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IPOH KAI SI HOR FUN @ RESTORAN IPOH KONG HENG
Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia - 24th November, 2012
So I can only humbly go and savor it at one of two restaurants that I like in Ipoh - this one is at Kong Heng Restaurant in Old Town.
So for the uninitiated: What is Ipoh Hor Fun?
It is Chinese flat rice noodles soup, with prawns & strips of chicken and garnished with ku chai (Chinese Chives). The soup is made from the chicken and prawn stock. A small plate of chili padi is provided for the extra zing!
Good, good... The soup has that chicken flavor with a tinge of prawn aroma; just slightly spicy with that little chili oil on top. The hor fun noodles were soft and smooth.
But I must tweak the Ipohreans here. I think Penang Hokkein Prawn Mee taste much, much better - let them proof me wrong!
Price is RM4-00 for a small bowl, and RM5-00 for a big one.
There is another Ipoh Hor Fun stall at the Thean Chun Coffee Shop next door, I normally eat here - but the place was packed for that day.
Thean Chun's hor fun is reputed to be the better of the two.
But I still think Penang Hokkein Mee beats both of them anytime *Tweak! Tweak!"
KONG HENG RESTAURANT
Jalan Bandar Timah,
GPS : 4.595830, 101.077678
+4° 35' 44.99", +101° 4' 39.64"
|Kong Heng Restaurant Location Map (Google Map Link)|
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