Saturday, 13 September 2014

New Location of Yut Kee Kopitiam 鎰記茶餐室, Jalan Kamunting KL

[Non-Halal]
The famous Yut Kee Kopitiam @ Dang Wangi has shifted to a new location- just directly behind its old shoplot along Jalan Kamunting! Guan Ren & I finally visited this new location on a Friday afternoon at 3pm for a late lunch, in order to escape the crazy lunch crowd of Yut Kee.

(Read about my previous visit to Yut Kee's old location HERE!)
The pre-war & colonial charm of the new shop has been preserved. One can't help but to notice the same old-school tiles, traditional mirror,photos & also their menu board that has been moved in from the old shop in to the new Yut Kee shop.

The compound of Yut Kee is much bigger compared to the old shop, however, patron still have to share a table with strangers due to the ever-increasing crowd. So much for us delaying our lunch till 3pm!
Having moved to a bigger shop lot, an increase of price was inevitable, but I was glad that the price revision was reasonable (most price have been increased by RM1 or RM0.50, not double nor triple fold as I initially feared).
Pork Chop RM11.50
Deep fried pork cutlet served with brown sauce & a side of frozen vegetables & potato wedges.
Glad to say that Yut Kee's Pork Chop was still as delactable as I remember it- juicy, succulent & tender meat perfectly coated with a layer of batter. Ahhh, joy.
Roti Babi RM9
Egg-wrapped bread stuffed with caramelized onions, minced pork & lap cheong
The Roti Babi has more caramelized onions than minced pork, to my disappointment. Taste wise was okay, but Guan Ren didn't really fancy it. Price was a little steep for its portion.

Yut Kee now can cater more patrons but please, do drop by early to avoid disappointments & beat the crowd, especially if you want to have their Signature Roast Pork dish a try.


Yut Kee 鎰記茶餐室
Jalan Kamunting
Off Jalan Dang Wangi
Bandaraya
Kuala Lumpur
50100

Business Hours:
7.30am-4.30pm Tues- Sun
Closed on Mondays

Contact Number: 03 2698 8108
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