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Eating Comfortably At Huat's Chicken, Ipoh

UPON REACHING IPOH, our tummies were already growling for food...  It was almost 2pm, supposedly to reach around Ipoh around 1pm but unfortunately, traffic was crawling after the Tapah highway.  It is a bit difficult to find food in Ipoh after 2pm, I really did not have any idea where to eat until my niece suggested eating at Ah Huat's Chicken.  Huh?  Ah Huat?  How come I never heard of this shop, it is near Tesco Ipoh Garden and yet I never heard of it?  How can....

After some pointing of directions left and right by my co-drivers, I finally arrived at the door step of Ah Huat.... Eating steamed chicken and Ipoh Koay Teow in an air conditioned shop is a very welcoming sight especially now the hot weather has arrived in Ipoh!

Sorry, not Ah Huat but just Huat only... Huat Chicken Shop!
Half a chicken for the four of us... RM22
Small portion I was told but enough for me... I do not have to "share" then... LOL... 
Ipoh lunch displayed... 
Taste wise, not bad... 
Total "expenditure" came to around RM42 for 4 persons... 
The bonus for this meal is the Air Conditioned Room... 
Yes, I wouldn't mind going again... next time!



Comments

  1. Looks good. No connection with Ah Huat coffee I guess, since there is no Ahhhhh!!!! :D

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  2. A welcoming place indeed! I would not mind chicken rice at all!!

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  3. At first when you mention Ah Huat, makes me think of Ah Huat coffee, haha...

    The chicken looks good...

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  4. Wah...chicken rice...one of my favorites especially with the taugeh!

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  5. I have been there once and the bonus is the air con.

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  6. Ah, air con - a good relief in hot weather.

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  7. All the food looks very tasty! Why is it hard to find food after two? Here, people usually eat dinner between 6 P.M. and 8 P.M.

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    1. Over here, after lunch time, it is difficult to look for the food I like.. :)

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  8. Oh mine, look at the chicken, slurps, I prefer rice though

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  9. I have often wondered why Ipoh has the best taugeh Chicken with koay teow in this whole world. Must be the delicious water supply in Perak.

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