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Hung Ting Restaurant In Desa Rishah, Ipoh

HUNG TING RESTAURANT WAS FORMERLY IN FIRST GARDEN, that was where I ate there for the first time... but now it has shifted to Farlim near the KFC leading to the Lumut highway.  My friend, Nancy and her husband took me there one day, so nice of them to buy me dinner!  They are very familiar to the lady boss and she recommended the below dishes for the three of us for a very reasonable price...

This is a special claypot dish...
Sliced Fish and black fungus cooked cooked with chinese wine...
*salivating while writing this!*
I like their special beancurd too... 
This dish itself is very appetizing....
Sambal Kangkung with dried prawns....
And a special claypot knuckle dish!
Four dishes for the Three of us....
And the total cost is RM50....
I would love to go there once again, for sure!
Oh yes!  Do go earlier to beat the crowd...
I think we reached there before 5.40pm and our food came out in no time...
This is the shop and the address is...
121, Lengkok Desa Rishah 1, 
Desa Rishah, 30100 Ipoh
Tel : 012-4178997

 Thank you to Nancy for the scrumptious dinner!


Comments

  1. Claire, you are most welcome! Looking at your post's photos make me drool too..lol! Next time we will take you to other new places we have tried out.

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  2. So early have dinner? Won't get hungry later ya?

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  3. eih, i love that beancurd!! looks so appetising and i can imagine how well it goes with rice.. i think i can eat two bowls of rice with the (minced meat on the ) beancurd leh..

    BTW the name in Chinese says Huang Ting, in Cantonese says Wong Ting.. but the name is actually Hung Ting, what dialect is that??

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  4. Oh you are back in Ipoh! Please call me out if you happen to be in Penang... we haven't met for years!

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  5. I want to eat the slice fish dish! Must be super tasty!

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  6. Knuckle? Pork knuckle? Oooooo....I'm sold! Slurpsssss!!!!

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  7. The claypot fish dish looks so good.. The soup must be very flavorful and tasty, I want !!

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  8. Bring me there also ok? wink wink, hint hint..

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  9. All looks so good. I am spoilt for choice.

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  10. All the dishes I will enjoy very much!

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  11. Aiyoh! That claypot dish was tempting. I love claypot fish. Nice meal.

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  12. finally can comment jor., Yesterday blogger sotplug

    Wah the food nice wor. I think i like the fisrt dish best

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