Ong Kee

Whenever we visit to Ipoh, Perak, we will make a trip to this Ong Kee Tauge Ayam restaurant for the steamed chicken. Its rival shop named, Lou Wong also located at the same street of Yau Tet Shin Street, Ipoh. I have not been to Lou Wong before and therefore, there is no comparison made at the moment.

Steamed chicken

I personally do not prefer to eat steamed chicken because of its taste and the fatty skin. There is no exception case for this chicken too. Besides that, the portion for four person looks pretty small.

Simple steamed chicken goes well with hor fun (keow teow) or rice.

Hor Fun

You may order additional dishes such as bean sprouts which is very famous in Ipoh, fish balls or meat balls. A gentle reminder for those who want to order bean sprouts, they put a lot of white pepper on top of it. If you do not like to eat white pepper, maybe you can ask the waiter to exclude it 🙂

Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.

Foh San Dim Sum

The Foh San Dim Sum in Ipoh town.

I traveled all the way to Ipoh with friends in the early morning to eat dim sum as breakfast. The road leads to this place was very jam during my visit. It was because there are two famous dim sum shops along the same road. Everyone was looking for parking space and dropping off people.

Dim sum feast started.

This was the ingredients inside the one of the above dim sum. The prawn was fresh when I bit the prawn.

So, next time when you visit Ipoh, you can try to drop by Foh San Dim Sum restaurant to give a try. The restaurant’s sign board as below:

If you just want to take away, look for this counter located at the ground floor of the restaurant (left side).

51, Jalan Leong Sin Nam, Ipoh, Malaysia.

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