This Yong Tau Foo shop is situated at Jalan Temenggong, Bukit Cina (opposite Gurdwara Sahib Melaka, near to the junction of Jalan Munshi Abdullah & Laksamana Cheng Ho) and was packed with customers when I was there. Out of curiosity, I ordered a “Kon Loh” (dry noodle) for my Yong Tau Foo. The Yong Tau Foo here is not the same as in Kuala Lumpur. Normally in KL it comes with Chee Cheong Fun but not in Malacca. This is the Kon Loh Koay Teow with no black soya sauce like KL but just with a bit of lard & oil in it. There is no vegetable, not even taugeh (bean sprout).
There are 2 type of fish balls (fried & non fried) both are small in size but bouncy and delicious. Also triangularly cut tofu with stuffed fish paste and fried fish paste.
All in all it was a great experience of Yong Tau Foo in Malacca and definitely a good breakfast.
Our Bakri site is ready for piling works as the earthwork is completed. Commencement of rubble pitch wall at the rear of the site.