We were unwittingly early when we got there just after 9am so getting a table was no problem. Orders were taken down via a chit sheet and a waiter swiftly put in our orders to the kitchen. As we waited, it was hard resisting the aroma of the freshly baked pastries from one of the stalls. Besides chinese pastries, Ipoh Road Yong Tau Foo is also renting the space to other food and drink vendors. We ended up ordering from pastries and rojak after the main meal. Speaking of which, it didn't take too long for our food to arrive.
The total Yong Tau Foo bill amounted to RM37 for three people inclusive for two drinks which wasn't too bad for me.
The rojak we ordered after as a palate cleanser was a generous portion of fruits and vegetables with yummy sweet sauce and crushed peanuts. The crackers were too thick though but the fruits used were perfect - sweet. sour and crunchy. RM7 for a small and RM9 for a large.
The new Ipoh Road Yong Tau Foo is just a stone's throwaway from the other popular Yong Tau Foo restaurant - the Segambut Yong Tau Foo so if you feel like doing a comparison, you can run between the two. You can't miss it if you're headed into Jalan Ipoh from Duta and Hartamas. Just remember to slow down and stick to the left for the entrance to the parking lot or you will end up going around Jalan Ipoh and making an illegal U-turn...like we did.
Ipoh Road Yong Tau Foo
GPS: 3.182201, 101.680461
Address: Jalan Segambut Utara, Kuala Lumpur
Parking: Yes, plenty as it's their own allocated parking lot and free for now.