Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sun Yin Loong, Kota Damansara

How was your sunday?
Mine was relaxing, started off with late breakfast at Sun Yin Loong with Jane.
And why there?
Jane wanted something close to home (town), and Sun Yin Loong has the ipoh white coffee which was very similar to those she can get back in Ipoh.
I ordered a cuppa for myself..
It was thick and aromatic, every sip was delicious. No wonder Jane's dad approves the coffee here.
The half boiled egg on toast..
Loved how it glistened under the sun light. Too bad the yolk was hidden, would have looked perfect if the yolk peeked out a little :p.

Add dash of pepper, drizzle some soy sauce and break the yolk...
Served on buttered, thick toast (hainanese bread)- the broken yolk was absorbed into the toast almost immediately. Yummy.
I had the pork noodles..
Supposedly from a famous stall in Ipoh Road..guess it didnt live up to the fame? It was very average. The sauce was too sweet, think they overloaded on the MSG.
Jane's char kuay teow fared better..
As per most kopitiam, you need to wait rather long for the CKT.. coz it's usually a popular order. Though the order was quite long, Jane got her's in ok time. Quite a lot of ingredients and had some wok hei. Jane was happy with it, said that it's not too salty and the noodles were thinner and smoother. (she guessed it might be from ipoh too :p)
Sun Yin Loong is located at 2A-1 & 2-1 (GF), Jalan PJU 5/7, PJU 5, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya.

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Blogger wmw said...

Tried the half boiled egg toast here before...not as almost near perfect as the one I recently blogged on in Hua Nam, Ipoh (of course! Hahahaha...). Still looking in Klang Valley :o)

11 October, 2009  
Anonymous Jungle Jerry said...

The egg on toast looks amazing! That's what i call a good breakfast. Anything else worth checking out in the koitiam?

11 October, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

wmw: of course we cant compare to the best versions in Ipoh. but for now (in PJ area), this deinitely satisfied my cravings :). ooo, do let me know if you find a fantastic version in klang valley!

jem: noticed 5 popular choices here (on most tables)- the CKT, economy fried noodles/ beehoon with curry sauce, the western breakfast, hakka mee and the egg tarts. so when are we having brekkie together? soon? so busy lar you...

12 October, 2009  
Blogger boo_licious said...

I love the coffee here. Wish they brought in good Ipoh curry noodles though, that will be brilliant combination.

Pssst, how come u went to this branch and not the one at Sunway Mas, nearer to u? A lot of difference?

12 October, 2009  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

Yalor, Sunway Mas's shop not as good?

12 October, 2009  
Anonymous jason said...

There's another branch in KD? I didn't know that. Been to the one in Sunway Mas and we think the prices there were quite high.

12 October, 2009  
Blogger Bangsar-bAbE said...

I came here not too long ago, and was terribly disappointed with the food. The CKT was tasteless...only the coffee was decent.

Wonder if they've improved on the standard of the food since then...

12 October, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

boo: yeah, the coffee's has real oommpphh :). hehe i was at Kota Damansara for shopping too, so had brekkie there before shopping :)

tummythoz: ok too, famous for other stuff la.

jason: yup, one at KD too. the prices here are quite high too..

bangsar babe: oh really? the coffee i had was yummy and the CKT that my friend had was decent (not bland). hmmm, means the QC is badddd..

13 October, 2009  
Blogger 550ml jar of faith @minchow said...

Ooooh runny egg is soooo pornographic!! I'm so full from my Yong Tow Foo lunch but I can so do with a yolk and a half now!! :-P

13 October, 2009  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

Half boiled egg on toast, simple but nice...very nice indeed~~

13 October, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

minchow: what a way to describe the egg! hehehe

mimid3vils: yes it was!

14 October, 2009  
Anonymous Lyrical Lemongrass said...

omg, i love that pic of the roti with the half boiled egg. arrgghhh...i need my brekkie now!!!

14 October, 2009  
Anonymous J2Kfm said...

wah.. they have two branches in klang valley now?!
yup, their coffee's even better than Nam Heong's, the one that came up with Old Town White Coffee.

14 October, 2009  
Anonymous SF said...

I do miss half boiled eggs and toasts at kopitiam. Maybe I should open a kopitiam here, except i might be able to fight with all the milk tea and weird toasts that they have here!!!

15 October, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

lemongrass: you should try it.. satisfying indeed..

j2kfm: yeah, and both very near where i stay. i do prefer their's over old town..

SF: ooo, if you do open, can i be your minor sharholder :p dont sell milk tea, i'll provide the kluang coffee :)

16 October, 2009  
Anonymous Jungle Jerry said...

Finally had a taste of the food there with the original crew - SC and Jane. Toast was great and CKT is very decent. The pork noodle was so-so but the egg tarts are good. Thank you Auntie egg tart for selling all 12 remaining egg tarts to me..or should it be the other way round??

17 October, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

jem: haha, it was a huge brunch for you ya? :p and you grabbed all the tarts! heard that they got the stocks from tong kee- not sure if its true..

18 October, 2009  

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