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The kopitiam style of local restaurant/ cafe found in South East Asia. Only a single stall selling laksa ( the speciality) , other noodle dishes and accompaniments like fish balls, wontons.
Laksa taste is different from the taste you get in west Malaysia or Singapore...but still good. Efficient service as they get you to a table, take your order which arrives quickly, calculate your bill. All this in about 10 minutes or less if you’re in a hurryMore
Definitely a local style “kopitiam” familiar to anyone from South East Asia. You go for the food, not the ambience. Laksa is different from the Singapore or West Malaysia style. However I like the “ Ngau chap” more. Flavoursome soup with nice mix of tripe,...beef slices and balls. Very efficient in Covid days. You get shown to a table and staff take your order from the menu. After the meal, staff get your bill and you pay it at the table. All the necessary checks done for customers. Recommend to try if you’re in Kota Kinabalu, Gaya street vicinity.More
So many amazing Chinese restaurants in KL. Some say KL’s Chinese food is the best outside of China. This place brings validity to that statement! Amazing noodles n fresh clams. Good for any meal of the day!
The restaurant is just located at the city centre, Kota Kinabalu.Convenient and full of choices especially cuisine of Southeast Asia.
People who prefers "laksa"/ rice noodle with ingredients of prawns,fried egg,chicken meat,lime as refreshing and sambal spicy soap ; they were visit the place at...least once in a week.More
Found this place by chance. We walked past and saw that it was packed with locals when most restaurants around were almost empty. We were not disappointed. We chose the Yee Fung Laksa which was superb. Two bowls for 18MYR (about £3.30). Friendly service too....We will try to eat there again.More
Response from Albertctl | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure what licence you are referring to? All shops should obtain business permit from local authority before they can operate the business . Cleanliness of the coffee shop also being accessed frequently by local... More
I am not sure what licence you are referring to? All shops should obtain business permit from local authority before they can operate the business . Cleanliness of the coffee shop also being accessed frequently by local authority . The local authority will rate them by giving the cleanliness of shop under grade A or B . The sticker will display @ the said shop for public to know .