Monday, July 27, 2009

Moved: Restoran Ching Hai .. err.. Pau Kee, Off Jalan Imbi Kuala Lumpur

Seems like I got its name wrong all this while. Ching Hai was the name of the coffeeshop while the stall is actually called Pau Kee. *shy sekali*

One of my favourite breakfast spot in the city is no more at Tengkat Tongshin. Now it's on the other side of Sungei Wang shopping complex.

Positive change: It's now open from morn till night (7.30am to 9pm)

Negative change: Prices went up. Additional RM0.20 for each serving of noodles. But I still frequent it since there's no other stall in town that serves Ipoh Ho Fun like it. So, as long as they do not skimp on the ingredients, I'm there.
They do serve a wide variety of noodles with a wide combination of ingredients but I'm only there for this:- Often with a side order of real Prawn Wantans. Drooling yet?
Prices:- RM4.20 for a bowl of Ipoh Hor Fun
RM4.00 for a bowl of 8 Real Prawn Wantans

Address with map:-
Update:- The Chicken and Charsiew Rice stall has left. So currently only noodles available.

Toilet post? Toilet post! Next post. =-)

TQ for your patience.

17 comments:

J2Kfm said...

oooh ...toilet post. holding my erm, groin? in anticipation!

RM4.20 not bad lah ...
at Thean Chun in Ipoh, also RM3.50 (I think ... been some time liao)

SimpleGirl said...

looks really like thean chun sar hor fun......

Little Inbox said...

Prawn wanton, I love it more than minced meat wanton.

Tummythoz said...

J2Kfm, hope you don't hold it too often in public..

SimpleGirl, had thean chun once. A bit too salty for my tastebud or was it its off day?

Little Inbox, then try it here. It's drools worthy.

Selba said...

Totally drooling over the prawn wantan!

Yay! toilet post.. toilet post... toilet post is coming soon!

wmw said...

Have not had the chance to go over to the new place. Will do so, once I'm back ;o)!

worldwindows said...

The prawns wanton is a rare breed. Can't find it nowadays. Looks very good. Use to eat it as kid in Ipoh!

Tummythoz said...

Selba, ok ok. Sit tight. Don't let the seat bugs bite. Comin soon.

wmw, u are the one who did the poster of blogs for them, rite?

thenomadGourmand said...

wow..definitely looks as good as the ones in Ipoh!

Vivien said...

a bit blur obout the location, but found out it is near Beryl's chocolate shop, looks really nce

Tummythoz said...

thenomadGourmand, tastes similar too.

Vivien, hmm familiar with the carpark next to a Honda showroom? This shop is right behind it, next to a small playground.

foodbin said...

with so much chives-best!

Tummythoz said...

Oh so true, worldwindows.

foodbin, no doubt that's one of the main ingredient.

Jason said...

Ah... RM4 for 8 prawns wantan :S

Tummythoz said...

Jason, even yongtaufoo nowadays is going for RM0.90 per pc...

wmw said...

Just saw your reply to me now. No wor, I didn't woh. I just found out from NomadGourmand's blog that my blog post on them is laminated and on display at their stall!

chopinandmysaucepan said...

I grew up with these noodles but sad to see they can't even charge more since locals are naturally price sensitive. I live in Australia now and
I know I should not be converting currencies but for their RM4.20 equivalent I can't even get half a bun here.

I find their quality and standard has dropped through no fault of theirs because the market dictates that they can't increase their price and price of prawns cannot stay the same forever. Therefore, their business model will eventually be phased out which is sad.

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