If you are in the Puchong area, don’t forget to drop by and try the Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14. Located just opposite a Chinese primary school (Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Han Ming), it is not easily missed for its huge sign. There is another similar stall located nearby, therefore keep a lookout for this is the one with the green font. Despite the lack of parking spots, the place can cater for a rather large crowd under the rather traditional zinc roofs. Unfortunately, it is not so friendly during the rainy seasons.
When ordering, one has the liberty to select their own preferred items that are freshly and neatly arranged which they want to be stuffed with fish paste at the serving counter. They will later be served in hot fish ball soup together with the rest of the food.
Besides the soup-based items, they also have some deep-fried ones that go well with your meal. One of the known few are 'chee pau kai' (also known as wrapped chicken), deep-fried stuffed brinjals, beancurd sheets, beancurd (tau foo pok) and dumplings.
Aside from serving the Yong Tau Fu with plain white rice, you can also opt for the different types of noodles and Chee Cheong Fun. They have a variety of noodles to choose from such as pan mee (quite the local favourite choice), curry mee and gon lou mein (noodles with dark sauce). For more side dishes, they offer curry chicken, rendang chicken, or the rapidly disappearing paper-wrapped chicken.
Though priced at RM1.10 per piece and may be slightly pricey, nevertheless the handmade fish paste will definitely make you come back for more.
All in all, if you're looking for a good serving of yong tau fu that does not harm your budget, this place is a must-visit.