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Monday, 16 November 2015

CHICKEN & BEAN SPROUT (NGA CHOY KAI) AT FIRST GARDEN, IPOH.

I should have posted this a few months ago but I have totally forgotten about these photos hidden in one of the folders on my desktop. We passed by this area regularly and we noticed a new eatery has just started.
As it is always the case, everyone is curious and wanted to try new food at new places. We came here for our dinner.
A new place selling "nga choy kai" and noodles.
(Taugeh which is mung bean sprouts and chicken with noodles) 
  White chopped chicken - Poached chicken with oil and soy sauce. 
 Blanched mung bean sprouts with oil, soy sauce, pepper & etc. 
 Smashed onion green as a dipping sauce.
Something different from the usual ginger paste. 
Flat rice noodle in plain soup - my favourite.
Hubby's favourite - yellow noodle + rice vermicelli.
Opened for business on 2 May 2015.
Restoran Taugeh Ayam Soo Kee
Lorong Taman Sepuluh, Taman Pertama, Ipoh.

 But God has opened the eyes of those called to salvation,

both Jews and Gentiles, to see that Christ

is the mighty power of God to save them;

Christ Himself is the center of

God's wise plan for their salvation.

(1 Corinthians 1:24, TLB)

44 comments:

  1. When a new place opens here, you pretty much have to stay away from it for a while. It's so crowded, you'll either have to wait two hours to be seated or there wont' be a seat at all and you'll have to get it to go. If you wait a few weeks, everyone's tried it out and the crowds go back to a normal level.

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. We usually stay away for some time before we going to try new places. Have a beautiful day!

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a great day!

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  3. I am getting hungry looking at the bean sprouts! Great post, as always, dear Nancy. :)

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    1. Thank you, Linda. Have a lovely day!

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  4. What Stephanie Faris said. She's right.

    I do love all your food. It all looks so very good and I seem to visit here when I'm hungry.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. I too agreed with Stephanie. It is the same here. Have a fabulous day too!

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  5. my favorite food.... bean sprouts and blanched chicken...yummy! now food is the best business and every where you see new stalls and cafes :p

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    1. Busy especially when the business just opened. Everyone wants to try out the new place.

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  7. A new eating place is always so fun....I'm glad you enjoyed it. I've never heard of blanched chicken...I have a thing about liking my meat brown....like when I roast a turkey, I like it a golden brown.

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    1. Thank you, BJ. I too love golden brown, especially roasted or fried. Blanched chicken may not be everyone's liking because it looks plain and bland.

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  8. Wow! Nga Choi Kei in my hometown....is it as nice as Lou Wong? I normally go to old town for it instead of other shops cause some of it are really just not as nice. From the looks of the photos, the food definitely is looking good. Any review on the taste?

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    1. Hello Billy Toh, we prefer the nga choi kei in Buntong (related to Lou Wong) compared to Lou Wong. This one in Taman Pertama is okay, wouldn't mind going back.

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  9. Hi Nancy, we are the same here. When a new place opens everyone is out to try it. Looks like this was a nice place. Thank you for the bible verse too.
    Have a great week. xo

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    1. Thank you, Celestina Marie. The place is comfortable and the food is good. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  10. So great dear kiss

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    1. Thank you, De. Have a lovely Wednesday!

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  11. The food looks good especially the beansprout - crunchy! Always good to have a new place to go to for food. Have a good day!

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I love crunchy beansprout and I can eat the whole plate! Ha ha! Have a great Wednesday!

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  12. I love chicken rice with beansprouts. Nga choy kai is very healthy chicken.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Ipoh is never lacking in nga choy kai. Have a lovely Wednesday!

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  13. the openness of the places you eat at are so appealing...I like to sit where I can people watch!

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I too like to watch people especially when I am waiting for my food to be served. Have a beautiful Wednesday!

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  14. I love the openness of your restaurants. Oh, to be warm right now. And more yummy food!

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    1. Thank you, Erika. Over here, its raining season now. The weather is cool and wet. Looking forward to piping hot soup or spicy curry to warm the body. Have a lovely day!

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  15. Nice chicken rice to go with that plate of bean sprout. Bean sprout looks fat & juicy.

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    1. Thank you, Irene. Ipoh has the best bean sprouts, fat, juicy and crunchy! I love beansprouts. Have a blessed Wednesday!

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  16. The food looks really good and simple.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. Its simple and it tastes good and healthy too! Have a great Wednesday!

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    1. Sharon, its healthy and tasty chicken. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  18. Do you always try new eatery place, Nancy?
    I like tauge too :)

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    1. Hello Lina, I do try out new eatery but not everyone of them. Only if there is good review of the food. I love taugeh too, can eat lots of it. Have a lovely Wednesday!

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  19. unique sort of dipping. usually is cili and halia.

    yummy nga choy gai

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    1. Its my first time tasting this new dipping with onion greens. We asked for ginger paste but they didn't have on that day. Have a great Wednesday!

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  20. I always wait a while to see if can sustain hehe. Don't like the kelam-kabutness of new shops.

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    1. Stacy, I will never go on the first few days. Sure to have kelam-kabutness. Usually I will wait for about a week or so before I go and try the food.

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  21. I love Ipoh's taugeh ayam. Looking forward to having some on my next trip over. :D

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Ipoh welcomes you to enjoy our food! Have a beautiful day!

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  22. Hi Nancy,
    This is my favourite. .. chicken rice + a plate nga choy or pak choy serves as a set meal here. Yummy!
    Have a great day ^-^!

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Have a beautiful day!

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