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Telephone
6258 0633
Introduction
Ipoh Lou Yau Bean Sprouts Chicken is famous for their Hor Fun and Bean Sprouts. Their popular Bean Sprouts and Hor Fun comes all the way from Ipoh to remain its true authenticity to their Malaysian origins. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.ipohlouyau.com.sg/
Review (2)
Level3 2013-12-18
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Come to basement, the new restaurant i not yet try before. So settle my lunch here, I ordered One Pax Chicken Rice Set ($ 7.50) it come with Drumstick Chicken with Bean Sprouts and 1 bowl of rice, for the drumstick, the bone is not removed the chicken taste is not tasty & hard. For the Bean Sprouts is disappointing, the taste is weird. Not taste as like their mention Ipoh famous Bean Sprouts. And i also ordered Shredded Chicken HorFun ($5.90) with 2 small prawn, is not tasty at all. Overall for me is not worth it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-30
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Met up with my friend to collect some stuffs from her at Junction 8, Bishan.She recommended Lao Yu Bean Sprouts Chicken stall which located at basement 1 of the shopping mall. The stall dish serves Ipoh well-known food. The bean sprouts served here is fatty which is quite similar with the ones in Ipoh. “Lou Yau uses only the unparalleled variety of bean sprouts grown using the mineral-rich spring water in Ipoh". So they may have import in the bean sprouts but I have no clue about it though.The place is full house with people dinning in and queuing for orders. It is self-service basis. Customers queued to order and the staff in operation will to find place to sit for the customers. All orders and payment were made at the counter. The cashier will provide the number card so that the staffs can served the foods.I ordered Yong Tau Foo Hor Fun (Dry) @S$5.90. It comes with soup and the special chilli and minced ginger. Hor Fun noodles are served thin and slippery which is smooth to consume. Together with the yong tau foo serving, it is quite filling. I am not impressed with the yong tau foo quality though. The tofu is kinda dry and can't really taste the fish paste. The fishball and meatball size are big but the texture is so-so only.Overall rating for the food is good with the offer price.The price is quite reasonable. Staff is polite to the customers and they are committed to their work. One of the staff spoke politely to us saying that they need to fill up the seat that we placed our bag for another batch of customer. We are fine with it and she offered us a chair to place our bag at another side instead. I think the staff is doing her job well.For more food reviews: http://www.hazeldiary.com continue reading
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