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Yut Kee enjoys quite a reputation with local crowds and has become more of a tradition with regular crowds that visit this interesting and very affordable everyday cafe.

Yet-Kee an impressive Kuala Lumpur restaurant

Today I am going to go back in time and write about my foodie adventures in the back streets of Kuala Lumpur. Yut Kee enjoys quite a reputation with local crowds and has become more of a tradition with regular crowds that visit this interesting and very affordable everyday cafe. Located at a walking distance from Menara KL, Yut is managed by a second-generation owner. 

The recipes are simple and authentic and capture the rich mix of Chinese Malays flavours.



The simplicity of Yut Kee - Best Malay Food in Kuala Lumpur

Yut Kee is popular with office workers as the simple menu does not offer a very extended list of dishes. You can enjoy simple Asian dishes like fried rice with clear soup and some light chicken dishes. 

A chicken schnitzel cooked in gravy and potatoes is an interesting dish that is quite popular. I ordered beef soup in clear noodles which went quite well with the fried rice.  

Other popular Asian dishes include roast pork, lum mee, chicken noodles (dry/soup), beef noodles (dry/beef), hailam mee, roti babi. 

The decor of the cafe is basic and functional. Yut Kee is a great place for lunch. 

On my way out from the cafe, I got into a conversation with the owner who was kind enough to offer me a coffee and house-made cake. I came to know about the interesting history of the cafe and changing trends of foodies in the town. I was lucky enough to get a recommendation on another interesting establishment Sek Yuen which claims to be one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in the Pudu area in Kuala Lumpur. 



Food Type: Cafe Type food

Price: $ ( meals under RM10)

Address: 35 Jalan Dang Wangi, K.L 50100