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電話號碼
6735 2292
開飯介紹
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. 繼續閱讀
營業時間
今日營業
11:30 - 22:00
星期一至日
11:30 - 22:00
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現金
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前往餐廳網站
http://www.ipohlouyau.com.sg/
食評 (1)
等級4 2013-07-21
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Ipoh Lou Yau at Centrepoint is probably one of the more reasonably priced eateries (save for the food court) with chicken hor fun going for as low as $4.90! They have a current promo where the second bowl of hor fun is at 50% off, so it pays to go with a friend, or in even numbers. They have a one person set meal, with consists of bean sprouts chicken and whole bowl of hor fun in soup, or rice, at $6.90.This hor fun goes for $4.90 and has bits of shredded chicken in it. I can't really see why it would be well worth close to $5, but the texture of the hor fun was smooth and tasty to slurp up. The fried shallots gave the dish a really delicious aroma, and the taste was sufficiently salty with a smooth sweet finish from the dark sauce.This is the hor fun with yong tau foo, charged at $5.90. This one was strangely, not as tasty as the chicken hor fun, and the color of the noodles were also a paler brown. The yong tau foo isn't much to rave about, but if you are hungry this choice would be excellent with just an add on of $1. This dish failed to impress me, the taste wasn't exactly there.The one person set goes for $6.90, and in my opinion -it isn't really worth your time or your money. The chicken was neither succulent nor particularly fresh and tender. Worse of all, the hor fun and the soup wasn't tasty enough. Your best bet would be to go for the $4.90 Chicken Hor Fun as it was the most flavoursome of the lot. Terribly disappointing.All dishes are served with chilli sauce, and minced ginger in oil (not sure if it were garlic/chive oil?) and this really made all the difference to the food. The chilli wasn't too spicy, and the minced ginger gave the dish a lovely aroma. The oil was also super fragrant and when doused with the noodles and chicken, it really tasted fantastic!We also ordered water chestnut ($2) which was slightly too sweet for me, and basically my entire experience felt like everything could have been improved (albeit drastically or slightly). I would say you get what you pay for, but sometimes we just wish that there could have been the best of both worlds. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)