Yes! Last night was Friday night, our date nite hee..hee... And guess what? My partner suggested why not we eat out?
Since many restaurants have opened for dine in, we visited Restoran Yok Tho Hing@Damansara Uptown only to find out that they have changed name to Yu Tao Xuan Restaurant.
The setup is still the same and we saw one or two familiar faces.
The server (one of the familiar faces) informed us that the food is the same. From the menu it appears to be so, only less choices compared to before.
The boss recommended their Penang Char Koay Teow saying that it is their best seller but we were in the mood for dishes. But we will come back for the CKT.
I found something funny on the menu.
Douchebag Fried Mee. hah..hah... apa tu?
All these chilies are mine.
After looking at the menu, I just selected the usual which we have not had for a long time.
Sweet & Sour Pork, my favorite. It was very good.
Honey Ginger Chicken, which unfortunately was a bad choice because the chicken was not fresh. It had a smell. Ugh!
My partner prefers to start when all the dishes are on the table.
The Claypot Tofu was nice, all bubbling and hot.
Wait for the last dish.
The Four Variety Vegetable, plain.
So there you have it, our usual four dishes for two. The dining experience was pleasant as there were not many customers and tables were well spaced out.
The only disappointment and cause for concern when eating out at this time is freshness of ingredients. Case in point was the chicken. It must have been in the freezer since the start of the MCO (or even before).
At the end of the meal, we both felt so stuffed. Previously, this was just nice for us. I guess at home we don't eat as much and our stomachs adjusted after close to 3 months. Perhaps we should limit ourselves to only 3 dishes from now on, our new normal hah...hah....
Earlier that day, I went out in search of my favorite coffee.
Eh? Where is my favorite coffee? No more? Who has been buying my Moccona Coffee? heh..heh..
On the way back to office I saw that Gepuk Ayam Berempah has closed shop.