Monday, October 7, 2013

Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun In Yei Lock, Kampar Road, Ipoh

It has been a long while since I last went to Yei Lock coffeeshop along Kampar Road for food... If not mistaken, it has been years!  Not because the food there is nothing to shout about, in fact, it is the other way round... there are a few stalls there that are worth going back for...  The only reason I "overlooked" this stall was that it was quite a distance away from my house... but now that it has come back to my mind, I will go more often to savor the food! 

First of all, I would like to go back for their Chee Cheong Fun cos they are different from the ones I normally take... I asked the "lau pan liang" (lady boss) what type of sauce I should take with these Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun and she answered that they are best taken without any sauce but just green chillies and fried onions such as below....
Teluk Intan CCF best taken like this....
I also tried this style... CCF with dried prawns...
and I like the toppings filled to the brim!
Well, that is not all... 
Chee Cheong Fun can be accompanied with a plate of roasted pork!
The meal will be very much complete!!


 Restoran Yei Lock Ipoh
173-174, Jalan Kampar
(Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun)

30250 Ipoh.

20 comments:

  1. Never had this type of CCF before, would certainly love to try some!

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  2. Ken, Penang CCF is different.. yes, you must come and try this.. :)

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  3. CCF looks usual, dried. The fried crispy onions caught my attention. Love it. Got kruik kruik sounds. Roasted pork, give it a pass.

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  4. irene: the actual way to eat ccf is the dried type like this..then only you can taste the originality texture of the ccf... :)

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  5. I do not know what CCF is, but it looks very good, very versatile!

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  6. Yummmmmmmm!!!!! Ooooo...roast pork!!! I like!!!

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  7. oh, i've seen these type of teluk intan CCF here also, looks tempting but what a shame i have not tried them before yet, haha!! ah, i also like CCF with just simple soy sauce, then lots of sesame and fried shallots (not those bought from supermarket from ready packs), so nice~~ :)

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  8. weekendwindup: yes, indeed it is..


    ginny: it looks strange to you, no doubt.. hahaha..

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  9. stp: nice and crispy on the skin.. hahaha..


    sk: yes, i heard that those bought in supermarket are not good for us.. but this lady always peeling onions in the shop so i guess she must have fried them herself..

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  10. I didn't know CCF has to be taken with roasted pork? Hahah! But I am drooling over your roasted pork. ;)

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  11. Rose.. just my own style of eating.. hahahaa...

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  12. kathy: marli ... marli!!

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  13. Next time I go back TI i must go try this one. Usually I makan the Liew Kei wan onli. :D

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  14. I like eating ccf with only green chilli without any sauce. Yum! yum! Simple food but tasty. So do you prefer to eat the Teluk Intan ccf than the normal ones?

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  15. Yummy! Feel like eating chee cheong fun now!

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  16. I always see the nice pic of Teluk Intan CCF but never had the chance to really try one from the original place. 'Lau hau sui' seeing ur photo.

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  17. cleff: yes, you must try the original!


    mun: actually i eat from certain stalls only when it comes to CCF.. not every stall is nice as the other..

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  18. foong: Hope you can show me the best CCF in Klang.. hahaha...


    ling: You can afford to eat more! Must travel for food!! hahahaa...

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