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Choy Kee Restaurant In ipoh Garden, Ipoh

Our main intention to come by here is for called Ikan Haruan aka Snakehead... heard that the chef in Choy Kee, Ipoh Garden can whoop up two different dishes with one fish. Unfortunately, we were told that there was a shortage of fish on that day and we ended up taking these instead.  Anyway, they were not too bad and we would love to come by here again to try their other dishes as well.  For this time, we ordered ...
Salted minced meat ... goes well with the rice...
Steamed Talapia with lots of sauce.... not very spicy...
Four Big Heaven Kings...meaning Four Types Of Beans...
Only three dishes for the three of us, they were more than enough... 
This is what I called Abundant Food to be enjoyed...
The bill came to RM52... 
For me, it is justified... 


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  1. Hmmm... quite "standard" for the dishes, i would love to see how the chef prepares for the snakehead fish

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    1. Hope one day I will be able to taste that too!

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  2. I like talapia fish provided there is no fishy smell. Like it steamed, deep fried or sweet & sour. Price quite reasonable.

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  3. The sauce for the fish looks a lot and yummy! Must be good with rice!

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  4. Ahhhhhhh!!!! Tilapia!!! Just got one big one from Annie Kiu's mum. Now I know how I will cook it. Slurpsssss!!!!! :D

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  5. oh, snakehead fish?? is it what we used to called as "dor man yu" here?? so you missed that and surely makes you wanna go back to the same place and try right?? haha, two dishes from the same fish, interesting!! but the other dishes you ordered also nice mah, ngam my taste leh, except that i will pick those lady's fingers and petai out and leave them aside lah, haha..

    the salted minced meat is something new and special to me woh.. normal steam minced meat, then they deep fried until crunchy??

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    1. It was a bit crunchy and satish bec of the salted fish but it goes well with rice....

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    2. fuyoh!! macam ni i LIKE a lot!!!

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  6. The salted meat with rice would be my favorite!

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  7. Wah, kiu soong again ahh? Nice.. Oohh, this time got gravy ya, for the rice, kekeke.. The gravy from the fish is very "choong mei" (heavy taste) already.. Can eat a lot of rice with that alone.. I guess the gravy is "zha cheong" (tauchu)..

    By the way, Betsy replied my email and asked me to provide pictures to get approval from the management. Thanks for sharing again ya!

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  8. Wah ..so many meals and only rm52. Next time bring me la.

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  9. Yum yum. I would like that salted minced meat.

    RM52 only? So cheap.

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  10. So like one person has a dish to finish, hehe!!!

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  11. Around RM17++ per person ok lah, not too expensive, not too cheap.

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  12. The servings are big and the bill was definitely cheap! I love what you ate and could eat 2 plates of rice!

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