Monday, September 6, 2010

Onn Kee For Dinner

By the look on Andy's face, it seems like he had waited too long for his dinner to be served...

The crowd was there....so we had to wait for a couple of minutes
before the food arrived...

finally the dishes came...
wonder what was Andy eyeing at??

of course, he was eyeing at this yummylicious steamed chicken..

stewed chicken legs...

and not forgetting a plate of ngar choy... (bean sprouts)
Well,

12 comments:

  1. delicious menu..suddenly feels like eating the 'taugeh' hahahha

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  2. Where's Oon Kee? Want to go and makan when I'm back in Ipoh.

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  3. the stewed chicken legs look gorgeous and tempting... hungry now XD

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  4. where is this place ? issit diagonal across Lou Wong ?

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  5. Love the chubby chubby Ipoh taugeh!

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  6. yes..Onn Kee is diagonally opposite loe wong..this shop is also not bad..

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  7. my husband would love the chicken feet!

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  8. Chicken feet sedap meh? :p Hehe. But the chickens looks delicious.

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  9. Eyew...chicken claws and they do not look like they've been stewed long enough till "nua-nua". Anyway, I do not eat those...no, thank you!

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  10. i love the bean sprout. Eh wait la..when u come KL bring u to kelana jaya bentong chicken rice. very sedap

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  11. I used to love Onn Kee,just opposite the most famous brother-sword-fighting-nga-choy-kee-lou-wong, rihgt? Because at that time, less ppl, more delicious and cheaper. But now, after so long missing Nga Choi Kei, I go back to Lou Wong when I am in Ipoh, haha.

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  12. The served food are really yummy. The bean sprout are looking really great. It would have been great if I stayed over there. Bye.

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