Monday, May 05, 2008

Lou Wong Taugeh, Ipoh

Our last stop before heading back KL, we detoured to Ipoh..
Since we had Onn Kee on our way to Penang, we decided to have Lou Wong instead...
We had the usual fare..
The chicken..
The plump beansprouts..
The porkballs
The smooth hor fun Somehow, I find Low Wong's dishes saltier. Even the hor fun's soup is doused with some soy sauce and some other salty seasoning.Those who prefers salty food would like this I guess.
Lou Wong still remains as popular as ever, by dinner time, it was packed to the brim.
For me, I prefer Onn Kee next door.
Restoran Lou Wong Tauge Ayam Kuetiau is located at 49, Jalan Yau Tet Shin, 30300 Ipoh, Perak.

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15 Comments:

Anonymous squall said...

oh is ipoh lou wong...miss the ipoh plump so much...feel hungry now...

05 May, 2008  
Blogger Simon Seow said...

The first time I went to is Onn Kee but the most recent trip I had Lou Wong. Till now I still can't differentiate the two, taste almost the same to me. But I know Choi Lan prefer Onn Kee.

06 May, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

last time i prefer onn kee, then quality dropped, changed to lou wong. last month went there, even worse, chicken too raw, bean sprouts too salty. herbal tea also tasteless. sigh ... let me try onn kee again. =P

06 May, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

last time i prefer onn kee, then quality dropped, changed to lou wong. last month went there, even worse, chicken too raw, bean sprouts too salty. herbal tea also tasteless. sigh ... let me try onn kee again. =P

06 May, 2008  
Anonymous jason said...

I think you had chicken beansprout more than some average Ipoh ppl! :p

06 May, 2008  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

surprisingly, i've not tried lou wong or onn kee before cos the locals bring me to other places...i heard now even got daily gourmet tours to ipoh...wonder if they go to lou wong or onn kee or not..haha!

06 May, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

squall: hi there! the plump beansprouts in ipoh is one of a kind..uncomparable :)

simon: so, i guess i have the same taste as choi lan? :p

j2kfm: wow! sounds bad! luckily my experience with lou wong was still ok..

jason: no ler..just that our knowledge on where and what to eat in ipoh is somewhat limited, that's why! hehe

nic: yeah, if i'm there with locals, they'll never bring me to lou wong or onn kee too..this is a touristy thing la..gourmet tours in ipoh? most prob right, coz i saw quite a number of tourists(like japs and taiwanese) around those areas..

06 May, 2008  
Blogger wmw said...

Tried it...but found it okay only. Things changes with time....

06 May, 2008  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

I'm a lou wong fan. Huh, Onn what? *thumb nose*

06 May, 2008  
Anonymous Kenny Mah said...

But like that, where do the locals go leh? Me thinking of a trip up Cameron soon, with a "detour" to Ipoh for makan if possible. Recommend?

Thanks in advance! ;)

06 May, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

wmw: yeah, it was just ok..

tummythoz: wah, so chuen ar? :p

kenny: i think jason and j2kfm would give better recommedations since they're from ipoh...jason and j2kfm, any suggestions?

07 May, 2008  
Blogger Jun said...

thr's a branch (lou wong) in aman suria too (if i think that area is called aman suria ;p). i've only tried it once. quite close to the real thing, but yeah, i agree, a bit on the salty side...

07 May, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

jun: yes, their branch is in aman suria, corner shop..taste rather similar to the one in ipoh.

07 May, 2008  
Anonymous Crunchasarus Rex said...

Yer killing me .. with all the food i must have lah..!!

12 May, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

oopppsss, that was unintentional crunchasarus! :p

12 May, 2008  

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