Thursday, July 23, 2015

Kam Hor Steamed Chicken, Ipoh Garden, Ipoh

WHEN I WAS STILL IN US, I was thinking of Ipoh curry noodles... now that I am back, the first thing I wanted to eat is Chicken Koay Teow aka *kai see hor fun* 

 After waking up at 4am and published my previous post, it was almost 6am... I was still very wide awake by then and one thing came to my mind.... Jogging!  Okay, not jog.. walk will do... Quickly I woke up my girl and together we went to Polo Ground....  It had been so long since I last had a good brisk walk and I really sweated...

An hour later, we landed ourselves in Boon Bak Garden for the famous "Kai Si Hor Fun!"  
Waited twenty minutes to fulfill my satisfaction... 
The soup is just enough to cover the noodles and I didn't waste them at all....
This bowl lasted me till dinner...... 
*I think I am still a small eater... seriously*
For dinner, my friends came and fetched us to Kam Hor in Ipoh Garden...
Oh oh... Kai Si Hor Fun again?
Yes!!
Ipoh Beansprouts... ever crunchy!
Their Sai Toe Fish balls....
Nicely arranged Steamed Chicken with green leaves... 
Servings for three... 
And my bowl of Ipoh Koay Teow....
Still as smooth and fine...
I like their generosity of the greens in the soup....
The half hour wait in Kam Hor is really worth it.... 
For four people plus drinks, the bill came to RM43....
Ipoh... Ipoh... I am Back!!

 


22 comments:

  1. ipoh ipoh ah claire is back, and we r coming.... for her to bring us cari makan... can ah?

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  2. Buka puasa dah!!! Bet you miss all the food so so so much while you were there.

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  3. Miss Ipoh food huh? Well, more eating then. Must go exercise every morning lah, like that :)

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    1. Went line dancing just now..counted or not .. hehehe..

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  4. Someone missed hometown food. Good good.

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    1. Sure miss one... but now also missing the fruits over there..

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  5. is this the first Ipoh Food post I am reading since you were back from your 2 month US vacation?? haha.. still jetlag now?? and two meals of ipoh hor fun in a day!! I thought you would be missing the crabs and lobsters!! hehe~~

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    1. Oh not crabs and lobsters again... too much cholesterol.. hahaha... forgot about word when eating...

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  6. Claire, welcome home. When are you coming for the Jelapang rojak and tofu?

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  7. wow.... not just you .. I also miss the food. Maybe I should come back soon and we can jog together.

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  8. I love your kai si hor fun and sai toe fish balls.. I can eat 2 bowls of hor fun.. Look at the soup, so rich and flavourful.. Red red one, with prawn oil.. Yummzzz..

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    1. Yes, that is the beauty of it... worth going all the way there to eat...

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  9. I like the hor fun as saw my favourite prawns!!! keke...

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  10. I see your photos in the previous post, you didn't "expand" like I do every time I go to the US. I think US did not turn you into a big eater lah...

    Ipoh hor fun really rocks. Can't find anything that comes close in Penang yet...

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    1. Penang is famous for hokkien noodles.. keep it that way.. each state has their own specialty!

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  11. Seems like you really like Kai Si Hor Fun, even two in a day, but still two different taste, one is spicy and one just soup.

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  12. The old couple will retired after February 2016.

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