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Sunday, 18 January 2015

CHEE CHEONG FUN FOR BREAKFAST @ CANNING GARDEN, IPOH

My hubby is a faithful patron of this Chee Cheong Fun stall in Kedai Makanan Canning Garden, Ipoh. He used to go alone for his Chee Cheong Fun breakfast when I was still working.

I used to like my Chee Cheong Fun with a mixture of curry gravy and mushroom gravy i.e. flooded with gravy and pickled crunchy green chili. Now that I have tasted this particular Chee Cheong Fun, I have learned to enjoy the plainer version, that is, Chee Cheong Fun with onion oil, light soy sauce, fried crispy onion, toasted sesame seeds and pickled crunchy green chili.

Chee Cheong Fun is steamed rice noodle sheets, folded in layers and cut into strips. It is then served with combination of variety of condiments e.g. curry gravy, mushroom & meat gravy, sweet red sauce, diluted prawn paste, chili sauce, crispy onion, onion oil, sesame seeds and of course, pickled crunchy green chili.
A big serving for my hubby. His favourite version is Chee Cheong Fun with onion oil, crispy fried onion, toasted sesame seeds, soy sauce and pickled crunchy green chili.
A small serving for me, with the same condiments as my hubby's. The pickled crunchy green chili will be transferred from my hubby's plate to mine because he doesn't eat them. I must have pickled crunchy green chili especially with my Chee Cheong Fun and Wanton Noodle.
We were told that this uncle's rest days are Mondays and Tuesdays. His regular clients know and are used to his temperamental ways. Sometimes he can be nice and friendly, probably when he is not under pressure or stress.
I have observed that most of the customers here come for the Chee Cheong Fun. Once you have tasted this Chee Cheong Fun, I am sure you will come back again for more of this smooth silky noodle.
The coffee shop is just next to a big field and its a corner shop along Lorong Cecil Rae, Canning Garden.
A simple, yet tasty Chee Cheong Fun breakfast.
Big portion MYR 3.50, small portion MYR 3.00.
Both our breakfast costs less than MYR 10.00

A gentle answer turns away wrath

but a harsh word stirs up anger.

(Proverbs 15:1, New International Version-NIV)

20 comments:

  1. Maybe you can tell me exactly what Chee Chong fun is. I still do not know exactly what the ingredients are. We have nothing like this here.

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    1. Dear Ginny, you can click on this link to know how chee cheong fun is made and the ingredients. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qcg3poYVumE

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  2. Oh, he has reduced his prices? The last time I ate is RM3.50 for a big plate... good that he has reduced!! This morning I went but tad too late.. it was finished... well, I guess I have to wait another week.. haha...

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    1. Oops, thanks Claire, I made a mistake in the price. Thanks for bringing to my attention.

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    2. hahaha last time Claire bring us makan here before. :)

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    3. Yes, very near to Claire's place.

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  3. Nancy, I love CCF but the version I have eaten is different. I suppose there are many variations but I think I will like all of them :)

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    1. There are many variations depending on our liking. We can request for the condiments for our ccf.

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  4. Have not eaten ccf recently, see your ccf makes me want to go eat it... hehe...

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    1. I think Singapore ccf is quite different from Ipoh, right?

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  5. There are varities of CCF and the one I love is with prawns fillings pour with sweet sauce. It has been quite sometimes I have it. Craving for it after looking at your post.

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    1. There is Hong Kong ccf too, I like HK ccf too.

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  6. Love the photos here, Nancy.

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  7. Ccf is one of my favourite dish.

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    1. You like it plain or with plenty of gravy?

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  8. My hubby's favorite...I prefer the one in Kong Hin, old town. This one , the towkay a very grumpy man :p

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    1. Ha ha, certain times only, sometimes he is ok la.

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  9. Hi Nancy,

    I missed those days that I used to eat chee cheong fun for my breakfast... I like them with lots of the sweet sauce :D

    Nice that you recommended such a nice place.

    Zoe

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    1. If you ever visit Ipoh again, keep in mind this place.

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