Yut Kee Restaurant
The old Chinese restaurant Yut Kee is a favorite among both locals and tourists and the queue for a table can be long, especially around lunchtime or when the big tourist buses visit the restaurant. This place has been serving Hainanese dishes since 1928 and is run by a father and his son. The…
Authentic local chinese food. The coffee and the food here is special for tourists
An old family run restaurant with pretty good food. The roti Babi and pork chop are general favourites. Open for breakfast and lunch. The queue for lunch can get long, so it's best to come early. This is a non-halal restaurant.
Yut Kee is a non-Halal traditional Hainanese restaurant. It is very famous for its special dishes such as Roti Babi and Pork Chop. Everyone came here for this. The marble cakes of this restaurant are also its signature desserts.
Yut Kee Restaurant has been serving up traditional Hainanese fare since 1928. It is one of the oldest kopitiam names in KL and is also one of the most popular breakfast places to go to for both locals and tourists. It was previously located along Jalan Dang Wangi (just a right-angled turn from its…
The restaurant has been serving up traditional Hainanese fare since 1928. It is one of the oldest Kopitiam names in KL and is also one of the most popular breakfast places to go to for both locals and tourists. Recommended menu: Roti Babi, Hainanese Chicken Chop, Roast Pork Roll. Opening hours:…
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