We followed him for about a 15 minutes drive to this wooden shop by the name of “Restoran Yap Yin & Bak Kut Teh”. Shiang Hwai immediately fixed up a food order and lunch was served within 15 minutes. That was fast.
First dish served was mui choy cow yoke (very delicious), followed by kangkong belacan,
a steamed soya sauce Haruan fish,
then another steamed Haruan fish this time with Brands’ Essence of Chicken and
the last and fifth dish was fried mantis prawns with salted egg yolk.
The two fishes we had were fabulous and the total damage for the lunch including drinks were RM157.00