Yong Tow Foo is a dish that is very common in Malaysia that has transcends borders. A Hakka Chinese cuisine of usually tofu stuffed with meat of fish paste, it has grown to include various vegetables and pre-processed items. Ipoh Road Yong Tow Foo is a famous branch that started in Jalan Ipoh in KL and has since gotten branched out success with multiple chains all over Klang Valley. This particular one is in SS2 Petaling Jaya, with generally similar menu choices. The design of the restaurant is kept simple in a very casual setting with round tables and plastic chairs. Ideal for families, friends or a small group, its open space interior is perfect for gatherings of any kind.

The restaurant main item is of course the yong tow foo but they have other things as well such as rojak, and grilled tofu (tauhu bakar) from a different stall inside the restaurant. There are a variety of yong tow foo available here, some of which are lady’s fingers and chilli that is stuffed with fish paste, tofu, aubergine and fish balls. The usual serving type of young tau foo applies here where customers could choose the ingredients to be served in the clear broth, or have the broth in a separate bowl. 
Fried items like fried dumplings and fried bean curd sticks (foo chuk) are also offered here. One of the offerings that have gotten much attention is the Paper Wrapped Chicken, a Cantonese delicacy that is rich in flavour and a bit of a mystery. Ipoh Road’s version looks appetising with juicy chicken flesh in a myriad of sauces all wrapped up.

Ipoh Road is one of the more well-known brands when it comes to yong tow foo. While prices have gone up slightly, the quality has more or less been consistent.

Operating Hour

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:00AM—10:00PM

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