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Xing Yun Chicken Tauge At Ipoh Garden East

JOIN IN THE CROWD...

Lazy to cook so we joined in the crowd in Ipoh where food is concerned.  As locals, we are at the advantage, we know where to look for places which are not so commercialized and frightening crowded.  Avoid going to the town and the top 10 places to go for food in Ipoh.  LOL... We go for the residential areas where there have equally good food as well, the signature of Ipoh is the Ngar Choy Kai aka Chicken Taugeh...

I came by here to Xing Yun Tauge Ayam in 2018, *I just googled my own posts a moment ago*.  When we reached the place, it was already around 8pm and the patrons were already seated on the extra tables placed on the road.  I never like to sit on the roadside, *watched too many Facebook videos online where accidents occured* ... anyway, the tables were all occupied on the road, we opted for the ones inside the shop, though a bit warmer than outside, I really do not mind.  Felt safer inside than outside on the road...

Waited for more than half an hour for our dinner such as these... 
Fish and meatballs... 
Jellyfish aka "Hoi Chit"
Ipoh beanspouts... 
Braised chicken legs for my sons... 
Half chicken steamed... 
And a bowl of Ipoh silky koay toew for each of us... 
One for the album before we dig in our food... 
Overall cost RM80!
Well, cannot complain... 
After all, it is Chinese New Year!


Comments

  1. Yes, CNY the prices are up because people forgo their holidays and celebrations to work and earn more $$$ so that we can eat and not cook. Thanks to you and your blog, we also know the residential areas where there have equally good food as well. I also feel safer sitting inside shops to eat rather than sit by the roadside.

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  2. I hear that Ipoh beansprouts are the best! This chicken rice meal is what I would really enjoy.

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  3. The steamed chicken looks shiny, smooth and tasty

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  4. Such beautiful big smiles! Eating outside may be fun to see all the sights, but not beside a busy street!

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  5. Aha! Haven't seen you blogging about this Ipoh signature dish for a while. No wonder! The prince is home - must go for it, like how people here will go for kampua mee once they get home for Chinese New Year. Ummmm...that one your daughter-in-law? Came home cho nian with Andy,eh? Wowwwww!!! Family starting to grow now. :D

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  6. The jelly fish looks really exotic to me. Perhaps I need to try this one day.

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