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Sunday, 11 January 2015

IPOH BEAN SPROUT (TAUGEH) AND CHICKEN DINNER @ BUNTONG VILLAGE

All of a sudden there was a longing for blanched Ipoh bean sprouts and poached white chicken for dinner. For a long, long time we have not been to town for the famous bean sprout and chicken in Ipoh town because we can get the same bean sprout and chicken in Buntong village. This shop belongs to the sibling of Lou Wong and now the younger generation has taken over the running of the business.
Since there were only two of us, we ordered a small plate of blanched bean sprout. The bean sprout is fresh and crispy.
A small plate of poached white chicken. The meat is smooth and tender.

And a saucer of blended ginger and oil paste to go with the chichen.

A bowl of plain yellow noodle with some bean sprout in clear soup.

A bowl of plain flat noodle in clear soup.
Total cost MYR 17 (approx. 4.76 USD)

Mother and son team. The mother only helps out on holidays and weekends.

Besides bean sprout and chicken, they also serve braised chicken claws and meat balls.
In order to enjoy a relaxed meal, we usually come early to avoid the dinner crowd. The place will be packed on public holidays and weekends.
Address: 849, Jalan Guntong, Buntong, Ipoh. Tel: 017-578 7251

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14 comments:

  1. Nancy, I love blanched beansprouts and poached white chicken. To me these two are simple dishes yet tastes so good. But I can't get the same effect at home as the ones from the restaurant or hawkers taste a lot better hah..hah...

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    1. Hah hah Phong Hong, I too have the same problem. Can never get my beansprouts and chicken to taste the same as we ate outside.

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  2. We don't have those fat taugeh over here in Kuching. Chicken meat looks juicy. No chicken rice??? Overall, very nice dinner.

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    1. Ipoh taugeh is fat and short. No rice, Irene, we just took noodles.

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  3. I loves beansprouts this way instead of eating it with kway teow mee, etc..

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    1. I alone can finish 2 plates of beansprouts. Just love beansprouts.

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  4. I have heard so often of this famous one in Buntong but have never been ... have only tried those in town ... got to try this Buntong one ! Looks delish ;)

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    1. I seldom go to town for beansprout and chicken. And i prefer the Buntong one.

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  5. I also never been here before... Must make a trip there one day..... is it opened around 5.30pm? hahahaa... eat and then go home...

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    1. Whenever you want, just let me know & I will take you there

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  6. Good that there is no need to venture into town and queue with tourists for the famous Ipoh chicken meal when you can get the same food nearer to your place.

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    1. Saves us a lot of time and petrol too.

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  7. Looks yummy! And what is the sauce that the chicken is resting in? It it soy sauce?

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    1. Its diluted soy sauce and garlic oil.

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