Serviceable dim sum. Nothing out of the ordinary, despite the constant long queue.
Steamed pork ribs – soft, succulent and juicy, has a light salty hint of black soybean, taste great and appetizing.
Overall was a pleasant dining experience and once we finished our food, we proceed to the counter to make payment with our order chit.
Steamed Beancurd Skin Roll RM5.20 – two big rolls, remain steamy hot prior serve, soft and juicy while packed with pork and shrimp fillings.
Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant has very extensive menu of Dim Sum and other delicacies.
Reluctantly change plan to Foh San Dim Sum with a not so happy mood. We already know that despite being a highly-mentioned restaurant, the not-so-good comments they have are a lot too. Established since 1971, this award-winning restaurant is undeniably one of the first few eateries that will cross the mind of many when asked “what to eat in Ipoh for breakfast”. Is just like you will go for Pun Chun Duck Noodles when in Bidor. Famous, but, not our first choice
Flavourful chicken with thick soy sauce - their signature dish.
Assam curry fish (black pomfret)
A must order - Assam Curry Fish (Stingray) Long beans, brinjals and tofu puffs were added.
The pub have some quiet/private corners as well, a little bit further away from the life band. Great experience and excellent time here with a Chardonnay between my fingers!
Ever wonder where I always hang out? This place became one of my most frequently visited places since its open for business. Hails ...
A gastrobar-beer garden located on the ‘millionaire street’ of Ipoh; Jalan Lau Ek Ching, Bricks & Barrels serve a healthy variety of beers and whiskeys, with
Ipoh-style chee cheong fun differs from what you can find in KL or places like Penang, in that it features mushroom sauce. This is unlike your Western-style creamy mushroom sauce, but is instead made from shiitake mushrooms, making for a broth with a lighter, darker consistency. The noodles are garnished with sesame seeds and fried shallots.
A great place to hit good renditions of a few Ipoh signature dishes in one go.
This is probably the best bean sprout chicken I have tasted. The chicken is really made to perfection: tender and tasty. The bean sprouts are crunchy, with a nice flavour of soy sauce and pepper...
The poached chicken was nice. The Ipoh kway teow soup was even nicer.
Dim sum we ordered for first round. I could not say it's cheap but KL is selling at RM4.50 per plate.
If you are the stereotypical type of people thinking to eat Dim Sum whenever you are visiting Ipoh, try Chef Fatt's place next time, at least for a change. The Dim Sum restaurant is a stone's throw distance away from the famous establishments of Foh San, Ming Court and Yoke Fook Moon Restaurant. Stepping in the place feels like you are visiting a Cha Chan Teng (Hong Kong-styled cafe) in Hong Kong- closely arranged tables and chairs, nostalgic wall tiles, slippery floor tiles and classic Chinese restaurant setting. Once you are seated, you will be approached by the ladies offering trays of piping hot Dim Sum dishes and recommended some signature dishes or best sellers of theirs. It feels like dining in an intimate space in the neighborhood; pretty decent quality and reasonably priced, a good alternative to those bigger establishments.
We looked around the stalls. Hubby decided to order prawn noodle, while I ordered fried rice vermicelli
Dry curry noodle for hubby and curry noodle soup for me. You may think that the curry is very hot because of the red oil but it is not.
Delicious curry noodle (wet version) for me. I like peppermint leaves.
For this particular Friday's dinner, there were 6 of us and someone wanted to dine in Seafood Recipe.
Creamy salted egg crabs. There is a promotion - 3 crabs for RM 48. The crabs can be cooked according to our preference.
Just this dish alone will immediately awaken your taste buds.
Steamed fish Served with chopped salted radish, garlic crisps and soy sauce
The food was okay, but the only real standout was the glutinous rice, which came with three different cuts of waxed meat – pork, liver and mixed. The pork knuckle was pretty good too, especially the part with the crisp, crackly skin and tender meat underneath layers of fat. Fish was not cooked thoroughly with flesh still sticking to the bone.
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.
The are reasons this place is famous: fast, affordable, simple, tasty, accessible (location and hours wise).
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.
滑嫩嫩的豆腐花配上甜度刚刚好的糖浆, 一口一口在我嘴里玩着溜溜板的游戏, 一不小心就直接滑进我的喉咙里~ 整碗豆腐花下肚, 感觉似乎有点不过瘾~