Overall, the food at Tuck Kee did not disappoint and it was also very affordable. There was no 5-star service but the staff was attentive as much as they could, but once it reached peak hours, they were quite short-staffed.
The Yu Kong Hor (RM 10) really very delicious, smooth and tasty.
Though long queue, the turnover was fast and I have no complaints about their service for they are friendly and food was quick to be served.
Tuck Kee is one of the oldest establishments in Ipoh. Known for its noodles and other items.
Very satisfying dinner/supper before heading home for a good night's sleep.
Another one of their popular dishes is the boiled baby octopus (RM18). The price is pretty steep, and the portion is not that big either, but you’ll be rewarded with springy, chewy pieces of baby octopi, drizzled in a light soy sauce and fragrant fried shallots.
If you love to have braised chicken RM6.00 then be sure to secure one for yourself while dining in Tuck Kee, you are considered in luck if manage to lay your fingers into one of those since it is very famous among locals and fast-selling ones. Tuck Kee’s only uses spring chicken feet (almost half size of normal ones) as their main ingredient to ensure that it always remains soft and succulent, you can easily nibble out all those collagen goodies from the chicken feet plus it tastes great while enjoying with wat dan noodles as well! 😉
Tuck Kee is well known for their noodles and one of them is the Stir Fried Hokkien Noodle. The Stir fried Hokkien Noodle here is a perfect indulgence where they are stir fried till perfection with the aromatic kick of wok hei!
I wouldn’t mind coming back here again with the pocket-friendly pricing and delectable savoury dishes.
The highlight of the meal was the noodles made from fish paste.