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Ipoh Famous Nga Choy Kai In Kg Simee

FOOD HUNT FOR DINNER ENDED up at a corner coffee shop in Kampong Simee.

The shop is called Sun Heng and together with my neighbour, the three of us went there to have Ipoh's commonly famous for... Steamed Chicken and Bean Sprouts also known as in Cantonese, Nga Choy Kai.  

This menu is a familiar sight everywhere in Ipoh, outskirts, in town.... this is so common that I seldom go for them unless it is for the first time.  

We went early as usual, only one table was occupied and I heard by 8pm, the owner would close the shop.  I think it was be most likely since I did not see much chicken there on that particular evening.  

We ordered half steamed chicken, one plate of bean sprouts, six wanton in soup and two bowls of flat noodles which were very silky and smooth, the soup has the fragrance of the chicken broth.  I certainly would come by again.... no crowds, not a tourist spot for certain!

Credit to my neighbour for the photos.... 
I noticed I photobombed one of his pictures too!
The chicken making its entrance.... RM35
Free range chicken it was....
Ipoh famous spring water bean sprouts...
I wonder whether they are still the same like those days....
I love the prawn dumplings too... RM1 for each... 
The noodles and soup which I like a lot....
Ginger to go with the chicken...
Our meal for dinner....
We shall go there once again some day!


  1. It all looks very good, and they have colorful decorations as well.

  2. Chicken rice with beansprouts, the best combo.

  3. The ginger dip looks so good. Would love to try the steam chicken breast meat.

  4. Saw in the news that the guy most famous for this chicken rice in Ipoh just passed away. Must be so very rich, I'm sure.

    1. Yeah, the famous one in town... but I don't go there for the food...


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