Tuesday, October 12, 2010

I Love Yoo! Where tradition meets modern...

My friend and I went to Empire Gallery for gym after the 10-10-10 fun run (coming up next post). We were hungry and looking for a place for our breakfast. Since we were early in Empire Gallery, I suggested to taste the "Yau Jar Qui" in I Love Yoo!... Why? Cause everytime we want to taste, there is a long queue. It has triggered my curiosity of how tasty is the food that make people line up for it.


Yau Char Qui with Soya 

Yau Char Qui

I Love Yoo!

Anyway, I was a bit disappointed because it was not as tasty as i expected. And the amount of people lining up to grab this food is really kind of over-rated. Luckily the food was not that expensive as for a "yau char qui with Soya" cost about RM3.90. I yet to try the porridge... maybe the porridge with Yau Char Qui is nicer... 

7 comments:

[SK] said...

don't try the porridge!! my friend once say them pouring starch into the porridge to make up the texture, no good no good~~

smallkucing said...

kinda pricey. Hmmm looks like roadside ones nicer

Legolas said...

Definitely not the nicest one out there, but that's the only one you can find in a shopping mall.

Twilight said...

Unless they serve it at Starbie, then it would be nice!

Gratitude said...

The environment where the stall is located is not so good too, very cramped and human traffic passing bothways.

Btw, that friend of yours has no name ka? :P
+Ant+

foongpc said...

Have never eaten there before! I prefer the yao zhar qui with porridge or red bean tong sui. Not with soya milk.

TZ said...

[SK[: oh, i thought of giving them the 2nd chance to go back to taste the porridge. in this case, i think i will just skip the plan then...

smallkucing: I agreed with you.

Legolas: Sometime i still think this categories of food has to be located by the side of the street... It's more tasty :p

Twilight: If they served in Starbie, I will not pay a visit to Starbie any more... Meaning Starbie go local. Sigh~

Gratitude: hahaha.. not only that. The table and chair are very close to each other. Basically you are sitting back to back with the next table. :p

Foongpc: Dude, you can give this a skip... not very worth to try. the Yau Char Qui with Soya originated from Taiwan.