Ham & Eggs............

Ham & Eggs............

Yu Ai Restaurant @ Jalan Segambut Utara, Kuala Lumpur

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

There is one restaurant in Segambut has been around for quite sometimes and they are famous for seafood noodle. Some of you might have heard about the Segambut seafood noodle and if you are a seafood lover, maybe you have heard about this Yu Ai Restaurant. Do you know what does this Chinese characters - 友爱 means? 友 = Friend & 爱 = Love. So, it’s ‘Friend’s Love’. Today’s highlight will be ‘Friend’s Love’ Restaurant, which offer more than a friendship, but friendly & loving seafood noodles. However, the service is quite bad actually, food serving is fast though but the attitude of the waiter is not friendly and sour demeanor.
The restaurant is located at Jalan Segambut. To get there, you have to take the Jalan Duta - Segambut Highway until you reach the roundabout. Take the 12 o’clock exit and hang a left at the T-junction traffic light. At the first traffic light, turn right. There is a row of shop houses along the left side of the main road. The restaurant is towards the end of the shop lots. Find a parking spot if you can and head on in
They serve 3 types of soup based, clear, curry and tom yam. They also have fish head noodle and dry noodle. So, within minutes a steaming hot bowl of curry seafood noodles appears before you, its rich and aroma. Seafood such as squids, clams, mussels, fish slices (not fresh) and prawns fill the bowl to the brim that you can hardly see the noodles. A little unctuous, but there’s no denying that the creamy rich broth is flavorful and spicy too. If you want spicier, they provide chili paste in a container on every table, all you crazy people who loves to have their food overly spicy need not be worried.
Here’s the big bowl of Clear Soup Seafood Noodle. The ingredients are prawns (At least 3), mussels (Quite a number), clams (Quite a number), fishes (a few only, but found it not fresh at all), squids & some seaweed. Overall, it’s delightful and just oklar…
Last but not least, Tom Yam Seafood Noodle, which is also laden with a ridiculous amount of seafood, and find that the tom yam soup to be extremely thick and flavorful. It’s very spicy, for patrons that can’t take too spicy, can opt for clear broth.
Yu Ai also has a branch in SS2 Petaling Jaya, behind Restoran Kayu (Nasi Kandar). However, it is believe that there is not much business or turnover. Maybe the food’s not as good as the main branch.

Food Review

Food Type: Malaysian, Chinese, Thai, Fusion (Pork-Free)
Address: No. 42, Jalan Segambut Utara, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +6012-335 5563
Price: Average RM15 per bowl
Operating Hours: Daily (8am-5pm)

Taste Rating: 7.5/10
Ambiance Rating: 5/10
Service Rating: 5/10
Value Rating: 6/10

Overall Rating: 5.9/10



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