This is my second visits to Yut Kee, and i believe Yut Kee is a Famous old school hainanese food paradise for KL people. Its located in the heart of the city. You will hardly get a table and the people who comes here already used to shares table with stranger.

Their Popular dishes are Hainanese Pork Chop, Roti Bakar with Homemade Kaya and many more...

Hainanese Pork Chop

At first my sister in-law asked me don't order the pork chop, afraid the meat will be tough, coz she took that before and was hard to chewed. Anyway, i still asked for 1...hee.

The pork chop deep fried with egg batter, served with deep fried potatoes, mixed vege and stew sauce. That is call Hainanese Style.

Surprisingly the pork chop was tender, the sauce is average only. Well, for me, it isn't the old school & homey method that i expected. I guess they force to prepared the food in short cuts to supplies the huge crowds. The mama stew sauce is to caramelise the onion, pan fried the potatoes and put in some tomatoes to make the delicious stew sauce.

Roti bakar become more charcoal version now, but the kaya still using old school "double boiled" method to cook. Nice.

Another recommend item is Seafood Dai Lok Mee, freshly fry. Remember don't ask for normal version, coz they pre-cook the noodle and just hit up when the order comes. Crappy...

Rating 0-10
Food: 5
Environment: 4 (warm and crowded)
Service: 5
Price: 4
Recommend Dish: Dai Lok Mee, Double Boiled Kaya


  1. annie // July 7, 2008 at 4:14 PM  

    the pork chop nice to taste? how much the rate you will put on it? from the photo its look not bad...geeee

  2. gill gill // July 7, 2008 at 5:09 PM  

    hard to say when comes to mass production.
    Mass Production = Need to work Fast
    Work Fast = Short Cut
    Short Cut = Food no good lor

  3. Fortesfidelis // July 18, 2008 at 2:56 PM  

    It's not very easy to find Hainanese restaurants that make pork / chicken chop this way. I must say this one reminds me of the Hainanese coffee shop along Love Lane in Penang.