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Monday, 23 June 2014

Liew Kee (Ah Lek) Chee Cheong Fun vs 三少爷猪肠粉 San Siew Yeah Chee Cheong Fun, Teluk Intan

It was rather late after our hunt for Pomelo at Jalan Ampang. Initially Papa said no need go Teluk Intan la. But as we pass by highway, Papa saw the word Kampar. He asked Mamarazzi whether wanna buy Kampar Curry Chicken Bun or not. Mamarazzi said okay.

We must have missed a turning or something as the next signboard we saw was going to Bidor and Teluk Intan. Oh well....maybe it's meant to be that we go Teluk Intan.

Journey seems forever. Me sleepy leh


Finally arrived at Leaning Clock Tower of Teluk Intan. Didn't stop to snap photo. Just click click from the car. 

 The purpose of going Teluk Intan is for their famous Chee Cheong Fun. Papa wanted to try out the Chee Cheong Fun

It seems that there are several shop/stall that are famous for the Chee Cheong Fun.


 Among which is Liew Kee(Ah Lek) Chee Cheong fun . This place was easy to find. It's located at :

No 725 Jalan Hill
36000 Teluk Intan
Perak

Business must be super good. There were many baskets full of Sengkuang (Yambean) waiting to be process.


 This man was busy washing and have the machine to chop up the sengkuang(Yambean). 

 Mamarazzi got down from the car and bout 3 packets of Kar Liu(CCF with extra ingredient) Chee Cheong Fun at RM4.40 each


 Hey! This house looks familiar leh.....are we in Sibu?

Next stop...hunting for   三少爷猪肠粉 San Siew Yeah Chee Cheong Fun.  Some how Papa got the impression that the CCF place is somewhere near the town center. We round and round the place and yet couldn't find. 

tried to google the proper address, the mobile telco provided\r was sleeping that evening. Crawling slower than the snail.



 Ah.....finally found it after an hour search...

 Looks like big restaurant wor...maybe can have dinner here? But then when we went in, we found that they only serve Chee Cheong Fun. Knowing Mamarazzi not keen on Chee Cheong Fun, Papa said let's "tapau" and find other food food dinner.

Location for this shop is at No 1 Lorong 1, Taman Hong Kong, Jalan Sultan Abdullah, 36000 Teluk Intan Perak

That night, when we arrive home....Papa was anxious to try out the two Chee Cheong Fun. Left was the 三少爷猪肠粉 San Siew Yeah Chee Cheong Fun while the right was Liew Kee (Ah Lek) Chee Cheong Fun.

Mamarazzi did not taste them as earlier stated, she is not fond of these type of CCF. She can see that the Liew Kee CCF is more oily.

As for Papa....he said he likes Liew Kee's better ...however....he quoted that both did not have him "jumping up and down". For him, the best is still the ones that he tasted at Restoran Aneka Selera Chicken Cuisine Noodle House in Kg Subang.

Mamarazzi said most probably both kena penyet and when arrived home it's already cold. The next day Papa heat up the rest to eat and said it tasted better...but.....oh well....


42 comments:

  1. ah....teluk Intan...it's seem some 20 years since I have been there. I used to go there in my late teens when I worked as a computer technician.

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    1. wondering if it has changed much. our first time there

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  2. Yes I think eat them warm is much nicer. Ah so both also not very very nice.

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    1. it depends lo...if you grow up eating that you will say it's nice but if you tak biaa then you might not praise sky high

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  3. That's a special tower.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  4. Chee cheong fun use sengkuang meh? Hahhhhh!!!! Miss Sibu, ya? Can't get it out of your mind! Time to come here again...we can go to the nearby towns - Kanowit, Bintangor, Sarikei...all around 1 hour away.

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    1. yes Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun inti is sengkuang

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  5. A restaurant that only serve chee cheong fun? Wow! It must be good for them to survive!

    Haha. That rumah papan remind small kucing of Sibu? Cute!

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  6. Wah, J syiok oohh.. Go kai kai here & there, until dozed off in the car.. Good la, dozed off in the car also good, coz once wakeup, already reached destination and can makan makan liao..

