The next is the freshly fried "sui kow". Usually the most important for a sui kow is the meat paste in it and with some prawns, pork and some black fungus and carrots. It is really good. The crispy skin compliments it awesomely.
The only draw back is that they cook one bowl at a time, so waiting can be quite a while. Usually I have to wait around 15-20 minutes. But we can order the sui kow first and enjoy that as it is usually ready to serve.
Make sure you get your order right before you go place your order as the lady will scold you.
But all in all its really good. A must try!
Food : 9/10
Service : 5/10 (its ok only)
Price : 6/10 (slightly pricey for Ipoh standard)
Ambiance : 7/10 (comfortable with aircond coffee shop)
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