Normally, during the weekdays people tend to choose a lighter meal for lunch. Sitting in the office typing away on the computer does not really use up all the food we have eaten for the day. So, we went to this hawker stall in PJ Old town. It was recommended by a colleague of mine. There were many choices you can choose from the whole list menus such as Yong Tau Foo, Curry fish head, Assam fish, Fried chicken wing, Hack Ka Cha Youk (Hakka fried pork) to Vinegar Pork Leg. As we are tight for time, we tried the Yong Tau Foo.
My first choice was definitely had to be the one with the least meat (Keep Fit Ma) and I got myself a tau foo, a chili, two egg plants and a lady finger. Regardless of what my colleague said, I personally feel that it tastes quite normal. Nothing so fancy about it. However, there is one thing I noticed about this Yong Tau Foo is that it is less oily compared to other stalls that I had eaten before.
My friend had the Hack Ka Cha Youk (Hakka fried pork). Well, it looks delicious and according to him, it tastes “fantastic”. Well, I assume it would be nice if this dish were to be enjoyed with rice.
PJ Old Town – Gerai Seong Kee address is at Jalan Terus 4/42, 46050 Petaling Jaya. It is located next to the wet market.
While I was having my lunch happily, two men sat at the next table to us. One of the uncle called for the lady boss and said that he had pre-ordered “Curry Fish Head” earlier through a phone call. My first thought was “why did he ring the stall up just for some Curry Fish Head for lunch?” I guess “Curry Fish Head” will be my next option at PJ Old Town. ^^