Everytime I go back Ipoh, I will at least go to Tuck Kee once. Reason being is because I love the “yuet gong hor” too much. Too much that I have to find replacement in Klang Valley.
FYI, Tuck Kee located at the same row with Lou Wong Taugeh Chicken Restaurant.
tuck kee @ Ipoh
The is a reason behind why its famous noodle is called “yuet gong hor”. Take a look at the picture below. Fried Keow Teow and serve with raw egg on top on it before being served to the customers. So it makes the koay teow soooo smooth that you don’t even have to chew or bite it.
yuet gong hor (moon fried koay teow)
Another fav dish is the “bak chiok”, squids cooked with just plain soya sauce and oil. Sounds easy huh? but I like the original taste of this seafood! I remember going there with some frens of mine… One of my fren ordered 2 plates of these! Abit costy, selling around RM8 for the smallest portion.
Restoran Tuck Kee
65, Jalan Yau Tet Shin
30300 New Town,