Sunday, January 27, 2013

Find Great Local Food Here!

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I was trolling the net for some articles on yong tau fu (foo) when I came across this great blog on local food fare.

You will find some wonderful write-ups, and some great pictures, on the popular food of Malaysia.

So, head over here

6 comments:

  1. I haven't quite got the taste for yong tau fu yet. I better check out this blog to find the good ones!

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  2. The Ampang outlets are noted for yong tau fu, but personally I am not too thrilled with what they have to offer. Yong tau fu is not my personal favourite food anyway. And the Ampang yong tau fu outlets are steaming hot, crowded and stuffy on a typical day. Not for the faint hearted. But they are well known to yong tau fu lovers all over the country.

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