definite must try.


Fried Kangkung.

The Kangkung picture is here simply because I think it looks nice :) It's just your ordinary fried kangkung. All 3 dishes combined it cost us about RM27.00. Not exactly cheap because there were only 2 of us eating. Or maybe I just over-ordered :P

Also check out:
Yoke Heng Restaurant,
No. 33, Jalan SR 8/4,
Taman Putra Indah,
Serdang Raya,
43300 Seri Kembangan.




posted by wyejon at Friday, September 15, 2006 (permalink) |

8 wise words from our readers:

a golden opinion from Blogger babe_kl

wooo i liked the loh shue fun here too!! i had meant to post it up but my boiboi messed up my cam setting that my pics turned out sooo small.

10:28 AM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Meiyen

i didn't know that claypot lou shi fun can be done this way juz like loh mee.. looks appetizing!

12:09 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous Bernard

Their "chiu pai" tofu is also not bad. IMO, this restaurant serve much better food than East of Highway restaurant.

Sorry 4 hijacking this blog entry. Any1 knows what happen 2 d famous lou shi fun at Kuchai Lama? It seems closed 4 quite a while already.

5:27 PM  

a golden opinion from Anonymous tekko

I personally don't like "loh mee"... but also can't resist this version of lou shi fun. Yea, I like it so much, have some photos with me... maybe will post it later. Should give their "sing gua" tau fu a try also.

7:43 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger wyejon

babe_kl: heheh... ur boi boi very naughty.

meiyen: actually the taste is not the same as 'loh mee' but it's equally soupy.

bernard: hmm... maybe next time i'll try the taufu.

I'm not sure which lou shi fun in Kuchai Lama you're talking about but I've got a feeling that boo_licious over at masak-masak knows.

tekko: thanks for the recommendation.

9:39 AM  

a golden opinion from Blogger Jackson

wow...yr loh shu fan look so yummy! too bad can't view the map.

7:42 PM  

a golden opinion from Blogger cookies_cream

Pork ribs~! Yummy yummy~ I want to eat claypot loh shu fun... :P I remembered I look eating the dry type which they crack an egg onto the ready to eat claypot of loh shu fun. Just heavenly good.~

8:41 AM  

a golden opinion from Blogger cookies_cream

Oppsy..mistake. Not "look" but "love"..hahaha.

8:42 AM  

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