Restoran Tuck Kee @ Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Ipoh

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24 May – This is last 2 month’s post! Supposed to have do this earlier but… anyway, let’s get on with the food, shall we?

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A name quite familiar with Ipoh folks when mention about “fried noodle” in the middle of the night, Tuck Kee comprises of two outlets. The Sun Tuck Kee (New Tuck Kee) is just a few shops away. The guys had the Boiled Squids with garlic oil and soy sauce.

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Em… Yut Kwong Hor, literally means “Moon” Fried Kueyteow. The noodles were fried and an raw egg is then cracked onto it. But this one…. someone stir the egg as quick as a thunderbolt when it arrived…. hai…. So hungry till cannot wait.😛

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We also ordered their pork meat balls which was at the right texture and consists of smoked and minced cuttlefish.

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Fried Thick Yellow Noodle (Hokkien Mee). A disappointing dish as the alkaline smell is very strong, just like munching solid chemical particles. Eww…. Both thumbs down…

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The Wat Tan Hor (Fried Kueyteow in Egg Gravy) is not very good too (maybe the usual chef is on leave?). Tastes pretty bland and not enough wok hei (breath of the wok).

On the other hand, the Sun Tuck Kee serves better noodles but tad too oily.

Restoran Tuck Kee
Jalan Yau Tet Shin
(Same row as Lou Wong Beansprout & Chicken)
30300 New Town, Ipoh.

17 thoughts on “Restoran Tuck Kee @ Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Ipoh

  1. Jackson: I want! Where is it ahh?

    WMW: Get your cravings fix today. Tar pau for me too! ^^

    Tonixe: Before! I think it’s closed around midnight.

  2. Precious Pea: Ehh… I think it’s.. octopus. Thanks for correcting me. That proves that I’m not into seafood. *grin*
    There’s a shop selling this at Nibong Tebal, very famous la. My friends claimed that it tastes much better than this one.

  3. Sometimes there still a lots of nice foods around, but you all really dun know and only advertise one or two. Perhaps you should have a look at Medan Ipoh, night time food stalls and looks at the KL hokkien mee over there. It is as nice as KL one. Let’s try before have the comment.

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