Can’t take the Hakka out of me. Remember when I was much younger, my Paternal grandmother use to make these babies and some other Hakka delicacies when we visit her. This traditional dish made out of yam and tapioca starch requires lots of patience and tedious steps during preparation. I hardly seen these around and really glad that Ying Kee Lou is one of the few that serve it. Fried with scallions, mince meat, shredded black fungus and beancurd. The overall taste was good and maybe slightly bland on the Abacus seeds but still pass my expectation. The only downside is probably the price you pay for the small portion. However, given that it requires lot of labour I think it’s understandable. RM28 per plate.