[Non-halal] For some good Ipoh-style Yong Tau Foo (YTF), check out MJ Wang.
There’s always something new to discover in our hometown of Petaling Jaya. This city is, after all, populated by many famous restaurants serving delicious food. While we grew up here, we don’t often patronised this kopitiam 茶室 in Sea Park.
When this was recommended by Elmo Lee on one of his Youtube videos (click here), we decided to check out the Ipoh Mali YTF stall here.
Priced at RM1.40-RM2 apiece, the YTF here is quite substantial with a good amount of filing.
We really enjoyed it. The filling was quite scrumptious and seasoned well with enough fish filling (instead of mainly flour). We like that they added a generous amount of scallion in the paste as well as big chunks of radish. This gave us different textures to bite into. Great stuff!
The stall also serves Hakka mee and Gopeng-style Lai Fun – which we’ll return to try.
We also found the Ipoh Hor Fun here quite decent. While we found the broth a bit on the sweeter side, the noodles were very smooth. The prawns here are better than most, as they were fresh and succulent.
The Yang Ki Beef Noodle stall is probably the most famous here. However, we didn’t enjoy it as the soup noodles had a very strong alkaline ‘kan sui’ taste. The beef was decent though. Perhaps their dry noodles are better?
Besides that, we saw a number of orders for the curry mee and pork noodles. If you’re looking for decent choices in Seapark, this place is worth checking out.
See our Instagram post here for videos and pictures.
Ipoh Mali at Restoran MJ Wang
Address: 1, Jalan 21/17, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 7am-2pm Daily