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Loh Hup Kee Famous Chicken Leg – This is what written on the stall.
This chicken leg ?? … hmm… I think chicken feet is more appropiate. Ok, this chicken feet stall was previously located at ‘yi tiao lor’ aka 2nd road where the area is named Chun Man Yuan. Due to the area will be developed, the hawkers there have no choice but to find a new place for business.

Normally the chicken feet (CF) is fried then only is cooked. As for this CF, it’s not fried at first. The CF is smooth and soft. The gravvy is very tasty.Next is steam chicken. This one is similar to Ipoh ‘Lou Wong’ Bean Sprout Chicken. The chicken is steam with a very good timing where the meat texture is very smooth. It’s served with soy sauce. Very simple dish yet delicious.

As usual, we will order the CF, chicken and also fried mee + bihun. This is the ‘set’ that we always order when we visit this shop. The fried bee + bihun taste normal.


Total cost for this set is RM19.00. I am not sure the price for each individual dish as we always order this set. hehe

p/s: The chicken is served with this sauce. But the taste is so so nia. Normally I didn’t take it.

6 Comments

  1. Little Inbox says:

    Hmm…just wonder if the chicken feet are properly wash? I seldom take chicken feet when eating out. May be I’m too particular if come to cleanliness. Rugi for me. :(

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  2. Allie says:

    Actually I also seldom take chicken feet. But this one is really good. :)

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  3. gill gill says:

    Little inbox, try! and you will like it. :)

    allie, since you said the chicken as good as Ipoh Lou Wong, then i must try it out!

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  4. Allie says:

    Gill Gill, try it out and let me know your comment :)

    Btw, the stall onwer speaks cantonese.

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  5. gill gill says:

    the owner from ipoh ah? Cantonese is my mother toungue

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  6. Allie says:

    hmm.. I’m not sure if the owner is from ipoh or not ler… hehe..

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