They have been visited by 8TV programme "Ho Chiak" and gave a thumbs up, I definitely agree with them. So next stop in Ipoh for dessert would be Sin Hong Kee!!!
I was very surprised when my cousin sister, Jenny brought me to this place, Nasi Lemak Ayam Kampung along the corner of Jalan Yam Kalsom in Ipoh. We were there because I was hungry and was thinking of having supper. So Jenny recommended me a good nasi lemak which was her favourite supper. So we went.
You can select any fish and shellfish and can be cooked in many ways such as grilled, steam., three flavours, sweet & sour and tom yam.
Another specialty of the place is their steam coconut rice "kukus nasi lemak", it is really a gem, lovely, full of fragrance, tender rice and taste so delicious. It is a must order if you visit this place. Rice a placed into smallcups and coconut milk are place into it instead of water, then this steam process starts, lovely.
Yet another deliciously done is their deep fried countryside chicken "ayam kampung". The chicken marinate was good, full of flavour and as usual "ayam kampung" meat taste really good.
A delicious set of nasi lemak comes with hot gravy, cuttlefish "sotong", hard boiled egg, a large piece of "kampung chicken" and coconut milk rice. Althought it is a bit heavy for supper but it is a real gem, we love it! Marvellous!
I truly love this noodle as it had been around for so many years and still going strong, thats shows how deliciously they are. It had been part of my growing up, mum like them too.
How can claypot do without rice?
Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.
Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.
I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.
Oh lovely "Kai Keok" chicken feet braised with star anise "pak kok" and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for "kai keok" lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.
Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read.......
So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo..... look at those plates marching in line.
Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.
Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.
Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum's kitchen.
Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn't it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh's riches, Ipoh Food.