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COWAN STREET AYAM TAUGE & KOITIAU

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Cowan Street

And proud to say, I don’t jump in the bandwagon. Okay, so I tend to possess this slightly haywire tastebud compared to the norms, but wanna know my vote for favourite ‘tauge ayam’ in Ipoh?

Cowan Street’s decades of legacy obviously. They started this whole ‘nga choy gai’ mania waaaaaayyyy back before my time, serving the much-revered chicken, bean sprouts and rice noodles medley by the roadside underneath some trees.

Marred by their notorious reputation of closing their business more often than not; in a very haphazardly manner at that, even the locals got fed up sometimes.

However, on the positive side, their flavourful rendition of poached chicken in a beautifully compelling sauce with a nutty hint, smooth ‘sar hor fun’ (the flat rice noodles you cannot find anywhere else) and crunchy bean sprouts are probably second to none. Small portion? Maybe. And slightly pricier too, but definitely worth the money forked out for.

COWAN STREET AYAM TAUGE & KOITIAU (Click for the full review)
44, Jalan Raja Ekram,
30450 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Telephone : 6012-520 3322 (Ah Meng)
Business hours : Opens for dinner only, from about 7pm onwards.
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

LOU WONG TAUGE AYAM KUETIAU

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Lou Wong Tauge Ayam Kuetiau

Hands down THE most popular place in Ipoh, and heck … probably all of Malaysia for good old ‘nga choy gai’. They have grown from strength to strength, albeit very stiff competition from Onn Kee situated beside AND diagonally opposite of them.

Yet, feedbacks have not been all rosy. Some have complained of poor quality control, and mediocre standard of service. There were times when the poached chicken arrived with unsightly and unpalatable bloody bits, especially at the flesh closest to the chicken thigh.

But still, can’t deny the lure of a late midnight feast here, dining under the stars (the real deal and the glitzy neon lights hovering from above), and slurping on smooth ‘sar hor fun’ and crunchy bean sprouts.

Oh, personally, I think Lou Wong still does the best blanched bean sprouts in Ipoh.

RESTORAN LOU WONG TAUGE AYAM KUETIAU (click for full review)
49, Jalan Yau Tet Shin,

30300 Ipoh, Perak,
Malaysia
Opens for lunch and dinner.

隐藏在霹雳江沙瑶伦新村(KUALA KANGSAR JERLUN) 里的日式深夜食堂:天下の食 (TENKA NO SHOKU)

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今天,我和欧巴来到位于霹雳江沙瑶伦新村 (Kuala Kangsar Jerlun) 里的一间我们很向往的深夜食堂,天下の食 (Tenka no Shoku)。在一个新村了竟然又这么特别的一家日式餐厅,肯定不能错过咯!

装潢都是以红色为主,若不是店名和餐单,或许会误以为是一家中式料理餐厅。听说,这里有很多慕名而来的食客,甚至有外国食客到访。而且,这里越夜越多人,名副其实的深夜食堂。

烧鳗鱼饭 (RM 22.30)
我们点了一份鳗鱼饭,所使用的鳗鱼蛮新鲜的,口感不错而且很细嫩。卖相非常的好,让人看了都垂涎欲滴。这里的烧鳗鱼饭 没有使用浓厚的酱汁,口味比较清淡,但胜在可以吃到原汁原味。
盐烧三文鱼头 (RM 14.30)
盐烧三文鱼头烧的很好,调味也不错。整个肉质厚实且鲜嫩,让人吃了有满足感。
泡菜豆腐粉丝煲 (RM 12.30)
下雨天喝上酸辣的泡菜豆腐粉丝煲,让人觉得很开胃。汤里面有泡菜,肉片,豆腐等食材,配上白饭很适合。
瑶伦豆腐 (RM 4.30)
瑶伦豆腐是这里的招牌,可以看得出店家纯朴的心态。用上滑嫩的豆腐,并且油炸至外脆内软和蘸上辣椒酱,很适合做前菜。
烧拼盘 (RM 11.30)
烧拼盘有两种串烧,一种是肉串,一种是裹韭菜。肉串吃起来带点焦香,而裹韭菜吃起来口感特别。配上微酸的酱汁,不错好吃。
烧猪扒饭 (RM 8.30)
烧鸡饭 (RM 8.30)
烧猪扒和烧鸡饭的饭都是用上日本珍珠白米饭,很正式。肉块也处理的不错嫩,配上甜菜蒲和浓郁的照烧酱,让整体更美味。
九州猪骨汤拉面 (RM 9.30)
这里的九州猪骨汤拉面的汤底较为清淡,面条也是蛮有口感。配上鸡肉,还算尚可。
店家有一间独立的厕所,可能大家会觉得厕所有什么特别的呢~
这个用木板打造的厕所内有乾坤,用上的是日本的免治马桶,到访的食客可别忘了“光顾”这间别致的厕所咯~
小记:这里的食物大致上还算不错,尤其非主食类更是处理的好。真有乡村居酒屋的感觉。
天下の食 (Sushi Village Restaurant) 
 
M-2 Gerai Pasar Awam,
Kampung Baru Jerlun,
33000 Ipoh, Perak.
GPS: 4.7322050,100.9113903
Tel: 010 – 330 3082/ 011 – 1080 9428
Tue – Sun: 5 pm – 11 pm
(Close on Monday)