What is “Kampar Fish Jelly”? Well everyone will presume something sweet. Actually it is Yong Tau Foo, which is mostly found in Kampar, Ipoh and KL. There are a few shops selling Yong Tau Foo in Penang and we usually visit this shop located in Sungai Nibong town (near Queensbay Mall). The clean and brightly lited shop is airy though it is located in middle of a row of shops.

Yong Tau Foo is basically fish paste stuffed into varieties of vegetables and tofu. The fish paste is very fresh and springy.

Fried ingredients are served separately and the rest of the ingredients comes in a bowl of clear and tasty soup. All goes well with choices of white rice, yam rice and even Hakka noodle with minced pork.

Another side dish – Beggar Chicken.

It was an enjoyable Yong Tau Foo lunch with glasses of  barley drink (foo chook yee mai).

Kampar Fish Jelly
Jalan Jerjak

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5 comments so far


I enjoy reading your food blog and thank you so much for sharing your dining experience with us.

Yes, I also like this shop. It is hard to find a yong tau foo shop/stall which make everything themselves. Even my parents like this shop.

June 13th, 2008 at 12:45 pm
CK Lam

It is very nice of you to drop by my blog. Hope my reviews will give you more ideas on where to eat.

June 13th, 2008 at 6:38 pm

This restaurant is known as the Hakka Mee place among engineers in Bayan Lepas :)

July 20th, 2008 at 1:40 am
CK Lam

Thanks for sharing the information :)

July 20th, 2008 at 8:34 am

must try! this is one of best yong tau fu in penang!

December 26th, 2011 at 11:58 pm

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