The char siew here is neither the inferior version with an artificial ruddy tone, nor is it the rubbery-dry meat that gets stuck between your teeth. The barbecued meat at Restoran Char Siew Yoong, best paired with their double-boiled old cucumber or watercress soup, arrives at the perfect intersection of taste, texture and colour; they’re well-caramelised with just the right degree of char around the edges. Lushly enrobed with a sticky-sweet sauce, the char siew successfully nails the tricky fat-to-lean meat ratio – it’s a powerful flavour combo that will render any self-control powerless.
|Venue name:||Restoran Char Siew Yoong||Contact:|
23 Jalan Pudu Ulu
|Opening hours:||Closed on alternate Thursdays, 10am-5pm|