    Eh, sekali pandang, Ah Lek CCF looks more hoi wai (to me la).. Looks like murtabak leh.. Hahahahaha.. But really, if me, I think I will try Ah Lek CCF first.. Of coz have to try both la, but I will choose to try Ah Lek CCF first..

    I'm a very simple person.. No go here & there for jalan jalan or makan makan.. For me, the best CCF is still the CCF bought from the market near mum's house in Cheras.. When mum comes for a visit, I always request for the same CCF.. Yummzzz..

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    1. J is okay one. Eat sleep play...when tired can snooze in car. Touch wood not grumpy

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  7. hahaha, Paparazzi's mouth said no need to go to Teluk Intan, but then his stomach asked his legs to step on the accelerator and missed the turning, and his hands to turn the steering wheel into Teluk Intan!!! how cute, or maybe just like what Mamarazzi said, it's meant to be.. so still, CCF for Paparazzi but no more curry chicken bun for Mamarazzi~~ :p

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    1. it was late in the evening...duno if the curry chicken bun still open or not leh

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  8. wah, Paparazzi really love those Teluk Intan style CCF huh?? look, hunting the two places since daytime until night time, Uncle SK wonders if Small Kucing felt hungry and merajuk inside the car?? hmmmm, call Uncle SK jakun, he has not eaten this type of CCF before, he saw before at CCF stall but then he never took that.. just took the liu and have no CCF because cutting down on carbs and oil~~ :D

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    1. tarak merajuk wor....but guai guai zzz... :p

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  9. patutlah.. all the way from Teluk Itan, the CCF kena wrapped and cold already, maybe not as nice as having them there right away.. heat it up and have a little soy sauce and pickled green chili would be nice, I guess.. maybe if got chance, Uncle SK also wanna try this type of CCF lah.. is it something like HK style CCF but this one got sengkuang and browned shallots inside instead??

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    1. yea if eat straightaway will be much nicer i think. yes have sengkuang and dunno what

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  10. The picture of the leading tower that you took inside your car, look quite clear duh...(don't have to get out of car, already got the view already, hehe!!! =])

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    1. coz a lot of cars there....malas park so just snap from inside the car la

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  11. My neighbour always buy me the CCF from Ah Lek... yes. 4.40..not cheap hor... once awhile eat ok.. I dont mind... something different from Ipoh...

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    1. yea...something different from KL too

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  12. Ini Kucings betul betul jalan and makan one lah. SALUTE!

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    1. muhahaha....you jalan and lari...we jalan and makan lor

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  13. I visited Teluk Intan often before my MP boss died. That small town is really famous for unknown wonders besides the leaning clock tower. Some said they purposely built it senget like Pisa to attract tourists but my father grew up in that town before WW2. He said it was straight when it was built, no arguments la. LOL

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    1. ooh like that ah...wei got what else good to eat there? Google aje everyone say CCF...no other things ka?

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  14. I forgot to tell you that right opposite the clock tower, there is a corner shop selling local biscuits and their kacang tumbuk is the best in the world. No kidding!

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    1. yes...Cleffairy bought once for us ...i think...is it heong peah?

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  15. Chee Cheong Fun used to be my daily breakfast 5 years ago handmade by old apek at hawker street (near to my ex-college) Couldn't find any CCF as delicious as cooked by this apek now..

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  16. I have never been to that leaning tower before!

    But their chee cheong fun looks special!

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  17. Nice journey to Teluk Intan for CCF. Well, at least you guys tried to find out for yourselves on the taste.

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  18. I saw many people posted about the Leaning Clock Tower of Teluk Intan and I really wish to go and see myself someday. But travel around Perak must a bit difficult for me especially when I don't have car around.

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    1. can actually rent a car here to get around. Roughly around RM100-RM200, depending what car you take . Cheap if share with friends. Cheaper that taking cab and buses when travelling around here

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  19. OOo..I also went to TI with my parents and kids during school holidays Didn't get to try the CCF but bought some of the tiger head biscuits.

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    1. think must go there eairlier to see the town. when we arrived it was sunset time

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  20. I don't think I have ever eaten CCF. I learn something new here every time I stop by.

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