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Tuck Kee In Theatre Street, Ipoh

Mention Tuck Kee and many will know that it is famous for its fried noodles and some side dishes... The original shop is along the same row as Loe Wong, selling chicken and koay teow soup... I do not like to go to that street nowadays already, especially during the weekends. The whole road will be swarmed with cars and most of them just double parked and at times, one need to be very patient along the road. I am not, unfortunately so I rather not go there...too crowded and commercialized already.

But all is not lost, I can still taste their noodles now at another shop nearby... at least this one is not so crowded... maybe due to the reason that not many know about it (yet)... It bears the same name Tuck Kee in English, not so sure whether it belongs to the same owner or not as mentioned earlier. Same owner or not, I don't really mind as long as the food tastes GOOD!

"Menu" pinned on the wall...
It was around 7pm when we came by... 
There were still some empty tables... thank goodness....
There were 4 of us and we ordered the below....
 
Fat Noodles... (Tai Lok Mi)
Mixed noodles....
Short noodles... (Loe Shu Fun)
Flat noodles with egg gravey (Wat Tan Hor)
Very tasty!!
Love this very much... 
We ordered 5 "Water Dumplings" (Sui Kau)
Steamed octopus...
Just nicely cooked.. not tough...
I conveniently forgot about my cholesterol here...
It blends well with this chillie sauce...
For the above dishes plus drinks, the total cost is RM36
The noodles are tasty.. because of the "lard"
I think I would like to go again...
(but not before I do my cholesterol test!)
LOL...

Teoh Kok Sang
26-4, Theatre Street,
30300 Ipoh
016-5511502


Comments

  1. Arghhh.... i can go crazy over octopus, i know its unhealthy but i just couldn't resist the temptation.... T.T The Tai Lok Mee looks equally good either, we hardly get some decent Tai Lok Mee here in Penang

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  2. All looks good and best part is cheap. Opppss!!!..that plate of octopus sure makes your cholesterol shoot up but taken once in a blue moon should be ok. Bon appetit.

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  3. ken: with lard, anything also nice liow.. hahaha...


    irene: sigh.. now i worry.. (after eating!)

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  4. I have been there a few times and yes, the noodles are yummy!

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  5. I think eat octopus once in a while should be ok. But some people do not believe in this cholesterol thing - I am referring to the book the cholesterol myth.

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  6. Long long never go There! I miss the Noodles!

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  7. The mixed noodles and the egg gravy would have been my favorite today, they look yummy! Good that you found a place that had the same kind of good food and was not too busy.

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  8. Mmmm...everything looks delicious. Love the look of the chilli sauce. Claire, wish you were here cos Cheah and her family were here! The next time Aaron comes this way, do tag along :D I'll remember to take you along for badminton!

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  9. wenn: at least not so crowded there..


    mun: it is considered in the squid family, right? :)

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  10. chris: next time take more leave la..


    ginny: yes, don't have to wait long for the food here..

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  11. mary: you must be very busy then! Yes, if Aaron goes, I go together!! :)

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  12. All the noodles look awesome! Black and sweet and full of goodness! I love noodles like this! :D

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  13. We so far away, if not we can meetup for meal, hehe...

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  14. HB: wanna try? :)


    sharon: yeah.. we love to eat, right?

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  15. Love the chili sauce. Bet that would make anything taste nice.

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  16. Claire, I love the crunchy and springy sotong.

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  17. i have heard a lot about this Tuck Kee from my friend!! but i still have not had the chance to go there to try the food.. and yeah, the Wat Dan Hor looks really good woh, and i also love those octopus.. somemore recommended by our Ipoh Food Mayor, haha!! must try if i go to Ipoh next time!!

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  18. I heard I wanna go...hungry...lunch time gng ciok petai..me rambling jor

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  19. stp: and the sambal to go with the noodles too!


    ling: must come Ipoh and try!

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  20. sk: hahaha... apa mayor! I also first time going there..


    kathy: sinful food.. so much lard!

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  21. I have been seeing so many blog posts about food but i think I really like your taste more than others! Why don't you open a small cafe???

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  22. Wow, all types of noodles! Guess I'll love this restaurant!
    Shall bookmark it, and pay a visit there if I got the chance ;)

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  23. And go around searching for nice foods, hehe...

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  24. TM: hey, I know how to eat only.. open cafe, sure go bankrupt! hahahaa...


    hayley: hope they taste good for you too!


    sharon: yes.. all nice food..

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