Yip's Kitchen Sunway Pyramid

The other day, just before catching our John Carter movie in Sunway Pyramid, we dropped by this eatery to have a quick bite for dinner. Yip's Kitchen with the tagline "noodle specialist" attracted my attention to try out their noodles. 

Yip's Kitchen Sunway Pyramid
Yip's Kitchen

Yip's Kitchen
LG2.52-2.53 Sunway Pyramid,
No. 3, Jln PJS11/15
Bandar Sunway,
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel : 03-7492 6028
Email: yipkitchen@yahoo.com

Yip's Kitchen Sunway Pyramid
The Interior

Calling oneself a noodle specialist, we would have expected the noodles here to be top notch. Unfortunately it was not meant to be as I realized soon enough there wasn't anything really special about the noodles, and the prices were slightly above average.

Yip's Kitchen Restaurant Menu
The Restaurant Menu

The eatery itself was comfortable enough. Not much of a crowd there though, most probably because it was a weekday. I did not realize then that it may be because of their prices versus the food. Check out the two dishes we had that evening at Yip's Kitchen below. 

Sesame Roasted Chicken Noodles
#1 Sesame Roasted Chicken Noodles - RM 8.90

The Sesame Roasted Chicken Noodles tasted okay, but the noodles wasn't what I expected of a noodle specialist. I thought it would be more springy or at least unique. It was just like any "wan tan" noodle I had outside. The Barbecue chicken meat was good though, but yet again we could have that with wan tan noodles which was way better. Janice had this, while I went ahead to order the Fried Singaporean Mee Hoon

Fried Singaporean Mee Hoon
#2 Fried Singaporean Mee Hoon - RM 10.90

I have always liked fried Singaporean Mee Hoon, even though I'm not sure why it's called that. The taste has always been rather nice with a tinge of tomato sauce. Here at Yip's Kitchen, it was somewhat more colourful with lots of different vegetables being thrown in. The dish was spicy, and due to the amount of different vegetables inside, it was different from the usual Singaporean Mee Hoon taste that I was used to. It wasn't bad, but could have been better. 

Overall, if the food had been a bit better, probably it could justify me trying out their other dishes the next time I'm at Sunway Pyramid. Unfortunately, I just did not feel the urge nor need to return. Oh did I mention, even though there was so few diners that evening, I found it really hard to get the attention of the waitress' there. A shame indeed, but the movie that night sort of made it up. 




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23 comments :

SiMon Har said...

your post is making me hungry as I haven't eat my dinner... Yip's Kitchen looks nice btw!

iVAn said...

haha bro ur being harsh again!.. :P.. no food here saddd..

suituapui said...

I'm sure you'd prefer the Noodle House in Sibu. Not much cheaper but there are many things that are really good. Come on over!

Isaac Tan said...

Simon,
lol! hey, I want to sit in your new "V-kooled" car weh. >< Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Ivan,
hey bro, what you doing la? so long no hear from you.

Isaac Tan said...

STP,
thanks for the invite! I'm planning with Janice already.. hehe, if I'm in Sibu, you'll take good care of us right? :)

LauraLeia said...

Thanks for the review/recommendation, Isaac! :) Haven't tried Yip's Kitchen before; didnt really notice it or maybe because it's been a while since i've been there.
Personally, my fave eatery in Sunway Pyramid is Zhia's Kitchen, outside the old wing next to Kim Gary. The fried carrot cake and roast pork noodles are nice. XD

Hilda Milda™ said...

Is this shop newly opened? Never realized there's this Yip's Kitchen LOL For this price, I would rather eat at Tzia's Kitchen, not bad as well (: Btw, I love Singapore Fried Bee Hoon too!

jolene said...

reading this post hungrily but the price is too expensive

[SK] said...

i walk passed this shop many times, but doesn't seem to have anything that attracts me to go in~~ :p

toninkush said...

i'm hungry and sleepy and your latest post so happened to be a food review. good god T__T

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nicccchang said...

Omg. LOL. very expensive lorrrr. In ipoh, you can have those below RM5 le and super big portion somemore. haha.

Anne Lee said...

new one?.. I never see that one in pyramid before...

Aki said...

it's lookin good.. ok2, should try this then.. how much time did I say I want to try all the food you post in blog?? but, he he he, this one is nearer to me.. so acceptable.. :D..

choi yen said...

Ingredients are more than the mee hoon for ur Singapore Fried Mee Hoon :P

madammondoq said...

nice foods photoshoot!! really sedap i tengok!! :)

Food Dreams said...

visited this place before... mediocre only... thats why never post about it... :)

Merryn said...

photo is deceiving as the pics look real good. unfortunately they are not. they need to improve on service then. I dislike waiting for ages for service..

reanaclaire said...

The noodles look springy in the picture... not so expensive since this is in KL.. :)

The Yum List said...

noodles look pretty good

Jobless Girl said...

The fried Singapore fried bee hon looks great.

CikLilyPutih said...

looks so tempting lah. now mau pegi cari kedai noodles already hehehe

Isabel said...

Looking at the photo of the Sesame Chicken noodle, I expected it to be good! o.0

missyblurkit said...

singapore fried meehoon does look good!

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