Sunday, October 07, 2007

Restoran Tuck Kee, Ipoh

We visited SF and SL's aunt while we were in Ipoh..
Also went around Ipoh town, enjoying the old town's charm..
We didnt know what to do; whiling away time as it was way too early for dinner..
SF suggested for a snack before dinner; so off we went to Tuck Kee..
We had the fried bee hoon..
The fried bee hoon was just right, not to dry nor too wet. It had the aroma from the wok hei and plenty of zhu yau zhar (fried lard). Eat it with their home made chilli sauce, it's scrumptious.

We also had the wat dan hor
When I saw the noodles, I was a tad surprise as it looks more like a huge bowl of thick soup. We could not see the noodles at all, we had to ladle the noodles up in order to take this picture ;).SL told me that years ago, when they were staying in Ipoh, this was the only version of wat dan hor they knew. Imagine their surprise when they moved to other states..where's all the saucy soup? The sauce was thick and fragrant; the noodles, was smooth and just glides down our throat and again, there were lots of zhu yau zhar in this bowl of noodles..
Guess Tuck Kee loves using zhu yau zhar eh? (not that i'm complaining ;p). And if you add their homemade chilli sauce into the noodles, you'll get another new level of flavour altogether..Very tasty too :)
Restoran Tuck Kee is located at the same row as Low Wong ngar choy gai.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Big Boys Oven said...

I grew up in this part of neighbourhood, oh I wud say nearby. I still remember Tuck Kee start at the roadside just infront of this shop, the crowd was so hugw, sometimes you need to wait for half an hour to have your noodle done and serve to your table ot take away.... that was 25years ago!...gosh time fly so fast.

By the way, if you walk forward to the main street in the morning you can find the famous policestation curry noodle and also the hakka noodle!

08 October, 2007  
Anonymous jason said...

Tuck Kee. My previous visit wasn't a good one, maybe they changed the chef (noon and night shift?).

08 October, 2007  
Blogger sc said...

BBO: wow, luckily we didnt wait that long when we were there. then again, it was not dinner time yet ;). oh, i didnt know about the curry noodles and hakka noodles! thanks for the tip

jason: erm, not too sure..but the food we had that day was ok. QC not that great eh?

08 October, 2007  
Blogger MeiyeN said...

tuck kee seems to have branch in kl? i remember i saw some of them with da same name!!!

09 October, 2007  
Blogger sc said...

meiyen: really? if u do pop over, remember to ask if they are a branch of ipoh's!

09 October, 2007  
Blogger KampungboyCitygal said...

my family used to frequent there when i was young..but the waiting time can be horrendous sometimes..

10 October, 2007  
Anonymous jason said...

Probably. Luckily you guys had a good one. :)

10 October, 2007  
Blogger sc said...

kampungboycitygal: that's what BBO said too..guess either i was lucky or it's not dinner time then?

jason: yeah, we were pretty lucky then :)

10 October, 2007  

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