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Steamed Chicken In Perak Stadium Food Court

I do not know about other states but in Ipoh, there are many food stalls at the Perak Stadium, in fact one whole stretch consisting of different types of food. Some are opened during the day and some at night. If you stay near to the stadium, you will never go hungry unless there are football matches going on at the stadium, then the stalls will be closed during the evening.

 Once awhile I will take my family there for our dinner. One of the most frequent stalls is Yoon Kee Chicken Koay Teow Stall.  This is manned by an elderly man around 60s and I guess it must be one of the oldest stall around that area.  He sells quite a lot of varieties such as chicken koay teow soup, curry, chicken rice, steamed chicken, fresh bean sprouts, paku pakis salad (cold dish) and those who love chicken organs, this is the place!

But my normal dinner will consist of these simply variety only....
Chicken Koay Teow Soup
Steamed Chicken (cooked to the right texture)
My favourite Paku Pakis (fern leaves) as Cold Appetizer...
One more dish is missing...
The Bean Sprouts didn't come yet but we have already started on our meal....
Yummmsss!!



Comments

  1. Oh i love ipoh's taugeh, sweet, very juicy and crunchy. I'd prefer salted chicken though, memang best la that one

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  2. PAku Pakis!! always being my favourite :)

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  3. OMG... i love these... can take a few of helpings of rice with the paku pakis dish!

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  4. Odd combination. Normally, I will not pair steamed chicken with paku. Fried bean sprouts ok lah....

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  5. Like the crunchy taugeh. Chicken meat looks juicy. Yummzzzz!!!

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  6. ken: Yes, salted or steamed, they are nice.. :P


    nor: i like them too!

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  7. cleff: esp with sambal, right?? :)


    stp: this stall is special.. only one in Ipoh.. :)

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  8. irene: yes, at least no red blood seen! :)

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  9. always lots of good food to eat in Ipoh, day and night huh?? when you say many stalls at the Perak Stadium, i would imagine they are inside the stadium, stalls on the track and seats all placed on the field?? wow!!

    nice koay teow soup, chicken and veggie!! comfort food for you i guess..

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  10. Well I think hor fun is very famous in Ipoh, hehe~

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  11. sk: come and see and you will know.. :)


    hayley: yes, among others.. :)

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  12. Bring me there ya, i want to see this place and makan there, hehe...

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  13. The Chicken Koay Teow Soup looks nice. But a bit oily maybe? :p

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  14. Sharon: when..when??? :)


    tekkaus: yes.. cold appetizer.. oily? I thought not enough of that.. :)

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  15. I like steamed chicken. I no sure of the stadium stalls here but am sure mostly Malay stalls than Chinese.

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  16. rose: yes, two separate.. one is halal and one non halal which is towards the swimming pool..

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  17. Yumm..i want the smooth and tender pak cham kai!!

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  18. I love steamed chicken! I won't eat roasted chicken usually unless it's the only thing being served. I always prefer pak cham kai! :D

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  19. Paku dish is one of my favourite dish. Not many places serve this dish.

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