Thursday, June 7, 2012

Yat Yat Seng Curry Noodles @ Ipoh

Time for brunch in Ipoh and bro-in-law introduced us to this stall for some hearty dose of noodles.   It seems they offer really good chicken hor fun (chicken kuay teow soup noodles) but it is the curry noodles that you need to give it a try.   Dont really know the exact address but Mr Google can be of help if you are in Ipoh ;)

















This particular type of curry noodles is pretty thick and creamy and it has an extra strong smell and taste of curry paste that is similar taste and smell to curry powder.  You may or may not like having your curry noodles cooked with such strong smell - but for me, its worth a try - and I liked it.   Its different from the ones you would usually get in KL or Penang or from any curry noodle stall - totally worth a try!


















Be forwarned that the lady cook is a bit lan-si, just like any other famous noodles stalls.  We were seated all the way at the last table placed on the walkway/pavement ;(   That is how packed this place is during our late breakfast.

















Didnt get a good shot of my yummylicious curry noodles cos need to feed Bryan his noodles as well and it was freaking hot la in Ipoh, but anyway, here's a pics of my very satisfying late breakfast ;)

















Actually, before I even step foot in Ipoh, I was already craving for the claypot crab tanghoon noodles ... but sigh ... we went there for dinner but I didnt know we had to pre-order.  Sampai sana, semua ada ... except my beloved claypot crab tanghoon noodles.   Can you imagine - salivating and all and DONT GET TO EAT???    My face also turn black like wok already but nevermind ....

6 comments:

MeRy said...

Look yummy.

Mummy Moon said...

Just look at the curry noodles pic I already love it!

reanaclaire said...

Yes, this shop is famous for curry but i dont go there often, it is always crowded and as u said, the ladies there are quite impatient.. if u know what i mean..
best time to go is before lunch time 12pm...

Mommy to Chumsy said...

err...this place is not that good anymore. i went there the last time we were back and i cannot believe how small the plate of noodles was. it's the same price as KL, if not more expensive. my relatives told me that they use curry powder to cook their curries now so the standard has dropped :P i used to patron this stall when i was a kid. there are better ones in old town :)

Small Kucing said...

argh....dont wanna friend you already...me so hungry now...i love curry laksa

Mummy Gwen said...

Aiyo so sorry to know you didn't get to eat the special dish. Next time ok. As far as I know curry laksa doesn't use curry powder.