Ipoh Lou Yau @ Chinatown Point

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Restaurant

Accepts Credit Card(s)
Serves Food
Open hours
Today

From 11:00 to 22:00

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Cuisine
Region
Asian, Singaporean, Chinese, Malay
Type
Soup, Noodles, Curry, Peranakan
Meals
dinner, lunch
Drinks

Alcohol Not Served

Nearest Rail Link

Chinatown

Venue Theme

Family Friendly, Mall

Last update

27 September 2016

Description

A plate of fresh tender kampong chicken, crunchy bean sprouts and a bowl of hor fun soup both fresh from Ipoh. That is all you need, to savour the authentic must-try Ipoh Bean Sprouts Chicken, a dish synonymous with Ipoh, an old town in Malaysia. Affectionately known as ‘Nga Choi Gai’ in Cantonese to the food enthusiasts, Ipoh’s signature dish is famous among the locals and well-travelled foodies from different parts of the world. The secret for its fame and popularity lies in the originality and fresh, locally grown ingredients that looks deceivingly simple, yet distinctly scrumptious.

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Specialties

Steamed White Chicken, fresh from the kampong, tastes simply tender and juicy. The special concoction of light soy sauce, sesame oil, coriander, shallots and chilli complements the poultry and further elevates the gastronomic crescendo. Ipoh’s Signature Bean Sprouts are short and stubby in appearance, but deliciously crunchy, snapping between the teeth, flavoured with light soy sauce, oil and white pepper. Accompanied by the moist and tender kampong chicken and slippery smooth noodles, they form a delightful burst of flavour that will leave you craving for more. The old saying has it that the crunchiness of Ipoh bean sprouts has to do with the surrounding lime