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Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
6 times mentioned • Lily Wong • 31 December 2016
Chee Cheong Fun with Mushroom and Pork Strips Sauce RM4 (Small)/ RM4.50 ( Big) Now, the shop is fully operated with the help from family and relatives, selling specialities that she has been proud of. Besides Chee Cheong Fun, Ah Yee Curry Mee menu covers also Wantan Mee, Yee Mee, Gei Si Hor Fun, Clear Soup Noodles, Curry Mee, Prawn Mee, Yang Tau Fu. Have them all under one roof at reasonable price.
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
6 times mentioned • Lily Wong • 31 December 2016
Ah Yee Curry Mee, Kepong Baru. When she finally settled down in this premise along Jalan Kepong Baru, things didn't go smooth as she wished to. Business was really bad because nobody knew she had already shifted here. Sometimes, she had less than 10 customers for the whole day. But, thanks to her loyal customers who seek high and low for her new stall, business slowly picked up and after months, everything resumed to as it used to be. Loyal customers can enjoy Ah Yee Curry Mee legendary chee cheong fun again after the stall's latest location was spread around by word of mouth.
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
6 times mentioned • Lily Wong • 31 December 2016
Ah Yee Curry Mee, Kepong Baru. The owner has been in F&B for over 20 years, started humbly as a stall selling traditional breakfast like economy mee hoon and chee cheong fun. As time goes by, she expanded breakfast selections in her stall. Response from customers were so good that she was requested to shift out from the kopitiam. Everything happened in a blink, many regular customers were not informed on her new whereabout.
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
Ah Yee Curry Mee
6 times mentioned • Lily Wong • 31 December 2016
Ah Yee Curry Mee @ Kepong Baru KL: Famous Curry Chee Cheong Fun in KL. Ah Yee Curry Mee, or 阿姨咖喱面 is located along Jalan Kepong Baru, the street surrounded by many other Chinese street food such as Hoo Yee Kee prawn mee, Onn Kee roast duck, seafood restaurants and Hoong Kee wantan mee, just to name a few. Chee Cheong Fun is the highlight here, and of course it is popular with a reason.
Chee Cheong Fun - Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
4 times mentioned • I Want Candy • 07 December 2017
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun. The Hong Kong-style chee cheong fun is filled with char siu (barbequed pork) and prawns. It is available at this stall that is right beside the Sin Guat Keong Coffee Shop. You have the options of ordering a small plate at RM4.20 or big plate at RM6.30. Opening hours: 6 to 11.30 p.m., daily (closed Tuesdays every fortnight)
Chee Cheong Fun - Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
4 times mentioned • Food King • 09 November 2016
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun stall. Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun RM 5 in Restaurant New Lucky, Seri Petaling. I wanna try this. Put in the list first. muhahaha. According to Mrs Gan, not all rice is equal, which in turn affects the quality of flour produced from it. Understanding the ratio between water and rice flour is essential to making good chee cheong fun.
Chee Cheong Fun - Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
4 times mentioned • Shazam Loo • 12 June 2016
Different from the usual brown sauce laden KL style chee cheong fun, Hong Kong-style chee cheong fun is basically fluffy rice noodles rolled with juicy shrimps and chopped char siew, served in a light soy sauce. At the Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun RM 5 in Restaurant New Lucky serving of Hong Kong style chee cheong fun in less than two minutes. Only three options are available on the menu: shrimp, char siew or yin yong (a mix of both), all priced at RM5 each. The noodles and briny-sweet soy sauce go so well together that the teaspoon-sized daub of fragrant sambal on the side. Brunch meals in KL.
Chee Cheong Fun - Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun
Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun
3 times mentioned • Tony Loong • 01 August 2017
Puchong is a haven for dimsum teahouses, from those that look like grand palaces to bare boned shops with marble-topped furniture, these establishments serve everything you would expect from dimsum: steamed paus, fried dumplings, and even Hong Kong-style chee cheong fun! We've rounded up the top dimsum places that will have you eating paus from the wee hours of the morning to snacking on salted egg custard buns in the late afternoon.
Chee Cheong Fun - Fried Chinese New Year Cake
Fried Chinese New Year Cake
Fried Chinese New Year Cake
2 times mentioned • Mr Chin • 13 January 2018
Kl city center at Pudu. 7 days a week open dinner time until late night. Variety chinese food. I think the only variety chinese food on the street available. Such as podridge, fried chicken, chee cheong fun, char keow teow, fried chinese new year cake. Now all switch to food court. This podridge fried pork intestine is the best i tried before. Very thick and got it taste. waze.com/ul/hw283fdce4
Chee Cheong Fun - Yup Hup Kee Palace Restaurant
Yup Hup Kee Palace Restaurant
Yup Hup Kee Palace Restaurant
2 times mentioned • Karen Lee • 26 March 2016
Yup Hup Kee palace restaurant must try the squid wit spicy yhk sauce . Fried pig praw dumpling & Chee Cheong fun wit dry shrimp & minched pork wit Loo Sue fun .. Very nice .. Waze: https://waze.to/lr/hw2839fmdu
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