Yum Yum Tree, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Yum Yum Tree is rather a strange name but yet able to make it a household name in Ipoh. You may wonder why. why? Well every foodstall has it’s own story to tell. For this one, it is situated at Pasir Pinji, a small village sited within Ipoh town. In fact this in Pasir Pinji you can find a lot of interesting cottage food similar to Yum Yum Tree such a the rojak and roast pork stall situated near the village market, homemake fresh rice pasta “Chee Cheong Fun” within Yum Yum Tree whereby you need to take your number in order to wait for your turn and many more.

I still can remember Yum Yum Tree started their stall at this rundown house but this year the owner decided to build a new coffeshop as shown below. What so famous about Yum Yum Tree? Well here you can get Ipoh’s version of Yong Tau Fo whereby the most fillings are from fish paste. It is one of the best Yong Tau Fo that I ever come across and rather different from what you can get in KL because of the fish paste.

So many people were rushing for this freshly fried Yong Tau Foo….. look at those plates marching in line.

Look at those deep fried green stuffed green chillies, beatiful chillies than can make the devil out of you.

Deep fried stuffed beancurd roll is also another winner at Yum Yum Tree.

Lovely deep fried stuffed brinjal, so deeply purple and something I use to find in my mum’s kitchen.

Oh how can we miss the Yong Tau Foo, isn’t it all about Yong Tau Foo. I would really recommend this place if you are in Ipoh, you should not just pass by Ipoh but make sure you make an afford to stay for a few days to endulge with Ipoh’s riches, Ipoh Food.

Yours Sidney


  • Precious Pea
    October 9, 2007 - 7:47 pm | Permalink

    Definitely looks very Yummy Yum Yum!

  • New Kid on the Blog
    October 10, 2007 - 5:39 am | Permalink

    Heard from my parents that, during their time, this place already exist in Pasir Pinji….

  • Jackson
    October 10, 2007 - 5:47 pm | Permalink

    i wan Ipoh food crawl!!!

  • Jason
    October 11, 2007 - 2:20 am | Permalink

    Is this the “dai shu geok” stall?

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