Restoran Yat Yeh Hing, 33, Jalan SS4D/2, Taman People's Park
Petaling Jaya 47301

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10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

10:45pm - 03:00pm

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Drive pass this area on a raining morning and decided to give it a try. Ordered a mix of roasted chicken and steamed chicken together with a plate of chicken feet.

The roasted chicken cooked perfectly, it's so juicy and flavourful. Will highly recommend to give a try on their chicken feet, so crunchy and refreshing!

Tips: soup is self service.

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Although thoroughly obscured by the signage of a typical tai chow restaurant, Yat Yeh Hing's daytime tenant Kee Kee sees no trouble drawing the crowds and we can see why. The gleaming, bright yellow-skinned chickens hanging behind the display are sourced from a Bentong farm, where they are fed a strict diet of corn for firmer, more tender flesh. Have the Poached Chicken (from RM6) that retains juiciness better than its roasted counterpart, though both are tender. Also mandatory are Oiled Rice (RM1.50) and a sharing plate of Beansprouts (from RM5), all to have with freshly grated ginger, mixed into their hot chilli sauce. Advertised to be their best dishes, the Fried Gizzards (from RM4) and Glass Chicken Feet (from RM10) make sublime sides for offal-loving diners. Stewed over long hours to result in a soft, gelatinous texture, the Glass Chicken Feet will tick all the boxes for those who fancy themselves adventurous. If not, there is always regular chicken feet, found in their hearty home boiled soups.
Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burppler Tian Hong


Corn fed chickens with crispy roasted chicken fresh from the oil bath, the crunchy bean sprouts sourced from IPOH and fragrant oiled rice perfumed with the aroma of ginger, garlic and shallot. A plate of chili sauce + grated ginger was magnificent.

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Delicious chicken rice! Stamp of approval!
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