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This would be on a little higher end of halal hot pot. If you are used to sukiya this would be an upgrade. They have Opulent choice of meat such as wagyu and australian beef. Tho Sukiya dipping sauce still better than this place.

If you are ever in Ampang are don't ever forget to pay Cozy House a visit before you go back to where ever you belong to. This restaurant is the best for local delight! When you visit Cozy House you need to try their Chicken Curry Noodle, the portion is huge (RM 12.50) and you need to get there early so you'll be able to get a bowl because it is always sold out by 2pm! The broth is so flavourful and there size of the chicken is enough for you to get a food coma after that big meal. Another dish you'll need to order is their Chicken Chop, done hainanese style, with breaded fried chicken with a side of fries.

Looking for halal Yong Tau Foo? Check out Hometown Yong Tau Foo. Home Town Yong Tow Foo is the first Chinese Halal restaurant in Malaysia to introduce our Muslim friends the delicious Ampang Hakka Yong Tow Foo. If you want to go for the recommended dish, try their signature You Tiao or Char Kway Stuffed Yong Tau Foo that will cost you around RM1 each. What makes it special is that the char kway is pan-fried twice. First on its own and the second time with the fish paste which will give you a very nice crunchy texture. However, Home Town Yong Tow Foo does not provide that doughy breaded taste to its dishes. The char kway only serves as a crusty wrapper for the meat inside, but it is still considered as a must-try for its rare fusion of yong tau foo.