Penang [檳城] • 28 JANUARY 2015
If you love Yong Tau Foo, you must go to Kampar Fish Jelly which is well known among the locals located at Sungai Nibong. There are varieties type of fish balls, dumplings, vegetables and bean curd, as well as braised trotter with vinegar, pork intestines, chicken feet and steam herbal chicken.
Yong tau foo, well known in Malaysia and Singapore, is a dish made with small pieces of tofu products and vegetables stuffed with fish paste. Soy products such as plain tofu, deep-fried tofu, tofu puff or tofu skin are often used, and vegetables such as bitter melon, eggplant, chili and okra are common choices.
These stuffed tofu and vegetable pieces are served either plain, with a soup on the side, or covered in clear seafood broth or coconut curry gravy. Noodles are sometime added to make the dish into a complete meal.
mouse noodles (老鼠粉, lao shu fen in mandarin, 老鼠粿, niu chu kui in Hokkien or 老鼠粄, lou shu ban in Hakka) in Malaysia due to the shape of the noodles it resembles a mouse.
Hakka Noodles my favourite noodles with lots of beansprout and minced meat and their special sauce.
Just before the overhead bridge to Queensbay Mall.
The shop is airy though it is located in middle of a row of shops, clean and easily to be found
(From the roundabout near to Gold Coast Queensbay, go to the exit which directs you to a bridge as if you are heading to Sg. Nibong. Once you crossed the bridge (before reaching the famous food court Gold Bay Food court), immediately spot the first exit on your left, turn into the place. You will see a row of shop houses with the first shop houses is a coffee house. You will find Kampar Fish Jelly in one of those shop houses.)
Kampar Fish Jelly Yong Tau Foo, Sungai Nibong
Address: Pantai Jerjak, Sungai Nibong, Penang. (before the overhead bridge to Queensbay Mall)
Business Hours: Tuesday to Sunday. Lunch: 10:30am