Visiting Kedai Makan Yut Kee

Elijah, Ariel, looking excited while waiting for their favorite meals.
Elijah, Ariel, looking excited while waiting for their favorite meals.

Elijah was into some kind of agreement with me, after I got him to do something which he hated to do a week ago.

He wanted me to take him to Kedai Makan Yut Kee, so I agreed.

We reached Yut Kee about 2:30pm and the place was still packed with patrons.

After Ariel found us a seat, I realised that Yut Kee has revised its pricing.

As usual for older food outlet like this, seldom the price being published.  Not sure whether it violates the requirements from the ministry.

Anyway, the new pricing is making the beverage rather high, especially for premium drinks such as Milo – it is RM5.20 for a glass of cold Milo.

Pull Pork Bread
Pull Pork Bread

We had a side dish, which was the pull pork bread, guess since the restaurant has outsourced its cooking to the foreigners, so this dish is no longer tasty.  Just tasted oliy.

Hainanese Chicken Chop
Hainanese Chicken Chop

Chicken chop is ok.  However, I found Sin Kee is better.

Balacan Fried Rice, Hainanese Style
Balacan Fried Rice, Hainanese Style

A regular friend rice, probably the best dish made at Yut Kee.

Hainanese Pork Chop
Hainanese Pork Chop

Elijah vomited the whole pork chop out, he complained the meat was not cook.

With the new pricing plus deteriorating standard of cooking, we will only come here for its pastry.  Not food.

 

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