I had my snack with Suresh before went to the Carlo Rino Collection Show at Midvalley. At the first time I want try dessert stall but Suresh would like to have snack at I Love Yoo.
I’d just had my lunch at Papa John Times Square and was looking for something cheap and filling. For those who looking for quick, cheap and nice snack, I’d highly recommend I love Yoo. It’s a self-service conccept, so one would need to queue, choose the items, pay and carry the food to the table.
I order Set A which is only cost me at RM3.90
This is soft and tasty. Since there have a lot of customer, if its freshly fried, it will be crispy outside and soft inside. These yau char kwai came with the porridge. Very crispy indeed cos the frying was done right there.
The porridge that came in quite big portion really worth to try and it’s really soft. Not only tasty, it’s also serve while hot. It’s really a good combination to had yau char kwai with the porridge. Try to add a little bit pepper will make the porridge into perfection.
The Soya Bean milk that Suresh took still warm and it’s only cost at RM2.80
The soya bean tasted less of sugar and more of the soya bean. I can still feel the taste of the milk on my tongue.
Other than yau char kwai, you can find mar keuk (literally horse leg); cyin tooi of either peanut or lotus paste fillings (sesame balls); harm cyin pheng (flat round shaped crullers sometimes with red bean paste filling); kap chung (round crullers filled with glutinous rice in the centre); farn shu tarn (sweet potato balls).
7/10 for the service. Efficient & Self service.
7/10 for the food quality and quantity. Price reasonable and “ready-to-go”
6/10 for the environment. Ordinary outlet cafe.
I Love Yoo,
Lot LG-K-16, Lower Ground Floor,
The Gardens, Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Putra,
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!