Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Eat Some Hor Fun!

I love hor fun and I bet there are many hor fun lovers out there too.

I really like Tuck Kee (Ipoh) Sah Hor Fun for its smooth hor fun which slid down my throat with pleasure. It was firm and retained a nice bite too. The brown gravy which is slathered over the hor fun tasted of seafood goodness but in a gentle way. Nothing too in-your-face. Mix in a little of the chilli paste to spice things up.

The prawns were succulent and the crayfish (yes, it's leaner times but we can indulge in a hawker centre once in a while too yea?) sweet. But the latter could have been firmer though.

My only gripe was the small portion. But then that means more space to try the other delicious food. See why I love looking at the brighter side of things? Haha.

Tuck Kee (Ipoh) Sah Hor Fun
#02-41A Hong Lim Food Centre
Opens: 11am to 3pm
Closes: Sundays

Chew On This: For best hor fun results, do not take too many pictures long to tuck in as the hor fun tends to clump together after a while.


red fir said...

To give that piece of advice at the end, you must have learnt it the hard way. Chiak first lah!

Chocolate Reindeer said...

I like the hor fun here too... very delicious... long queue though...

Anonymous said...

Any recommendations on horfun with enough wok hei? My gripe is that it's difficult to find hor fun with good wok hei in Singapore!

The Hungry Cow said...

ice: Yea, after I realised that, I now take pics quicker. Hehe.

Chocolate Reindeer: ^5! Queues can be such a pain but when the flesh is weak.... we still queue. :s

jy: I like the one at Le Wai Tian around Kembangan and also the version at a dirty-looking stall in that hawker centre near Queensway.