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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Kai Si Hor Fun At Little Katong, Canning Garden.

Two Saturdays ago, we have 2 friends joining us for breakfast. We drove to Canning Garden because our friends wanted to try the chicken noodle or kai si hor fun there. Hubby and I have tasted the Little Katong noodles at Restoran Impressive or Little Genting in town which I have posted here. But we have not tried the one at Restoran Sin Hoong Fatt in Canning Garden yet. We were at the stall by 8.40 am.
We ordered 4 bowls of kai si hor fun (chicken & prawn noodles).
My personal opinion, I would say the taste is quite good and price reasonable.
Thin and smooth flat rice noodle in rich chicken and prawn broth.
We have a few popular places in Ipoh serving very good kai si hor fun.
We also ordered a bowl of Singapore Katong curry noodles to share.
A cup of hot unsweetened black coffee to complete our breakfast meal.
Little Katong at Restoran Sin Hoong Fatt (corner shop).
Lebuh Cecil Rae, Canning Garden.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
An old antique tea urn at the Ho Yan Hor Herbal Tea museum.
The tea urn for the traditional Ho Yan Hor herbal tea.
The founder of Ho Yan Hor Herbal Tea.


The LORD said to her, "The founders of two nations are in your womb;

And the separation of two nations has begun in your body;

The one people shall be stronger than the other;

And the older shall serve the younger."

(Genesis 25:23, Amplified Bible-AMP)

34 comments:

  1. No bad eh, it is quite good :) and their Singapore laksa not bad too.

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    1. Quite good compared to many others. I would like to try the assam laksa.

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

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  3. If I lived in Ipoh, I will put on even more weight hee..hee.. The kai si hor fun looks delicious :)

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    1. Same with Phong Hong, i will put on more weight also, hehe...

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  4. kai si hor fun looks good. how much is one bowl?

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    1. I am not very sure but if I am not mistaken it is about RM4.50 to RM5.

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  5. ...I sure didn't know about tea urns, but of course tea has never been a favorite of mine. Thanks Nancy for stopping by, I hope to see you again.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. This is not the normal tea that we add milk to. This is a herbal tea.

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    1. When you are in Ipoh, you must try our Ipoh kai si hor fun.

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  7. Oh my what a feast. I love your food posts. I'm sure I gain a pound everything I visit here.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. Ha ha..I have put down much weight already!

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  8. The food looks delicious, and I love the vintage tea urn!

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

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  9. Very tempted to try the Kai Si Hor Fun

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    1. Our Ipoh kai si hor fun is attracting a lot of food lovers from all over.

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  10. Aiyoyo ..I am totally hungry just looking at this, Nancy!

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    1. Do remember to try this the next time you are in Ipoh.

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  11. It looks so good, and very filling!

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    1. Yes, Ginny. It looks and tastes good. The portion compared to some other stalls is bigger and just nice for a normal person.

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  12. I love that tea urn...the restaurant looks like it could be a busy place.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. We were early but the crowd usually starts to fill up much later.

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  13. The coffee looks so rich and strong. I'm going to need something similar this morning. ;-)

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    1. Thank you, dear. It was a wonderful breakfast with tasty noodles and thick rich coffee. "Ada oomph!"

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    1. Thank you, William. We don't this type of tea urn anymore.

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  15. Last time my girl tried and she said okay la.. she still prefers the Moon De Moon.. :)

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    1. For us, it is good, so its okay la. This is cheaper. We also prefer the Moon de moon.

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  16. It looks like you drink your coffee the way we do, very thick!

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    1. Yes, we love our coffee thick and strong. Here it is "kopi kaw kaw"

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  17. The kai si horfun looks good all right. The portion isn't that big.

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    1. This is consider big, much more than the popular one in Moon De Moon.

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