Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Tong Sui Kai (Dessert Street) In Ipoh Town

Recently I discovered these food in Dessert Street (Tong Sui Kai) while "burning coconut" with my sons.  It was around 10.30pm in the night after dropping my girl back at her uni... there was still a big crowd because of the long festive weekend.. nevertheless, we still managed to have a good "feast" here...

For those of you who wants to visit Ipoh for food glorious food, then you MUST include this place in your itinerary.... :)

Some of the food we ordered...
 Rojak!
This laksa might not look attractive but it is really up to my taste...
I drank to the very last drop!  :)
Some fish balls varieties as "accompaniment".... 
Crispy fried Wan Ton dumplings.... 
AAhhhh.. this is Special Chee Cheong Fun
Sold by an elderly man in a mobile vehicle just opposite the stalls...
You can only "packet" his Chee Cheong Fun...
He serves big mushrooms, wolfberries and chicken...
As for drinks, I ordered Red Bean... 
Bubur Cha Cha
And not to be missed is the Fruits Desserts...
Most of the ice stalls sell this variety and the presentation is very much better than this...
The above food are only a small section in Tong Sui Kai..
I am yearning for a bowl of laksa now.. LOL... 
 So... how about you?
Will you try all of the above?



22 comments:

  1. I'd stick to the yong tofu soup and the fried wanton. Red bean without santan kah? Haven't had that for a long long time - I think my mum used to cook it that way when I was small.

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  2. Hands Up. Sure I want to try all the above. Love the colourful bubur cha cha. Rainy day over here and definitely a bowl of laksa is most welcoming.

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  3. I've missed this on my last trip to Ipoh, next time perhaps :)

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  4. I want to try the rojak and buburchacha! Yummy!

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  5. The fruit dessert caught my eyes. Makes me drooling. Full of colour too.

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  6. Claire, I would LOVE to try the Laksa with you, that looks like something I would LOVE!

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  7. The Chee Cheong Fun seems REALLY special, gosh, i miss this place during my last trip to Ipoh, must find you to be tour guide next time muahahahaha :p

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  8. I am keen with the YTF and red bean soup. Maybe the laksa also.

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  9. stp: yeah, purposely dont want santan...


    irene: yes, suitable on rainy days.. hot laksa!!

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  10. angel bear: all of THE ABOVE? :)


    choiyen: yes, always the next time round..

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  11. rose: alright.. come! hahaha...


    budak: yeah..wonderful and colourful! hahaha..

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  12. ginny: you must make a trip here next time..


    ken: alright.. just let me know in advance.. hahaha..

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  13. yeeling: hope you like my taste! :)

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  14. FUYOH!! so nice lor your "burning coconut" at the Tong Sui Gai.. I want them ALL!! but you said this is just a little part of the food available there, like that need to "burn coconut" for one week baru can finish trying?? :D

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  15. sk, that means either you stay longer or make more trips to Ipoh! :p

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  16. I love bubur cha-cha and the rojak.

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  17. Yes, I will try all the above food but during the morning and afternoon and not after 8pm. After 8pm can only drink plain water if hungry, hehehe.

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  18. wenn: come, lets go one evening!!


    mun: wow.. you so disciplined one!! I can only admire!! :)


    kathy: OK! hope WK too!

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