WAh why I so rajin update everyday XD
Anyway I went for Terry Fox Run this morning in Taman Tasik Perdana.
The Terry Fox Run is an annual non-competitive charity event held in numerous regions across the globe in commemoration of Canadian cancer activist Terry Fox, and his Marathon of Hope, and to raise money for cancer research. This is the 19th year that it’s held in Malaysia and let’s hope there’re more to come.
Last year, the shirt was big
This year, the shirt was even bigger!! No sizes left and didn’t manage to get them earlier..
Last year, it was my first 5k run at that time..
This year, I took the 3.5k, my shoe kinda flapped..
After the run, we went to grab some food!! tee hee
Last year, I went to Yut Kee at Jalan Dang Wangi
This year, I went to Yut Kee at Jalan Dang Wangi too!
Next year, we will eat dimsum…
Comparing the prices, it went up compared to last year. haha not that I can remember so well, but I had a pic… There were alot of runners there as well to get some food so the wait was a little long. The food came quite fast tho despite the crowd. I’ve not been there on other non-terry-fox-days so I don’t know if the crowd is that big other weekends.. Anyway.. here’re some photos
This is new?? While waiting, I could smell pork. Like serious I’m not joking.. when u’re in bah kut teh shops u smell pork.. Here .. I smelled pork too.. And I could also hear the cracking sound when the lady cuts it slice by slice.. Pig I must have it now!
There were little herb stuffings in it and it was accompanied with apple and white wine sauce. It is not new that apples and pork work so well together, again here, it proves it’s worthiness. The skin of pork was cracking (kurnch krunch) and the meat was tender, although I wished it would be a little bit jucier but it was good.. nom nom nom..
Pork Chop ala Hainanese Style. (RM9) The pork is served with sauteed onions, potatos and mixed vege with quite a generous amount of onion sauce. Try it with the Lea & Perrins worcestershire sauce. It’s kinda like malt vinegar made also with anchovies and tamarind so it kinda gives it a smokey homey touch to it.
Take the idea of French Toast but instead, stuffed it with shredded pork and lotsa onion instead of peanut butter… yummy!!
Yut Kee is also famous for their Kaya and Butter Cake. I haven’t tried it yet but someday, I will!! People are buying boxes of them..BOXES!!
Yut Kee Restaurant
35 Jalan Dang Wangi
Opens from 8am-5pm daily, closed on Mondays