Monday, 6 March 2017

Dai Shu Geok (Big Tree Feet) Yong Tau Hu@Ipoh, Perak

Finally tried the famous Yong Tau Hu here! On our way back from Penang we made a detour to Ipoh for a late lunch and decided to try this iconic Ipoh eats. We realised there were two stalls but lucky for us, we didn't even have to make our choice because only one was opened. It also happened to be the "original" one.

Hubby had the plain soup before and wasn't too impressed but since I was quite excited to try, he relented. Heh! We tried the curry and laksa soup and I had my noodles dry instead of in the soup. Both the broth were excellent! The laksa broth was sweet and had plenty of fish flakes inside but the curry broth was the star!

The fishball was definitely homemade and tasted amazing. I was not a fan of the deep fried sliced turnip in crispy popiah (bean curd) skin. The Yong Tau Hu was quite huge and cost about RM0.95 each. Even the dry noodles tasted good and I actually prefer it that way as opposed to dunking it together with the soup.

PS: They will usually leave the crispy/fried Yong Tau Hu in a separate bowl and the soup in another unless your Yong Tau Hu is the boiled type.

They are located at:
652, Jalan King,
Pasir Pinji,
31650 Ipoh.
Opens at 8.30am - 5.30pm

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