When you have a young baby, you cannot expect to spend much outdoor, not to mention, having a peaceful and decent meal outside. I can count my fingers on how many times I went out for breakfast during the weekend with my family. Lol! Most of the times, I prefer hubby to "tapau" and I eat at home as I don't really like to bring Baby Jay out.
One Sunday hubby managed to persuade me to bring Baby Jay along for breakfast. So we went to nearby cafe, called Yeow Kee at 101 Premier. It is about 5 minutes drive from our house so I agreed to his suggestion. By the way, that day was Baby Jay's first time went out with us for breakfast. Luckily he was well-behaved that day, listened to his surrounding and dozed off in his stroller. *wink*
Back to Yeow Kee cafe, I enjoy going there for breakfast and lunch as it offers many choices, from chicken rice, toasts, Taiwan-styled rice rolls, beef noodles and so on. However, it is very difficult to find tables and seats on the weekends.
If you are duck meat lover, then you must drop by Yeow Kee cafe for its duck noodle. This dish is recommended by my BIL, and I fall in love with it since the first day I tasted it.
The second time I went to Yeow Kee I remember to take photo of the dish to share with you. RM5.00 per bowl. The duck meat is tender and wantons are great. I love its big tang hoon too. Some people may don't like the smell of duck, but this dish is simply delicious. The duck is not that smelly, so don't worry too much about it. You may don't like the duck meat, but you will enjoy its tangy wanton.