12 February 2017

Mr. Ang really like this restaurant’s noodle. The restaurant served a variety of noodles. For instance, rice vermicelli, ramen, and brown rice noodle. Vegetarian-friendly dishes are available too. To add on, the restaurant has this serene and calm oriental tea house interior design. I feel very comfortable to be surrounded by tea pot and faint tea smell.

Apple and Pear fruit tea RM10.90

Apple and Pear fruit tea RM10.90

A soothing fruit tea during hot weather. I prefer to drink hot fruit tea during hot weather.


Vegetarian glass noodle RM7.90

Vegetarian glass noodle RM7.90

As I prefer to eat something light in flavor, this vegetarian glass noodle suit my taste.

Ma La noodle (recommended by chef and Mr Ang) RM14.90

Ma La noodle (recommended by chef and Mr Ang) RM14.90

Mr Ang is very quiet when he eat his bowl of noodle. He only mentioned that he is in love with this Ma La noodle. It so hard to get taste description from him. I can only observed from his eating gesture.

LerLer’s Reviews:

Halal? : NON-HALAL

Vegetarian-Friendly: YES
Tax?: No
Service Charge? : No
Service: 8/10
Delicious: 8 /10
Parking: 4/10
(challenging to find parking on weekend and public holiday)

Image Credit: Google Image


Yi He Feng Food & Tea Cultural Sdn Bhd
No. 34, Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/4,
Taman Sutera Utama,
81300 Skudai,

Tel: +607-562 1902

Operating Hour
Monday to Sunday
11:00am – 11:00pm

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/AzeZEfbXbix
GPS: 1.5152741,103.6687897
Facebook: Yi He Feng Food and Tea
Website: www.yihefeng.com.my

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