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Ipoh Nga Choi Kai at Restaurant Onn Kee @ Ipoh

by Taufulou
[Repost on this blog with minor amendments and add ons as old picture was all gone]
I was on my way driving back and oh hell, forgot to ask the number of my friend, where she just came back from Melbourne and was at Ipoh. Totally forgot about that. Then dropping by at this Ipoh town where every one been talking about the Ipoh Nga Choi Kai at Restaurant Onn Kee. Came here for the 3rd time but the other stall did not open so try up this stall. No Choice. Either this or that. So it is this.

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Trying out at restaurant Ong Kee. It was around 6pm and the tables was nearly fully occupied. This shows how good the business are but of course cannot compare with Murni @ SS 2 or Steven’s Corner @ OUG / Jln Genting Klang. They are crazee. Occupied the whole street.

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 Not only that. They are quite well known for their chicken feet too.

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As some of them order chicken skin with some spare part like chicken gizzard, none of the people on my table eat it besides me. Smooth chicken skin with soy sauce just make it simple and nice to chew.

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To be in this town and eat chicken rice, their fatty juicy tauge (bean sprout) is not to be miss, and why is their tauge is thick and juicy. Well, I was being told by my friend that they grow in natural mineral water flowing from moutain. That is why the tauge here is fat, juicy and crunchy.

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One of my favourite in this stall is their pork ball and fish ball. Something nice to chew and dip onto their chicken meat sauce.

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Find that Onn Kee ‘Ngah Choi Kai’ a.k.a ‘Tauge Ayam’ taste much better than Lou Wong. Simply because of the method that they cook it differently. On my personal opinion i think that the chicken texture here is soft tender and juicy and of course what stood out is their sesame and soy sauce base make them more outstanding. This is because I had lunch on Lou Wong had dinner here. That is how I manage to taste on the difference even though I came here many times.

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This is the Koay Teow Soup’ that to be eat with the dish. It is either this or rice. Usually all the people that eat here will take Koay Teow but honestly, after you finishing the whole bowl, a little tip. Prepare a bottle of mineral water after that. You will be very thristy with their secret weapon in there. You really need it. That is why with their secret weapon the food will definitely taste nice no matter what. (This was my tip on 2009) 😀

Looking at the way how I blog last time its funny~ kekekeke

This new edit post is a blend of my 2009 writing style and 2012. Spot the difference~ I find that overall, I like Onn Kee more also just realize that I have not blog about Lou Wong before.
-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 7/10 , If compare this shop over Lou Wong-

WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
ONN KEE TAUGE AYAM (non-Halal)
51, Jalan Yau Tet Shin,
30000 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Opens for lunch and dinner (about 10-11am onwards, until about 1-2am)

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henrytan 29/10/2012 - 9:20 pm

nga choi kai is really a must eat in ipoh! thanks for intro another shop! =D

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admin 30/10/2012 - 12:34 am

eheh.. yaya

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Alien 29/10/2012 - 10:57 pm

food looks good! except for tauge! *me no like taugeh* =P

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admin 30/10/2012 - 12:33 am

y u no like tauge. .. :p

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KY 30/10/2012 - 7:53 am

is this that famous place with bapuk at the lorong? haha

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admin 31/10/2012 - 9:37 am

KY. . har? famous bapuk area? there meh?

i wanna go kaypo d. . keke

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mimid3vils 30/10/2012 - 11:27 am

I tried another nga choy gai when I was at Ipoh , both Onn Kee and Lou Wong too crowded >.<

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admin 31/10/2012 - 9:37 am

ehh.really? nice ah?

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ciki 04/06/2013 - 3:37 pm

Ooo I like this one too! 😀

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