Food Spot: Restaurant New Yew Sang

by Audrey Lim, Oct 29, 2007 | Destinations: Malaysia / Selangor
Wat Tan Hor - Noodle in egg gravy

Wat Tan Hor - Noodle in egg gravy

Wat Tan Hor - Noodle in egg gravy

Wat Tan Hor (Cantonese Fried Keoy Teow) is quite a common dinner or supper dish for many. However, if you have a sudden craving for good WTH for lunch, then head over to this restaurant in Kelana Jaya. Here, it is almost impossible to get a table during lunch so make it a point to come earlier, like slightly before 1 pm would be good. Also, do keep in mind that if you are late, the WTH will be sold out! Because business is brisk, the keoy teow are pre-fried, but don't worry! It normally sells out so fast that there is no time for the noodles to just sit around. The best part is the gravy's texture - not too starchy or too watery. The Chinese cabbage is fried along with some prawns, meat slices and fish cake. Overall, the noodles swimming in egg gravy score top marks! 

For dinner, the restaurant is also open for ala carte Chinese meals. The Fried Rice, and Sweet and Sour Pork are really good. Also try the Steamed Fish, Kum Heong La La (spicy clams), and Sang Yee Pin (Sliced Fish in Ginger). Best of all, the prices are reasonable and almost every dish promises to delight the taste buds, so you can't go wrong here.

Restaurant details:

18, Jalan SS6/8,
Kelana Jaya, 47301
Petaling Jaya

Cuisine: Chinese

Price Factor: Cheap-Moderate

Cleanliness Factor: 2/5

Service: 4/5