|People from a distance away as far as Petaling Jaya would take the trouble to travel to Ampang town for a savoury of its famous Yong Tau Foo and what is so special about this YTF. My previous posting of Foong Foong can be viewed here where a group of cyclists rode there for the food..|
|One thing for sure these YTF are freshly prepared for you. We were there 15 minutes before 9.00am on a Sunday and was told to wait until 9.00 for the food we were served with Chinese tea while waiting for the food to be ready.|
|Awesome Sui Kow with super crispy fried skin with its delicious hot ingredients in the inside.|
|Customs started to pour in even the food wasn't ready to be served.|
|This system has been in used over the years even before the use of wifi or PDA to communicate between your order and the kitchen.|
The amount of helpers to prepare the food is quite substantiate.
Even young kids are seen helping out (wondering whether these kids were working part time).
|Foong Foong is the most popular among the several shops in Ampang. The one next door to Foong Foong seems to be enjoying spill over business. I wonder whether there is any difference in taste between the two.|
FOONG FOONG RESTAURANT (non-Halal)
621-A, Jalan Besar Ampang,
68000 Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
Business hours : 9am – 4pm
Closed on Tuesdays.
GPS : 3.144551, 101.763329