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Monday, July 11, 2022

Ipoh Tuck Kee Restaurant 德记炒粉专门店

One of the local's gem in Ipoh and also a tourist Must visit! The never-ending queue is a good benchmark for Ipoh Tuck Kee's standard of food. 

Ipoh Tuck Kee Restaurant 德记炒粉专门店

Ipoh Tuck Kee is mainly famous for its fried noodles and not forgetting the tasty appetizers too.


The popular appetizers like braised chicken feet, baby octopus in soy sauce and new items on the menu like fried chicken wings and fried spring rolls.


To facilitate the order and the busy hours, Ipoh Tuck Kee had provided a ordering template for customers to fill up.

Ordering Slip

Ipoh Tuck Kee is already in the Third Generation Business where it was all started by their grandfather. With  more than fifty years of experience, they are reputable in Ipoh not only to the locals but also the foreigners.

Ipoh Tuck Kee Introduction

We were contemplating between the outdoor seating or the internal and we ended up with the internal seats as the sky was getting dark with signs of shower. Interior was like any typical coffeeshop in Malaysia with the old school ceiling board, with the traditional ceiling fans.  

Internal Dining Area

No doubt the place is full house, the turn over rate was quite fast with the efficiency of Tuck Kee's team.

Tuck Kee

Peeping into the busy kitchen, I noticed the constant plates after plates of fried noodles coming out from the kitchen. While just at the counter outside the kitchen, the staff was busying doing appetizers order like blanched beansprouts and baby octopus in soy sauce.

A peep into the kitchen

One of the default drinks from the coffeeshops in Malaysia will be the Herbal Tea. 

Herbal Tea 凉茶 - RM 2

The wings were doled out hot from the kitchen, scalding hot. These wings were well marinated and absolutely tasty in its crispy skin.

Fried Chicken Wings 南乳炸鸡翅 - RM 3.30 / Pcs

The Fried Spring Roll has a minimum order of 2. The thin crispy beancurd skin layer was deep fried to brown in color. 

Fried Spring Roll 炸春卷 - RM 2.50 / Pcs

The fillings of the spring rolls resemble of what we had back home from Ngoh Hiang, minced meat, carrot and fungus.

Fillings of Spring Roll

This is the dish that cannot be missed if you are visiting Ipoh Tuck Kee Restaurant. The Yu Kong Hor was highly raved for. With a base of Hor Fun, this dish was finished off by having a raw egg topping the entire dish.  

Yu Kong Hor 月光河 - RM 8.50

The Hor Fun had a good distinctive Wok-Hei to the bland Hor Fun. It was stir fried with dark soya sauce with smoky aroma. The use of pork lard had also elevated its taste and other ingredients like pork slices, prawns and vegetables. 

Hor Fun in a bowl

A similar style to what we have from the Yu Kong Hor but with the texture of the Low Shu Fen. The aromatic pork lard and the similar ingredients were used too. Both plates of noodles tasted as good.

Fried Low Shu Fen 炒老鼠粉 - RM 7.50

Although the portion is small, the quantity is quite a long considering a plate.  

Close Shot Of Low Shu Fen

Though long queue, the turnover was fast and I have no complaints about their service for they are friendly and food was quick to be served.

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Ipoh Tuck Kee Restaurant 德记炒粉专门店
61 Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Taman Jubilee, 30300 Ipoh Perak, Malaysia

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