Sunday, May 2, 2010

Chee Cheong Fun Stall-TAPAH.

Unlike Bidor, Tapah town lacks a good place to have a decent Chinese breakfast.

But there is a Chee Cheong Fun (flat rice noodle rolls) stall manage by a husband/wife, beside the wet market which is not too bad.

Yesterday morning,
we were there for a quick and light breakfast.


Smooth CCF with deep fried stuffed fishpaste beancurd sheets- a sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds and topped with Curry gravy.

Smooth CCF with blanched long bean, pickled green chillies on the side-sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds and doused with sweet bean paste gravy and chillies.

Assorted Yong Lui (deep fried stuffed fishpaste/turnip ingredients) to go with the smooth CCF.

11 comments:

Little Inbox said...

Different way of consuming CCF, more like having Hakka noodle.

thule a.k.a leo said...

I think a local will know where to bring you for good food in Tapah..

Selba said...

I seriously want to give a try of these CCF....

smallkucing said...

hahaha...if claire see this she is going to drool all over her laptop. Am going to send her your link hahaha

reanaclaire said...

hi.. greetings from me.. claire from Ipoh.. nice to come by after kathy's recommendation.. she knows i love ccf a lot.. will come by more often to see wat's to eat! :p

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Stephanie said...

yum yum... chee cheong fun is my favourite morning breakfast... this one looks super delicious...

Z said...

Love this dish. It's in my favorites list. I always order a double when we're back home.

foodbin said...

LInbox-the CCF are much thicker.
thule a.k. leo-that's for sure!
Selba -it was good.
smallkucing-thks.
reanaclaire-welcome-you have a great blog, too.
Stephanie-especially with added yong liu!
Z-when give you a treat when you come back.

CK Lam said...

Nice find of CCF!

J2Kfm said...

This one IN the market?
I never tot of having breakfast in Tapah though.

But a reader recommended a fish cake + noodles stall on Jalan Stesen, opposite Kawan minimarket.

Name of shop is Hoi Sang, or something along the line.