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Monday, 24 October 2016

Pusat Kuih & Kek Khoo Eng Chee, Ipoh

A-la-la-la-la-long ago we went to Ipoh. Was it last year? Hmmm... think so...Mamarazzi found these photos in the blog draft ...some how it's floating there more more than a year.


Wokay, guess it's time to share it. Well....after queuing up for mooncakes for more than an hour at Ming Yue last year, Mamarazzi saw a shop nearby also have quite a number of people. Must be something good there


A bakery...old style bakery. 


Business seems to be pretty good. There was people queueing for the kuihs there. 

They have large varieties of kuih-muih. Hmm...anything you can think off..maybe can find it here.


Mamarazzi bought a bit of this and that. Bought Chai Kuih (vegetable) for Papa. Quite big and a lot of inti.
Some nyonya kuih for herself


And Angku for me. 

If you are craving for some local nyonya kuih, you can try out this shop.

Here is the address : 44, Jalan Tokong, 31650 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.

Business hours : 8am to 8pm

Opens daily except Sunday


57 comments:

  1. A-la-la-la-la-la your mamarazzi is memang Nenek Kebayan already. Shake her sarong and you will see all her kerosang, pins and spiders dropping out. I am sure she has more photos sitting inside her blog drafts.

    I sukak to eat Nyonya Kuehs. I love to eat Ang Koo the most and prefer to fry them sometimes. The crispy texture would be so heavenly nice. The Chai Kueh is also my favourite as I am a Teochew nang. Yesterday we just brought some Singapore friends to try our kuehs at Nyonya Colours at One-Utama. They loved it like crazy and voted it better than Singapore's Bengawan Solo chain. LOL

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    1. kekekeke....ya lor baru dig out and post

      I have heard of fried angkoo but never taste

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    1. ya....collorful till dunno which one to choose

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  3. If i see the bakery, i will sure end up buying...

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  4. Actually the kueh here is mar mar only... but if buy in bulks to sell, then ok lar.. I still like those sold in 1-Utama.. nyonya colors... very nice and quality kueh..

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  5. Wah. Basi post but everything looked pretty authentic and good in there.

    I like the colourful trays.

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    1. Post basi tak apa...the kuih no basi LOL

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  6. I sure would love to try but not angku - we have nice ones here now, just RM1 each.

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    1. RM1...now everything so price...last tie rm1 can get 3 angkoo

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  7. I like to eat kuih
    unfortunately hard to get one in KL

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    1. too much work to make so not many will make and sell

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  8. My fav is the angku. This shop is definitely the kuih-muih haven, one which is popular as well.

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  9. Very nice! Old style bakeries are the best!

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  10. I love all sorts of kuih! Next time come Taiping and try!

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  11. The angku is very beautiful, the color of fall. What is it made of?

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    1. It;s made of glutious rice flour and bean paste as stuffings

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  12. Wonderful! Always enjoy these. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Again you show me Some new things.
    Enjoy!

    Kind regards,

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  14. I love to see the way they prepare the food items:)

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    1. Hmm.... it's a lot of work making it

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  15. I like this bakery, got so many kueh to choose. I sure rambang mata here, all also want to taste. But my favorite is angku kueh. Especially when leftover and fried in the pan. Ho chiak!

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    1. ya lor...really dunno what to buy..everything looks good

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  16. Hello!:) Everything looks very good, and nicely displayed in the old style bakery. Have a great week!:)

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  17. This kuih shop is very popular with those doing small business and for those holding functions. I have tasted the kuih there.

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    1. Wah famous ka? LOL... didnt know. Only know when google wanna write post

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  18. for me old bakeries are more trust able then new ones because they care for their reputation mostly

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    1. Not only old but these type of kuih not many will make anymore coz a lot of work involve

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  19. I would love to try some of all of this. I'm glad this draft waited for you for a year to post. Great find.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. hahaha...yea...so many draft yet to post up

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  20. Thanks for your visit. I love Thai food so different to what we get here. We had a great holiday in Phuket some years ago and loved eating there down at the beach. Have a good week Diane

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    1. Oh this is not Thai food. But we like thai food too :)

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  21. I learned a new word today...backery, meaning old style bakery.

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  22. Me too...always follow the crowd especially when I am not that adventurous.

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  23. The old bakery looks good! Those round ball bread appetizing are me.

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    1. Round ball actually not bread. It's a type of fried glutinous rice with either red bean paste or peanuts in it and coated with sesame seeds

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  24. Oh I will love this place. Make sure remember to go the next time go Ipoh.

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  25. Waa...really so many kuih. I would go crazy trying to choose which one to buy!

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