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Ipoh Famous Chicken Rice In Town


It has been some time since I have chicken rice and when my friend suggested that we go to Pak Kong in Theatre Strret, I did not have to hesitate.  Parking might be a problem around that vicinity but I managed to get one because I suddenly remember a way to get an easy access to the shop.  

Upon reaching Pak Kong shop, there was already a long queue...mostly backpackaging the aromatic chicken rice back to their homes.  The lady boss has a very pleasant and friendly face no matter how crowded the shop is, she still has a smile on her face when she is taking orders.... Really admire her for that...

                In a very short while, our orders came...
                 Black and white..... Roasted and steamed chicken.....
                             Acar-acar.....
                           And my favourite chap choy!!
                           Total cost RM48 for five people....

Comments

  1. Pak Kong is usually crowded during lunch hour. Somehow, customers keep going back, including me! All the above dishes are yummy.

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  2. oh yes yes!! i have been there.. the Bak Gong Gai Fun!! haha.. when i first heard this from my friend, i thought it's "white cock rice" and my naughty friend still wanna play a fool and say "yes, yes, cock is nicer than hen!!".. only to find out, it's actually "White Castle Chicken Rice".. duh~~

    went there and it was packed with people, very nice but that day blackout, so we were eating all sweat inside~~ :D

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    1. Oh dear.. what a coincidence! Never mind.. sauna is good for health.. hahaa..

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  3. Where's the nga choy? Ipoh Chicken Rice not come with nga choy one meh?

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    1. We locals are used to eating nga choy... so no order that simple dish and pay more...

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  4. The price is super attractive! No need the chicken meat, the acar and the chap choy will make many bowls of rice disappear! :D

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  5. I love chicken & rice, and I am sure it is a specialty there, and much better than over here.

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  6. Bet the rice is oily, very fragrant and very tasty. We do not get that here. The only one we had changed hands...and it is not good anymore. Tsk! Tsk!

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    1. I don't like oily rice.. if it is oily, I rather order plain rice...

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  7. Mention Ipoh only chicken rice comes to mind liao.. I love oily nasi minyak and can eat only the rice without chicken timmm..But my favourite in this post has gotta be that choy keok, sluurrpppp..

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  8. well the lady boss is sure happy coz business is good when it is busy! haha!
    I like chicken rice & acar!

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    1. Yes, but some can be pretty arrogant when biz is super good...

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  9. All looks so good. Where is the famous taugeh, hihihi? Chap choy is a very appetising dish and can make you eat alot. Love it too.

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    1. hahaha..taugeh can be missed out... not worth ordering if there are other dishes as options..

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  10. Kill me lah.......LOL


    That acar looks like to die for leh....

    Plus that asam choy....wei...u pakat with Ivy ah.....That day she posted asam choy...today you posted LOL

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  11. I love chicken rice too. I will have a post on chicken rice tomorrow. ^^

    Not so into acar. But remind me of keropok when see that acar

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    1. Good, tomorrow I go look when I have time.. really nowadays I am so busy.. that time passes by so fast!

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    2. Clearing stuff and delegate as retirement is nearing?? ^^ after that you have all the times in the world.

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  12. Would loves to try the chicken rice in Ipoh to see what's the difference between the chicken rice in Ipoh & Singapore...

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  13. I love chicken rice! So nice got side dish of acar and chap choy.

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    1. Those two dishes can blend well with steamed chicken.. :)

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