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Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

When you come to Ipoh 怡保, besides Ipoh White Coffee, most people will think of the Bean Sprouts Chicken Rice 芽菜鸡 (Nga Choi Gai)! Yes! There’s where the Bean Sprouts Chicken Rice 芽菜鸡 origin from? I have no idea… but I know Ipoh is famous for the chicken rice =)

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

The chickens were were prepared like this? Hygiene is one of the concern!

Lou Wong Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 老黄怡保芽菜鸡

The steam chicken 白切鸡 is not really fat but kinda hard to chew. It goes well with the Bean Sprouts (芽菜Tauge)!

Bean Sprouts (芽菜Tauge)

Bean Sprouts (芽菜Tauge) seasoned with some pepper, light soya sauce and oil, it’s really awesomesauce. It’s shorter and fatter than the normal sprouts that you could find in KL or PJ. I heard ppl say that it is due to the fresh water so that the sprouts is fat and shorter? =)

Kuey Teow

Kuey Teow

Tried their Kuey Teow instead of the rice. The Kuey Teow is nice but I think they prepared for quite sometime (for fast serving) and the Kuey Teow soak too long in the soup so that made the Kuey Teow stick together! Lol.

Sour Plum Juice 酸梅水
Sour Plum Juice 酸梅水 which is best too!

Onn Kee Bean Sprouts Ipoh Chicken Rice 安记怡保芽菜鸡

On the other hand, Onn Kee 安记 is another shop next to it that sell Bean Sprouts Chicken Rice 怡保芽菜鸡 too but the crowd is less compared to Lou Wong 老黄. Moreover, if you know or have some Ipoh friends, they do not actually fancy these Chicken Rice shop as I think it’s too commercialized Chicken Rice. Lolz.

Perhaps you should recommend some real Bean Sprouts Chicken Rice 怡保芽菜鸡 to me? Something that is more traditional rather than just like Onn Kee 安记 and Lou Wong 老黄?

In conclusion, to me it’s just the Bean Sprouts (芽菜Tauge) is different from our version of Ipoh Chicken Rice in KL / PJ, other than that you could easily get better chicken rice here! I have tried New Restaurant Ipoh Chicken Rice, located along Jalan Gasing, the Chicken Rice there is even better.

Restoran Lou Wong Tauge Ayam KueTiau (老黄芽菜鸡沙河粉)

Address:
49, Jalan Yau Tet Shin,
30000 Ipoh.

Contact : 012-5018384

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  1. Hmm… Usually we don’t eat tauge chicken with rice usually with hor fun soup.. Give a try at Fifteen tower tauge chicken or 高溫街 gou wan gaai
    If chicken rice can try Pak kong or rasa sayang at jln theatre

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    • Hi Carol,

      Are you from Ipoh? Thanks for your feedback and tips! Will surely try that out! =)

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  2. cowan street nga choi kai is the best! all locals eat there.

    but the prob is.. the owner is damn lansi. suka suka open suka suka not open. so getting to eat at his restaurant is like buying lottery.

    oh forgot to mention, it’s quite pricey too, but it’s the best

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