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Restaurant Woo Ng Kee Taman Ehsan Kepong

Restaurant Woo Ng Kee Pan fired Baby Kai Lan
Mei Lan Mei Lan Woh Ai Nee

My next food excursion had landed myself and my team indulging yet another truly hidden treasure here at Kepong. We visited Woo Ng Kee Restaurant at Taman Ehsan located at Kepong. Yes Kepong has amazing food outlet to be discovered. Woo Ng Kee has 60years in food with three generations of chefs in it’s record. First it started at Pudu roda side stalls nearby the historical Pudu Jail and relocated nearly 26years to Taman Ehsan.

First came a truly delicious home cooking dish named after a famous 70’s song “Mei Lan Mei Lan Woh Ai Nee” mei Lan Mei Lan I Love You. Simple and yet a delicious dish. It was cleverly dish out with the combination of refinely chopped sweet and salted preserved mustard cabbage over minced pork and young Kai Lan. Vey well dry wok fried. Very bold and fragrant. I just love it. Goes very well with a bowl of steamed white rice.

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K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

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