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[IPOH EATS] Tuck Kee Restaurant ( 德记炒粉店 ) – Legendary Famous Fried Noodles Yut Kong Hor in Ipoh | Malaysia

Back for more Ipoh food posts and we visited Tuck Kee Restaurant, an old eatery shop that founded since 1963. Ipoh Tuck Kee has been in business for more than 50 years and the shop itself has the laid back rustic feel. It is well-known among the locals and tourists too. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Tuck Kee Restaurant ( 德记炒粉店 ) – Legendary Famous Fried Noodles Yut Kong Hor in Ipoh | Malaysia

[IPOH EATS] Woong Kee Tau Fu Fa (旺记豆腐花 ) Ipoh-One of the famous stall with Instagram-worthy Blue Beancurd

Do you know that soya beancurd is one of the must-try dessert in Ipoh? There are few famous stalls to try here and one of them is Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah. Tau Fu Fa in Cantonese is known as soya bean curd is made using their spring water in Ipoh. The stall is located in the corner of a shophouse and it is a walking distance from Big Mom Beancurd 靓妈豆花. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Woong Kee Tau Fu Fa (旺记豆腐花 ) Ipoh-One of the famous stall with Instagram-worthy Blue Beancurd

[IPOH EATS] Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum Ipoh- Dim Sum For Breakfast

Ming Court Hong Kong Tim Sum is one of the famous dim sum breakfast places in Ipoh. There are quite a number of Dim Sum restaurants like famous Foh San along the popular Dim Sum Street called Jalan Leong Sin Nam. The restaurant is pretty crowded and packed when we arrived almost 8am that morning. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum Ipoh- Dim Sum For Breakfast

[IPOH EATS] Ipoh Famous Chee Cheong Fun At Canning Garden – Son Took Over

Chee Cheong Fun stall located at Canning Garden, Ipoh was well-known by the locals away from the tourist hubs. Chee Cheong Fun, or we called it steamed rice noodles are known for breakfast choice by the locals. There are many decent chee cheong fun stalls in Ipoh but this particular stall at Canning Garden serves it on metal plates and traditional sauces. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Ipoh Famous Chee Cheong Fun At Canning Garden – Son Took Over