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2006.03.28

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foodcrazee

The belacan fried rice sure looks charred....nice "wok hei" eh ? great stuff...gotta drop by there again.

Joyce

This is one of the best reasons to be living in the Dang Wangi area :-) I buy their kaya to eat with bread and butter every day.

Robyn

yeah foodcrazee, definately the best, most 'wok hei'd' fried rice I've ever had. Impossible to achieve the same effect at home, it seems.

Joyce, lucky you. Though if I lived close to Yut Kee I'm afraid I'd be the size of a house. ;-)

Jenny

Homemade kaya? Thought that was extinct in KL. Will check it out next time I'm there. Also the belacan fried rice looks great.

man and van

great food thanks for make me hungry now

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