We went for lunch after the service on 5.2.2012 with grandparents and gan po po. We were glad that gan po po joined us for the worship service.
We decided to have lunch at Yeap Noodles Cafe as it has a better selection for noodles. It was our first visit.
The weather was hot and humid. Luckily the restaurant has air cooler to make us much more comfortable during our lunch.
Hand Paintings Chinese symbol art- 叶面.
Lots of varieties on menu. Finally we decided to order different types of noodles.
The owner made their own noodles with special flavour like oat, mint leaf, seaweed, carrot,corn and other ingredients. They make their noodles fresh every day. They also sell their homemade noodles which offer a fresh taste and contain no preservatives.
La Mian is a type of hand-made Chinese noodles. Chinese pulled noodles is an art. The noodles are made from a dough that needs heavy kneading.
This hand making process involves taking a lump of dough and produces strands of thin and long noodles by pulling it over and over again. This process is repeated several times until the desired thickness and quantity is achieved.
Different types of noodles which are stored in the refrigerator. They are fresh and healthy.
Spicy Yeap Noodles. It cost RM4.50. Dad and mom like moderate spice, but we love the really spicy stuff too.
Koay Teow and yellow mee soup. It only costs RM2.80.
Chinese Fried Wan Tan which costs RM3.00 per plate. The skin is very crispy and the meat is flavourful. We love it so much.
Chinese Dumpling Soup or Sui Gao. RM5..00 per big bowl. RM2.80 for small bowl. What a comfort food to us.
This cup of white coffee is just grandpa's taste. As for dad and mom, white coffee is an ideal match to tarts.
Dong Gua Longan Ice. A refreshing drink which was kindly made by the owner.