Ao Ji, the traditional Hainan people open tea room, because the former Hainan people to cook for foreigners, so combined some Western elements. People are too many, waiting for a long time. The Malay fried rice, pork chops and breadcrumbs are very good. The roast pigsty was originally bought by a maniac in front of him and made no one behind him eat. Later, he didn't want it and delayed it for too long, causing the skin of the pork roll to be not crisp enough.
This tea room is very good. The breakfast is made of Singapore toast and Hainanese chicken rice. The milk tea made is very good. I think the fried chicken cutlet is very good. The chicken cutlet is very fragrant and there are eggs on the skin.
The name of the shop is called the tea restaurant. It is in a residential area, but in fact there is no sea view here. There are streets and people coming and going. The taste here is indeed quite good, especially full of Malays. The flavor of toast is a bit similar to that of Singapore. The taste is really good and the price is much cheaper than Singapore.
It is said that it is open by Chinese people, the taste is moderate, the service is not bad, compared to the domestic tea restaurant, but it is also satisfied to eat this in the local area.
We are finally here Yut Kee for delicious roast pork rolls! When I arrived, I just saw the freshly baked pork rolls taken out of the kitchen. Roast pork rolls are only available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Roasted pork rolls with apple sauce, potato chips and vegetables. The pork is very tender and the skin is crispy. awesome!
We also ordered Hainanese pork chop and pork bread. The elderly boss Li came over and taught us to eat pork bread with Lea&Perrins Worcestershire sauce. After adding the sauce, the flavor of the pork bread is improved. The filling of the pork bun is minced meat and onion.
Yiji's cream cake and kaya swiss roll are also very popular. We brought back these two kinds of cakes for the elderly folks. They ate so happily.
We have been to Kuala Lumpur many times and unfortunately we did not get here earlier. This famous Hainanese restaurant has been serving traditional Hainanese cuisine since 1928.
When we go to Kuala Lumpur, we will definitely go back to Yi Kee to taste other Hainanese dishes.
The 1989-year-old Yi Kee restaurant in Kuala Lumpur is the only Hainanese restaurant in the city. After moving to a new location a few years ago and renamed it "Yi Ji Chinese and Western Restaurant", the business is still booming, and everyone is seeking a taste of the ancient Hainanese flavor that has gradually disappeared. The signature Hainanese chicken steak is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Even if it is immersed in a lot of sauce, it will not damage the taste of the chicken. The secret sauce is not thick but tastes good. It is the best-selling delicacy after adding onions. one. Another Hainan snack with breaded meat is just plain. It is simply fried with bread cubes wrapped in egg liquid, but there is something inside. The stuffing is minced pork, sausage, crab meat and onion, which is simple but delicious. In a casual afternoon sitting in the old tea-dining room full of Nanyang style, order a cup of fragrant Hainan coffee milk ice, plus cream cake, and spend a good old age afternoon tea time.