Restaurants in Pasir Pinji – 12 Restaurants
Ipoh’s famous “Big Tree’s Foot” (called Tai Shu Keok in Cantonese) which located at Pasir Pinji with a friend. Basically, this place is kinda dusty and untidy as it’s located by the roadside. The hawkers erected some canopies probably due to some complaints by customers that leaves falling from above.
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Most of the yong tau fu we had were decent but not really outstanding. The only item that was special enough to be memorable was the ‘sar kot’ (stuffed turnip) – mainly because it was my first time having it, and we don’t get this in KL. But then again, I get comments saying there are plenty of other places that make tastier ‘sar kot’.
The stall is run by a old couple, the old man would make the chee cheong fun and the old lady with the help of an assistant would chopped up the chee cheong fun and top it with either green chili, fried onions, sesame seed, oil and soya sauce or with chili sauce, sweet sauce and all of the previously mentioned toppings.
It serves many varieties of fried yong tau foo like stuffed chili, brinjal, bitter gourd, fish ball, fish cakes and crispy foo chok. The fish paste is very fresh and has a springy texture. The stall also sell different types of noodles ... curry, assam laksa and even dried ones.