I personally enjoy the mushroom gravy filled with sesame seeds and fried shallots and mushroom slices in it.
Finally I got to savour famous Canning Garden CCF, the 2nd generation is running it though. A good business is worth passing and also receiving.
The Chee Cheong Fun from Restoran Canning Garden would never let you down. Despite having got to queue up to place your orders, the wait is totally worth it. The flavours are so unique and deeply satisfying. If you're in Ipoh, this would be a must visit place for a good plate of Chee Cheong Fun.
Here's the location.
So this is my RM7.80 bowl of James Lamb Curry Noodles. I chose kuey teow and requested for more meat, less noodles. Verdict? I love it! Rich, thick, fragrant and lip-smacking spicy curry and chunky tender lamb – what’s not to like? 🙂 And no, it isn’t super spicy (as case you’re worried) but packed enough burn to stimulate the tastebuds.
Yummy chicken curry noodle
This time, hubby joined the queue at the Pandan Rice stall. He came back with this plate filled with our yummi-licious favourites. Even now, seeing this picture makes me drool.
The Deep Fried Prawns were good. Fried just to the right level and the accompanying sauce was superb. Slightly on the spicy side but it was really good. 9/10 would be my rating for this dish.
Even the interior design is really classy, i feel comfortable dining here. This place makes me feels like home, really nice .. !
This place serves delicious laksa noodle and desserts. We were not hungry so we didn't order any noodle, we just order something light.
Hubby's blue rice "nasi lemak" with rendang chicken. This set costs RM 18.00 Delicious rendang chicken with blue rice (colour from blue pea flower). This set includes a drink, hubby chose iced tea (teh-O) without sugar.
♥Verdict: We were pleased with the food quality and I especially enjoyed the Scallop Har Gao with fresh, bouncy prawns and the addition of celery imparted a bold flavour to it. Steamed Rice Noodle with Shrimp You Tiao also another favourite of mine here. Crunchy You Tiao and shrimps were wrapped with silky smooth rice roll, served with soy sauce, a dish that scored well in terms of flavour and texture.
Fried dumplings are crispy on the outside, but filled with moist, juicy, and extremely flavorful meat and veggie fillings on the inside. Dip the fried dumpling in mayonnaise and enjoy it.
One of the item that we specially enjoyed is their custard bun. Not only it has oozing filling but the creative mixture of pandan and salted egg is amazing!
Been here couple of times and never get bored of it. So yea. Definitely a yes to this place.
At RM0.80/pc, QunKee’s kaya puff is slightly cheaper than Sin Eng Heong’s by 10 cents. As soon as you hold it on your hand, you would notice that the kaya puff’s pastry shell is smooth and airy with a nice gloss. The moment you bite into it, the shell breaks with a satisfying snap that reveals a thick filling of kaya. The mouth feel is totally different from Sin Eng Heong’s crumbly and flaky texture.
It is Kaya puffs that is the most famous product of Khuen Kee. My Auntie Tum alone bought 40 pieces to take back with her to KL. According to her and many of my relatives, the kaya puffs are really delicious. Don't ask me as I don't eat them because they use lard to make the puffs.