Restoran Yan Yan @ Old Klang Road, KL

On 4/14/2010 02:24:00 PM
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Restoran Yan Yan is located at Old Klang Road, right opposite the junction towards Taman Desa. Traditionally, dim sum is only for breakfast but in Yan Yan, you can have your dim sum for breakfast, lunch, tea-time, dinner or even late-night supper. They serve dim sum for 24 hours a day for a reasonably price of RM 2.90 per plate!

Siew mai (RM 2.90), decent but not outstanding, but can't expect much from this price lah.

Royal har gow (RM 2.90), different from the normal har gow that wraps the prawn fillings in a pouch shape, this royal har gow is kinda out-of-shaped.

Fried radish cake (RM 2.90), this is like the best catch of the day! One full plate of fried radish cake for only RM 2.90, definitely wouldn't mind coming back just to exploit this only.

Century egg with lean meat and peanut congee (RM 2.90), big bowl of congee for only RM 2.90. Totally worth it but it was a little too thick and starchy for my liking.

Prawn chee cheong fun (RM 2.90), this was rather disappointing though. It tasted like as if they re-steamed it directly from the plate itself, the roll was sticking to the plate and the soy sauce was watery diluted.

Verdict: Don't expect excellent dim sum here, most importantly, the prices are not expensive and certain items are really worth having, e.g. fried radish cake for only RM 2.90 :P

223 & 235, 4th Mile,
Old Klang Road,
58100, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-7984 5972
Business Hours: Opens 24/7
Halal: No
GPS: 3.097707, 101.675232

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5 Response to 'Restoran Yan Yan @ Old Klang Road, KL'

  1. Anonymous Said,'> December 13, 2010 at 12:08 AM

    Tonite is 12.12.2010 the eve of my wife birthday and we had some crabs foe dinner in this restaurant. There are only 3 adults and i baby in our group and so we ordered 3 large crabs and order them to be cooked in 2 ways or style. Before we placed our order, we inspected the live crab size and stress to the captain that we prefer only the fresh meaty type!

    The cooked crab dishes differs slightly from what we saw before, and regretfully a smaill portion of a crab was missing from the serving!

    After completing our dinner, we instructed a waiter to pack up some left over crabs after counting the balance pieces. When we got home and decided to eat up the packed crabs left over later for supper, my wife noticed another two portions from what we had counted earlier missing from the package!

    Anyway, earlier, when we complain to the cashier about the shortage in crab, she had rebated 200 gm charge from our bill.

    Now, we are equally dismay again we were shorted by another 2 portion when we requested them to repack our left over crab and only to discover the missing when we reached home!

    So patron, just be only alert and be careful in your futre visit!!!


  2. russel Said,'> December 13, 2010 at 12:19 AM

    Wow sorry to hear that, that is pretty sad :(

    According to some food bloggers, their 'tai chow' is good. Haven't really gotten the chance to dine there, how was the taste of their dishes apart from the missing portions? :(


  3. Anonymous Said,'> April 7, 2011 at 11:05 AM

    I've never tried Dim Sum before, just courious, is this Dim Sum of yours is Halal or not?


  4. russel Said,'> April 7, 2011 at 11:41 AM

    It's not halal ;)


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