North-south highway lunch stop – Yong Peng 688 coffee shop

Yong Peng remains the best lunch stop, timing wise, when traveling down to JB from KL. 688 coffee shop is a lively place with 5 stalls, which is considered a high stall count for Yong Peng. There is the drink stall that also sells Bak Kut Teh, Assam fish and porridge. There’s also a chicken rice stall, a Wanton noodle stall, a Tze Char stall and a soup stall (fish balls, pork ribs etc.).

Chicken rice. Notice the coffee is the typical thin type common in the region, and it looks very milky, though it doesn’t really taste milky.
Nice wok hey in the fried kway teow.

I didn’t snap a photo, but the Bak Kut Teh is actually quite good value at RM10. It came with 4 pieces of pork spare ribs (not frozen pork) and a few slices of pork belly.

If you want variety, i think 688 fits the bill.

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