Location: N03 08.9409 E101 41.8783 Alt 131 ft Kuala Lumpur, WP
Getting there: Near St John church and Telekom Museum. Near Little India.
In the middle of old KL, in a cozy spot with traffic jam literally right in front especially at peak hours and a little pedestrian alley just beside is a yong tou foo shop with really good yong tou foo. The place caters mainly for lunch crowd and maybe brunch and tea as well.
Service is semi self service. They will help you find a seat, help you make some orders, but everything else is on your own. They are pretty efficient is indicating that you should vacate your seat. However, they could do a better job vacating your seat if they took payment at your table. Service is extremely fast, tick your requirements and before you can finish telling a joke, the food is served. And it is hot.
The gravy, which is taste very much like miso is very addictive. Chillies were very fresh and fillings were quite nice too. I did not fancy the fishballs and sui kao. The clear soup that came with the fishball is a MSG (mono sodium glutamate) soup. I thought that they would go well in the miso gravy.
Remarks: Open during lunch, caters mainly to lunch crowd and difficult to find seat during lunch time. Atmosphere is hurried and self pay at counter. Eat and go kind of place unless you go after lunch hour.