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Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Late Dinner At Restoran Tuck Kee, Ipoh.

One evening, we had a late dinner because hubby had something to attend to. We were thinking of having noodles for dinner and we thought of Tuck Kee's Fried Fat Noodles and Blanched Octupus dish!

We used to go to the original Restoran Tuck Kee, but now we prefer this newer Tuck Kee along Jalan Theatre. I am not sure whether this is a branch of the original Tuck Kee or not, but the shop here looks newer and brighter.
They have framed up menu on the wall.
If you are at a lost on what to order, take a look and point out your order. So easy!
Everything looks delicious!
 It was full house...
 We took an empty table along the 5 foot way, just outside the shop.
 We ordered blanched octupus. Or is it steamed? 
The centre plate of chili sauce is dipping sauce for the octupus.
The 2 other sauces on the sides are for the noodles.
Fried flat rice noodles with prawns, pork slices and veggie. 
 And this is my favourite. Fried fat or broad yellow noodles with prawns, pork slices, veggie and of course crispy lard. All the above are the smallest portion..
Kedai Makanan Tuck Kee, Jalan Theatre, Ipoh.
I couldn't get a clear photo because of the spot lights.

O Lord, You are my light! You make my darkness bright.

(2 Samuel 22:29, TLB)

42 comments:

  1. Nancy what time do yuu have an evening dinner?

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    1. Hi Gosia, my dinner time is quite flexible. Usually it is between Malaysian time 7 to 8 pm. Sometimes it can be as early as 5.30 pm. For this particular evening, we had our noodle dinner about 9 pm.

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  2. Your late dinner was goid especially that blanched octopus.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Not easy to resist ordering the blanched octopus because it tastes so good.

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  3. The plate of blanched octupus making me hungry...

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    1. Hi Sharon, ha ha it looks good and tasty.

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  4. I have never had octopus before...

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    1. Hi Linda, I am not really a fan of octopus but this one is good.

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  5. My favorite!!!!! The blanched octopus ha-ha...artery clogging but who cares...everything in moderation hor :)

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    1. Yes! Everything in moderation. Not always we get to eat this.

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  6. Nancy, the noodles sure look delicious! Looking at it makes me very hungry :D

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong. The noodles are very tasty. Makes me hungry too!

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  7. The portion looks huge though they are the smallest. All I like. Looking at them makes my tummy growling.

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    1. Thank you, Irene. The portion is just nice for 2 of us. Sometimes we eat these for supper.

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  8. Such a great idea to have frames for the menu. I have never had octopus before.

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    1. The octopus dish is tasty. They are cooked just right and not tough.

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  9. The small portions look BIG!

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    1. Hi Tom, I think it looks big because the food is spread out on a shallow plate.

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  10. The fried fat or broad yellow noodles with prawns, pork slices, veggie and of course crispy lard looks like KL Hokkien Char.

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    1. Hi Mun, it is the same Hokkien Char as the one in KL.

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  11. I never had octopus and I wonder what they taste like. It looks pretty strange to me.
    Have a great day. It's snowing here today. We're having a biog snow storm.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. Over here we have very hot days and sometimes rain in the late afternoon or evening.

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  12. It looks like you get out and about often!

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    1. Hi William, over here it is very convenient to go out and about and eating out is very convenient.

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  13. You have the most wonderful dinners. My all this looks so very good.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous day too!

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  14. Woah, those flat rice noodles look delicious!

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    1. Thank you, dear. I love the flat rice noodles.

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  15. Octopus for the win omg! i wanna taste that one here in the Philippines, i envy you so much nancy for having that available in your country!

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    1. Thank you, Steve. I heard that Philippines also have many interesting and delicious food.

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  16. I feel like I'm out to dinner with you! I enjoy the scenery in the background and how colorful it is! I made vegetable tofu last night in a homemade Asian sauce. Recipe said to cube my tofu, dry it out and bake for 30 min in the oven for a toasty effect. Tom did not like it. I think the cook was trying to appease vegans who miss meat and trying to get it to taste more like meat!

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    1. Thank you, Mary. I think the tofu in your recipe will become dry and hard. Over here, we like the tofu to be crispy on the outside and silky smooth and soft on the inside. Tofu will be tough if overcooked. Tofu is substitute for meat as a veggie protein.

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  17. Oo that octopus looks real good! On whether it's blanch or steam, my bet is on 'blanch' coz it's faster hehe.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. I guess is blanch too. Ha ha...

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  18. There is one thing I really like is prawns.

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    1. Hi Margaret, I like prawns too especially prawn fritters.

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  19. everything looked delicious but I as a fan of octopus, I would love probably the first dish most:)

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    1. Thank you, Ola. The octopus is tender and springy at the same time. It is very delicious with the chili dipping.

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  20. we always eat our final meal early, so it has plenty of time to digest. i have never eaten octopus, so i don't know if i like it. it looks a little creepy, i would have to get past that!!!!

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    1. Hi Debbie, we too usually have our meal early but for this particular that we had a late one. I am not really a fan of octupus but I do eat a little bit. Ha ha..it does look creepy.

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  21. I love all your food posts! I was in Ipoh and tried the octopus. So sedap. Can't recall the restaurant name. I will dig it out when it's time to blog about it..haha

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. I am glad that you enjoyed the octopus. Looking forward to read your post. Have a lovely weekend!

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