Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Tasty Cowan Street Ayam Tauge & Koitiao, Ipoh

REACHED IPOH AROUND 3PM and after unpacking, we were too tired to do any homecooked food in the house.  We just wanted something "light" for dinner and to beat the crowd, we went out early to this shop famous for its smooth, silky koay teow!  It has a very simple name, I just googled for "chicken koayteow in Cowan Street" and this name came out as Cowan Street Ayam Tauge & Koitiau.

In my opinion, the food here can beat the other famous shops in town.... Only setback is that this shop does not open everyday, heard that it closes on Monday and Tuesdays.  But one never know, it can close for one week or so without prior notice  so when we saw it opened, we were so happy.... Quickly we parked our car and got seated right on the first table in the shop where I could see them in action....

There were at least five foreign workers helping the owner.... 
From my table near to the entrance, the people just kept trickling in every now and then...
All came for the silky smooth koayteow and their tasty soup.....
And their crunchy beansprouts....
Our two persons' portion of steamed chicken... 
But we ordered three bowls of noodles...
One bowl each is definitely not enough to satisfy!
And the bill came to around RM27 plus drinks.... 



17 comments:

  1. See the steamed chicken makes me crave for it...

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  2. Long time, have not eaten Ipoh kind of kway teow. So nice.

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  3. so this is the legendary Cowen Street beansprout chicken hor-fun!! my Ipoh friends all said this is the best among all the shops of the same category.. tourists go to Onn Kei and Lou Wong but locals go to this Cowen Street, but this shop suka-suka only opens, hahaha!! after so many trips to Ipoh, i finally had a chance to tried this last Christmas, we had to line up in front of the shop at 5:30pm to wait for it to open at 6:30pm~~ :D

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    1. Yes, you are right... suka suka dia kerja... for me, it is much better than those the tourists go to...

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  4. The smaller and smoother type of kway teow. I like it too. A very healthy-looking meal you had.

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  5. ah..Ipoh chicken and kueytiaw...such a bliss!

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  6. Love the crunchy beansprouts. That small plate of beansprouts not enough for hubby and I.

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    1. For me its enough. I am not a true fan of beansprouts.. :)

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  7. Can see that the kway teow is very smooth and silky. No need to chew, can straight away swallow.

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    1. Something like that...even small kids can eat easily... :)

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  8. Looks so good. Wish I could eat there too!

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  9. Ipoh always have the best silky koay teow in the world!!!! The taugeh, chicken and delicious gravy soup are added bonus! This is a fact.

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  10. Wei if like this, I better come here for my Chor 5 Ipoh trip! I heard the famous one(s) not so good anymore nowadays...

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