According to you…

We dropped by here for lunch or dinner or for the noodles very frequently but we would usually stick to the same few dishes most of the time. Usually, they would be the ones that my late dad would come and enjoy here or buy home to eat. One of those dishes would be their sweet and sour fish fillet which we would order again and again.

In the meantime, a friend of mine, June, kept telling me that she and her late mum used to come here to eat very often too and one of their favourite dishes would be their sweet and sour pork. For some reason, my late dad never bought that – he had this habit of going for the same thing again and again, never mind how often, if he liked it so we always had the fish fillet, not the pork.

Well, that evening, when we dropped by here for dinner, I decided to order that…

…to give it a try and much to our delight, it turned out to be really VERY nice. According to my girl, it was even nicer than the fish fillet! It certainly looks like this is one dish that we shall be ordering again and again when we drop by here.

Another friend of mine, Tin Tin, asked me on Facebook whether I had tried the pek chang kay (白斩鸡) or poached or steamed chicken…

…here before or not. She said that it was addictive! I guess by that she meant that she liked it so much that she would keep ordering it again and again whenever she dropped by here. Yes, I’ve heard some other customers ordering that and the lady boss did suggest it to us a few times but I was never very keen because my girl prefers roast chicken.

That evening, however, we finally decided to give that a try as well and yes, it…

…was, indeed, really very very good, as nice as the one that we liked a lot here

…and personally, I felt that both were nicer than the ones we would have quite often here.

It certainly looks like we now have a wider range of dishes to order and enjoy the next time we drop by here. Incidentally, I saw some customers at another table having their kiam sor hay (salty crusty/crispy prawns) and it sure looked good. I could not remember eating that and when I checked my blog, it seemed like we had it in 2017

…and yes, we did like it! It probably did not come cheap and that was why we never had them again. Anyway, I am off prawns at the moment so I do not think we shall be ordering those anytime soon.

Back to our dinner that evening, we had the cangkok manis fried with egg…

…and the traditional Foochow tauhu tear (tofu soup with canned oysters)…

My girl wanted the latter so we ordered that but I only had a bit without the oysters just in case they might trigger my allergy and keep me awake all night long.

The bill came up to RM60.00 for the food – I was expecting it to be a bit more but whatever it was, it was worth it as we sure had a delightful dinner.

Y2K CAFE 千禧餐馆  (2.294220, 111.825753)…

…is located at No. 16, Jalan Tunku Osman, round the corner from that block of shops where the branches of AmBank & RHB Bank are located, with its back entrance facing the side (right, not the main one) entrance/exit of Methodist Secondary School.