Food

Restoran Tuck Kee 德记炒粉店 @Ipoh

February 1, 2013
“Fifty years of fried noodle experiences, the third generation of Ipoh Tuck Kee is well known for its tender fried War Tan Hor Fun and the delicious of fried noodles with appetizers.”
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Located at Jalan Yau Tet Shin, this restaurant stands at the same row with the famous Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Chicken,  attracting many tourists and Ipohians at night, especially during long holidays.
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Tuck Kee Menu
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Baby Octopus in Soy Sauce 清甜八爪鱼
The octopus is blanched, then poured over with hot oil and soy sauce. 
 It then has garnished with spring onion and fried garlic, served alongside with special made chili sauce.
This succulent and fresh tasting octopus is a must order!
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Meatballs Soup 猪肉丸
Though looks normal and unappealing, it has surprised me with its dense and chewy texture, not to mention the dry cuttlefish inside that elevates the porky taste.
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炒伊面 Fried Yee Mee
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炒米粉 Fried Mee Hoon/Vermicelli
Fried noodles with cracklings (猪油渣) ? Count me in!
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War Tan Hor Fun 滑蛋河粉
Also known as Smooth Rice Noodles with Eggs. 
Different with KL, Ipoh War Tan Hor has bigger ratio of egg gravy versus noodles, hence the soupy taste with fried noodles texture.
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Ipoh Bean Sprouts 怡保芽菜
Another must have at Ipoh.
No61, Jalan Yau Tet Shin, 30300 Ipoh, Perak
05-253 7513
 
Restoran Tuck Kee