*Update: currently both Dai Be Steamed Fish and this chee cheong fun stall has shifted to Kopitiam 33, the coffee shop at the corner, just right opposite BHP petrol station.*
Besides the Dai Be Steamed Fish that is located inside the You Lee Kopitiam, there is another good stuff to try out – the chee cheong fun from the stall that tucked in one corner end in this kopitiam
This stall owner (the uncle) is very patience in preparing every plates of chee cheong fun. He will flip open the chee cheong fun and lay them flat; then add a little sesame oil and chop them horizontally to create the kuey teow-liked noodles. Finally top it with the sauce and garnish with the fragrant toasted white sesame.
White silky smooth chee cheong fan drenched with homemade black sweet sauce (tim zheong) and home-grinded chilli sauce. Toss-toss everything together to create a well balanced flavour in every strand of chee cheong fun. I find their CCF is quite addictive and will have it at least once a week for breakfast or lunch. Slurrrp Slurrrp…
If you don’t fancy tim zheong, you can try this version of chee cheong fun which is drizzled with chilli sauce and soy sauce. Not to forget the pickled green chilli that go great with the chee cheong fun, this plate of CCF is something my mum loves.
Besides sauces, there is the curry version of chee cheong fun too; comes loaded with curry and tofu bok and fried pig skin. Hmmm, taste similar to curry kuey teow as the chee cheong fun has soaked up the curry sauce. Bear in mind that the curry version is quite limited in quantity. Do come earlier if you wish to try their curry chee cheong fun.
If you find having chee cheong fun only is kinda plain, you can always hop over the opposite stall and order yourself some yong tau fu.
It is a public holiday today!!!
Happy Malaysia Day and have a great weekend ahead 🙂
Chee Cheong Fun
Restoran You Lee
Located at the same row with Domino’s Pizza and Restoran Sun Ming (famous for the roasted duck); Restoran You Lee will be at the corner end.