Out of all items ordered, I'm pleased and satisfied to have these for breakfast. At least no calories were wasted over here.
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.
The price is on a steeper side considering it costs almost a dollar SGD but its still worth a try if you are in the area.
I personally will give this place a miss as chicken rice back home is one of our unofficial national dish and most stalls can beat this place hands down.
If you happen to be in Tong Sui Kai, the stall is recommended for its simple yet nostalgic taste.
We were up in Ipoh for some cycling and on the second afternoon went riding along the Kinta River. To kick of the ride we went on a short loop at Ipoh Mrual Street. This is a back-alley that runs parallel to Jalan Masjid; between Jalan Laxamana & Jalan Datuk Onn Jaafar. A good landmark will be the beautifully unique Masjid Panglima Kinta, where there are ample parking.
Beansprouts and Chicken. That is probably the major dish that people come to Ipoh to eat. If you come, you have to have it.
Tuck Kee is one of the oldest establishments in Ipoh. Known for its noodles and other items.
The decoration and the ambience of 70's and 80's here has the back to yesteryears element which gives the nostalgic and old school feeling. Food wise the Hou Heng Chicken Chop and the Lamb Chop are very unique and delicious especially the sauce. Their Hou Heng Coffee is also their signature here that not to be missed.
A piece of House Quiche.