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Traditional Breakfast Spot in Miri with 17 Years of History!

Hello foodies! It’s good to be back food hunting again! I’m here to recommend a place serving up some simple but delightful traditional Taiwanese breakfast in Miri.

Kedai Yong Ho – Traditional Taiwanese Breakfast in Miri 

Kedai Yong Ho, located at the old streets of Centre Point Commercial Centre
happens to be one of my personal favourite breakfast spots in Miri. This place has been around for more than 17 years and is very much loved by the locals like myself.

Differing from other eateries serving up the normal food items such as Kolo Mee or Wantan, this place also offers a variety of Taiwanese food such as Chinese Fried Dough Sticks (You Tiao), Egg Pancake (Dan Bing), Green Onion Pancake (Chong You Bing) and also Baked Wheat Cake (Shao Bing).

Chinese Fried Dough Sticks (You Tiao)

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First up, their Chinese Fried Dough Sticks (You Tiao) has a few flavours for you to choose from such as, having it Plain on its own, Kaya and Butter or with their Homemade Salad.

Salad Chinese Fried Dough Sticks (Salad You Tiao) 

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I highly recommend you getting this especially their Salad You Tiao, which is one of their popular menu items! It’s something that I never tried before, but once I got a bite of it there’s no turning back. It has that nice crispy bite from the You Tiao filled with the refreshing and sweet-tasting salad.

Egg Pancake (Dan Bing)

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Not only that, but their Egg Pancake (Dan Bing) is also another must-try. It is similar to our Malaysian delicacy, ‘Roti Canai’ in terms of taste and texture, but it’s a thicker version and also more fragrant.

Green Onion Pancake (Chong You Bing)

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In addition to their menu, their Green Onion Pancake (Chong You Bing) is filled with scallions and silky meat floss giving that aromatic flavour and crisp. However, you can also add in an egg to take it up a notch.

Baked Wheat Cake (Shao Bing)

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Next, we have their Baked Wheat Cake (Shao Bing). Despite the English name of the food, it’s more of a pastry than a cake. Even so, it still amazes me how this pastry is being topped off with a generous amount of sesame seeds and having multiple layers on the inside. As a result, making it so flaky and crumbly to every bite you take. There’s a sweet and salty version to this, do try both to have the best of both flavours!

Soybean Milk (Dou Jiang)

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As you can see, the typical traditional Taiwanese breakfast usually contains loads of carbs and eggs. Therefore, it is best paired along with a hot (or cold) cup of sugar-free soybean milk which you can add sugar based on your preferred sweetness.

Stir-Fry Kolo Mee (Chao Gan Mian)

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Last but not least, a dish I think worth mentioning here is their Stir-fry Kolo Mee (Chao Gan Mian) which is Kolo Mee fried with crunchy cabbage and beansprouts then, garnished off with minced pork. Very flavoursome indeed!

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Great Place for Breakfast in Miri 

The atmosphere here is really old-school, giving you that nostalgic feeling when dining in. With all those years of selling their delicious traditional Taiwanese breakfast, it is not surprising that their customers are always coming back for more.

Above all, their food items are pretty much affordable and also very hearty to keep you filling throughout the day. So, what are you waiting for? Give this place a try and experience a traditional Taiwanese breakfast in Miri!


Salad Chinese Fried Dough Sticks (Salad You Tiao) – RM 2
Egg Pancake (Dan Bing) – RM 1.50
Green Onion Pancake (Chong You Bing) – RM 2
Baked Wheat Cake (Shao Bing) – RM 1.50
Hot Soybean Milk (Dou Jiang) – RM 1.20
Stir-Fry Kolo Mee (Chao Gan Mian) – Rm 5


Shop Name: Kedai Yong Ho
Address: Beside Park Hotel, Jalan Melayu, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday (6 am – 1 pm)
Waze/ Google Maps: Search for “Yong Ho Café”
Status: Non-Halal

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