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Telephone
010-548 6818
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 20:30
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 20:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Serves breakfast
Signature Dishes
Chee Cheong Fun Curry Mee Dry Curry Chicken Noodles Ipoh Hakka Noodles Ipoh Hor Hee Yong Tau Foo
Review (4)
One of the Hakka famous dish is their Hakka noodles. And i found that at this restaurant Ipoh sedap, they are selling Hakka noodles with various type of ingredient.I had this Noodles with miced meat that cost only RM 4.50 each. You can topped with their homemade fish ball soup by just add an extra RM1. The noodles is flat and the texture is different with the normal yellow noodles. It taste salty due to the minced meat sauce topped on the noodles. The noodle comes with the fat bean sprout from ipoh. I added extra of their special chilli sauce since i like spicy. The restaurant is air-conditioned and it is comfortable to have meals inside. continue reading
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Level1 2013-03-15
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accompany my noodle on protein I have a bowl of sweet clear soup with mix yong tau foo, fish balls and famous fried turnip. Also a cool herbal drink to wash it down. I was really enjoying myself speak no more...because I have not tasted such authentic Ipoh flavour street food in KL for the longest time. This place is one of them because they have the commitment of a Ipoh authentic master chef cooking right in front of the shop making sure the quality of the food is top notch. No wonder it is so crowded there. If you are around the area make sure you pay a visit to them. No regrets continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-13
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My first time here, the shop signboard was a simple and normal one in chinese words (食好料) means eating great food. I went to the shop with my brother and have a look at the menu. I was surprised as they were being featured on 8TV Ho Chiak Show. It was clearly printed on the menu. They recommended the dish Ipoh Hor Hee (Ipoh Hor Fun Soup). So I decided to give it a try! The soup was clear and normal. However, the more you drink you actually like it! My brother finished the whole bowl of soup. He said, a bit of red chili was added into the soup to make the soup tasted actually a bit hot but the taste was just nice and excellent! Ipoh Hor Hee - RM5.30 per bowlI like the fried thingy, is the special fried turnip roll. This is also recommended by Ho Chiak. This is nice. It tasted a bit sweet. It costs RM0.90 one. A very small size one. You might want to order two or three for a person. This is a very normal coffee shop. It is suitable for family dining and casual dining. Not very spacious, inside the shop was not hot. continue reading
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