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food is great, but the service suck!! i dont like the way they treat customer.. kindly recommend to Thean Chun coffee shop (beside kong heng).. had a bad experience in kong heng!! continue reading
went to kong heng and had chicken kuey teow soup. charged for rm6. not so nice and soup tastes like ajinomoto only. too pricey for the quality. continue reading
when I'm was back to Ipoh , I will drive to those few popular places for the awesome Ipoh food and one of it is the Kedai Kopi Kong Heng at the old street town of Ipoh in Bandar Timah . Alot Of them come from accross state to Ipoh for their famous hor fun , chee cheong fun , white coffee and sells all the great foods in under one roof . it is located next to one of the famous Restoran Thean Chun , all this shop has been around since the 60s and still serves great local food till today . Kong Heng is so famous among of the locals and tourists . Getting a table here is not easy and pack when Each time we visit .Chee Cheong Fun - Curry Chee Cheong Fun with pickles and sweet sauce . the local Ipoh style of Chee Cheong Fun , slightly different from the central region .Sotong Kangkung - The perfect combination of gravy , fresh kangkung and fine soft sotong makes me crawling for the second plate .Caramel egg custard dessert "Brûlée" - This soft yellow custard with caramel is just an amazing dessert .Dry Curry Chicken Noodle - Well cooked curry chicken with soft texture , the curry gravy was awesome .Popiah - crunchy fried small prawns and some vegetable fillings . The skin wasn't all soggy, it was fresh, thin and spread with sweet red chili sauce . wrapped with generous filling of the turnips And with the other version of fried popiah for the same price .Chicken Slice Wan Tan mee - The wan tan mee here is normal only . IPOH KONG HENG RESTAURANT75, Jalan Bandar Timah,30000 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.Mon - Sun 6:30AM–5PM continue reading
I remember when I was younger, we would take several trips out of KL just for a getaway. Our usual place to visit is Ipoh & Penang because these two places are well known for their food. And the one place that I will always remember very fondly is Kong Heng in Oldtown Ipoh. Whenever we eat there, the place will be filled to the brim with locals and people from other states. They are there to try the famous and very delicious noodles.My favourite is the Ipoh Sah Hor Fun. This bowl comes with strips of chicken and prawns atop the noodles, plus some garlic chives for added flavours. Usually I never really like eating hor fun but somehow I can finish this entire bowl by myself. The taste is exactly the same as I remembered it to be and I'm happy to know that the quality plus standard never drops.Then there's the pork noodles with lots of intestinal bits. This one is my mom's favourite and she always orders this but I usually only enjoy my own bowl of hor fun. But that day I tried a bit of this and found it to be really good too. The ingredients are plenty and the noodles are perfectly al-dente. Then the soup, it has SO much flavour that one spoonful left me quite surprised. Then the meal is never complete unless we have a plate of tau geh simply steamed then doused with soya sauce. This represents the simple pleasures in life because it's probably the cheapest thing ever and yet, the tastiest. Let's just say we never fail to pay a visit to this restaurant whenever we're in Ipoh or happen to be driving by. continue reading
This restaurant is famous for Ipoh hor fun, dried and soup. Personally, I like the popiah. The chicken Hor fun tasted well also. The price is reasonable. Other food such as chee cheong fun, rojak and satay also available. The restaurant closed on Wed and the business time is 8am to 3pm. Feel free to drop there if You are the dynamic food hunter. continue reading