|Downtown Ipoh Food Street | Bean Sprout Chicken Rice Restaurants - Confectionery - Night Market|
|Saturday, 24 December 2011 00:00|
Lou Leong that features bright yellow facade started their business a few months ago. lt is an air-conditioned restaurant with see-through glass walls. When we were hunting for bean sprout chicken rice on a Sunday evening, a glance at Lou Leong was inviting. They had plentiful unoccupied tables, cozy in addition to the contemporary interior. I must try Lou Leong one day!
While the sight was a total opposite at Lou Wong, with many spies at work (to self-reserve table), standing beside the occupied tables, rubbing shoulders with Lou Wong's waiter staff and diners.
A quick gaze at Oon Kee Bean Sprouts Restaurant was similarly. According to our host, Oon Kee serves the chicken from the wild variety, or what the locals refer to as 'kampung chicken', hence the meat is slightly tougher (less tender) compares to Lou Wong that takes pride of the commercially bred chicken. Oon Kee offers two choices of dining atmosphere namely air-conditioned place (next door of Lou Wong) and open air kopitiam-style (right across the t-junction, mirrored of Lou Wong).
On top of a good tummy treat, this colorful food street never let you leave empty-handed without treating your loved ones back home. Food goodies shopping is a favorite activity after tuck in. The bright pinky facade of Wan Li Xiang offers salted chicken and duck, made available for take away at this bustling juncture. Native biscuits (e.g. Heong Peng and Chicken biscuit), instant packed white coffee and plenty of tit-bits or finger food variety are for grab around every corner. Look out for the brightly lit up confectioneries as they welcome food-goodies hunters in the evening.
Arriving on weekend is a bonus, the night market or 'pasar makan' operators offer bargaining deals on the same stretch, boosting merriment to the young night!
If you ever get to visit Ipoh in the evening, this happening food oasis is worth a peek!
|Last Updated on Thursday, 08 December 2011 01:17|
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