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creme Level4 2016-01-16
Being a typical Ipohan, I've had enough of people saying, "Wow you don't like FM's taufufah? Why? I think that's the best in town!" Well, you think.I used to think the same, until I met this Wonng Kee's taufufah, and now this is a must visit place whenever I went back to Ipoh for my short holiday.For a fair price of RM1.5 per taufufah, you get a bowl of warm, soft, full with bean curd aroma's yet don't feel like eating too much "stone powder" beancurd. I like to take away, simply want to enjoy my bean curd in home. Less crowded as compared to the famous one, yet taste better. If you ask any local Ipohan, most of them probably will know this place too. continue reading
AmandaLaurenLee Level4 2015-12-22
I've never been a fan of desserts and honestly, I'd rather have fries than have something sweet after a meal. It's just never my thing even though my family enjoys having dessert at the end.Yet when we were in Ipoh, I pestered them to get some Tao Fu Faa after brunch and made sure we went to one in town that I've been told is pretty good. A friend of mine is a local so he knows the best places to get good food and recommended Woong Kee - so it wasn't surprising to see people queueing up for their bowl of soybean curd.I LOVED IT! The bowl was small but felt so traditional and in it was super soft Tao Fu Faa with some simple syrup. Every spoonful of this was so comforting and made me happier each time - so much so that we all got an extra bowl just to indulge in.Must try this whenever you're in Ipoh town. Just got slightly earlier to avoid the crowd and also be prepared to eat this standing up since they do not provide tables for you. It's kind of like an eat & go system. continue reading