Now that it is the fasting month, it is next to impossible to get a seat at Chili's on our Friday evening dates. Chili's is one of the popular spots for breaking fast and the only way to avoid the crowd is to arrive early.
So to be practical, we eat at Damansara Uptown. We decided to revisit Restoran Yok Tho Hing. When we got there we noticed new faces among the one or two familiar ones. We learnt from the captain that there was a change in management last year.
The menu is still the same and thankfully, the food was still good. That evening, as usual, we ordered four dishes.
Claypot pork ribs with pumpkin.
Marmite chicken. My favorite hee..hee...
Stir fried sweet potato leaves.
And taufoo with petola (angled loofa).
It was a very good meal and a nice change for my partner who often tolerates my choice of "funny funny" food heh...heh....heh...
Then on another Friday, we returned.
We had the sweet and sour garoupa fish fillet. Another favorite of mine.
Ah! The food tastes better with minced garlic, cili padi and soya sauce. I just whacked the saucer that the chilies were served in instead of using the proper sauce plate. I was going to finish the whole lot anyway.
Sizzling tofu with minced meat and salted fish.
Four variety vegetables, the non-spicy variant to accommodate my partner.
Last dish was the lemon chicken which was not so successful in the lemon sauce department. The sauce was watery and tasted of cordial. Nope, they did not use real lemons. Won't order this again.
Again, we enjoyed our dinner and we would definitely make this place our regular Friday/weekend dinner venue.