Thursday, August 11, 2022

Ipoh Food Attraction In Buntong

ONE OF THE NOT-TO-BE-MISSED EATING SPOTS is in Buntong and for those who loves steamed chicken and beansprouts, this is IT!

For myself being a local, I have not been here for a long time, few years perhaps.... and only recently last week or so, I came by two times with two different group of friends.  The second time, I asked them what type of chicken they used, and it was Woo Soe Kai aka Bearded Chicken... that is what I love to have.  The poached chicken tasted much better than the normal ones.

This shop/house is along the main road in Buntong, further down the slope after the market.  Opens at 5pm in the evening and it is good to go early especially during weekends.  We were there around 5.20pm and by the time we left, the place was almost full.  

Hard at work....
Their hands are fast... LOL... 
We ordered half chicken RM37
This is Large size.... RM14
Ipoh beansprouts... short and fat....

10 fish balls and three bowls of noodles to share...
Total cost around RM75 with drinks for the six of us....
We shared our noodles because we wanted to have
our second dinner!!


  1. I wonder what a bearded chicken is. Does it have a beard? The spread sure looks good but I prefer the sauce to be served separately from the chopped chicken. Not fond of the meat swimming in the sauce like that so I would always tell the seller not to serve it like that.

  2. I love steamed chicken! There is one restaurant near my office that claims to be Ipoh Famous and they sell steamed chicken (bearded and regular chicken) and beansprouts from Ipoh. I haven't been there for quite some time and maybe should visit to tapau the chicken!


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