Seafood again! This time its seafood noodles. You guys out there (especially those living/working in KL) will probably have heard of Yu Ai seafood noodles. The one we went to was the branch in Segambut. Think there is another branch in PJ somewhere.
Anyway, didnt take any pictures of the drinks cos nobody remembered. All of us had 'Michael Jackson' which is just normal soya cincau. We like the generous portion of cincau and the not to sweet soya bean milk. You can also have your normal chinese tea, soft drink and etc.....
Now onto the noodles. The basic ingredients of prawns, lala, mussels, fish fillets, sotong and shellfish are the same. The only thing you get to choose is the type of noodles (Kueh Tiaw, Bee Hoon, etc etc) and the soup. There are 3 different kinds of soup, the clear soup (picture above), tom yam soup (very popular) and the curry soup (picture below).
The thing to note about this restaurant is the generous portion of seafood!!! In a large serving (which all the pictures are of) you get 3 or 4 medium to large sized prawns and generous servings of the other types of seafood although abit more fish fillet would be nice.
The clear soup is nice and sweet, it is infused with the flavours of the seafood. The curry was equally good. It was creamy and had the right amount of spiciness.
Makan Kings rating = 7 out of 10