Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Sungei Wang ... Ipoh Tauge Chicken

I went back to Ipoh for Ching Ming...
Before going back, my wife alreaddy planned on her to EAT list....
One of the items is the Ipoh Nga Choy Kai..
But she said Lou Wong is a bit commercialize and ask my dad for other options......

We went to this Sungei Wang Restaurant at Ipoh Gdn...
d front...
d back .. or is it the front or .... confuse...

just a small shop ... with a few chickens hangin

Ipoh Nga Choy..... short n fat ..
(my mum use to call it IVY .. ngai fee - in hakka)
less sesame oil fragrant.....

hor fun is really smooth.. the chicken soup is very nice....

whole chicken (kinda small size huh ..)
 they say that it is the kampung misai chicken.. LOL..
the meat texture is very solid... not like those frozen chicken meat texture...

Saito fish ball ...
texture is a bit soft but not springy
coz i think that they did not put the "pang sah"

well it is very homemade style of ipoh nga choy kai....
U need to wait at least 60 mins for the food .. 
Total manpower - 3 workers... (include the boss as well)...
I guess that the customers are mainly from Ipoh ......

31 comments:

  1. Last time i went to another shop, forgot what was the exact name, something like Kowen,,,very nice hor fun and chicken.

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  2. I tried the Nga Choy Kai at Dong Gu Teng before. Is this at Dong Gu Teng as well?

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  3. 60 minutes for the meal? Don't count me in. A hungry woman is an angry woman, you mentioned before :)

    You come across many funny food name... ketam pondan previously and now ayam kampung misai?? Hehehehe!

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    1. Lol I forget to mention she was kinda grumpy tat night.....
      But later I got her some fried fu chuk.... N she happy again...
      If not tat night I might sleep in d living room..... Lol...

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    2. =.=" ahem ahem, u wanna sleep on the sofa tonite is it? hahahhahah

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    3. hehehe .. you will not do that...
      right?

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  4. I always go to Lou Wong only.. Din't know about this one...

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    1. Next time try Le....
      Just only 1 hour drive

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  5. oooh, at first i thought this would be in sungai wang plaza in KL! :D food sounds good, though i guess will need a lot of patience to wait one hour for it!

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  6. Yalor...Sg Wang, I thought KL one.... Never heard of this one, everybody goes to Lou Wong... I haven't been to any. :(

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    1. So Cham meh...
      There r some good tauge chicken restaurant in kl......

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  7. is that bean sprouts on the 4th photo..if they are..they look healthy and fresh..hehehe
    most of the bean sprouts here in my place is thin and small..

    and when I saw that hanging chicken..oh my...ONE ORDER PLEASE!!!!

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    1. Yes it is beanstrout....
      D secret is becoz of d Ipoh mountain water....
      Becoz of d water Ipoh also famous of beautiful girl n handsome guy........ N me from Ipoh.... Ahem..... Lol

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    2. woah..I want Ipoh mountain water then..hahahaha

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  8. I kinda wanna go here. Hehehe.

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    1. so wonder woman wanna go by flying ? LOL...

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  9. Your food pictures make me drool, at this hour. Though I am not from Malaysia, but I know some places in Malaysia serve really nice food!

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  10. Yah, been to this shop before. Their food is quite decent, however with the waiting time..... I think there are better options out there?

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    1. go earlier ..
      like my dad go there before the shop open ..

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  11. at the first thought, i didnt know it's not located at sungei wang KL lol

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  12. was in ipoh over the weekend and i ate as much of ye hor fun and bean sprouts as i could. love the short and fat sprouts. yummy!

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  13. Never heard of kampung misai chicken before. The taugeh is my fav and love the sauce drizzled on top.

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