Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah @ Ipoh (旺記祖傳豆腐花)

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Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah in Ipoh (旺記祖傳豆腐花) is fast becoming Ipohans’ new favorite place.  The stall started off as a small stall in Bercham and has now expanded to a bigger store on Jalan Ali Pitchay (Off Jalan Yang Kalsom).  When it comes to weekends and public holidays, good luck, because you’ll need the patience to queue. 

Woong Kee Ipoh
When it comes to tau fu fah in Ipoh, Funny Mountain would no doubt be the first to pop-up in one’s mind because it’s been around for ages and everybody loves its silken tau fu fah.  Wong Kee’s tau fu fah is just as good, if not better.  The texture of Wong Kee’s tau fu fah is extremely soft, unbelivably light;  you could almost eat it as if you were drinking water.

Wong Kee is also very creative with its ingredients.  We’ve tried so many different kinds of tau fu fah here and we’ll keep going back for more. Here’s the classic tau fu fah with sugar syrup that’s always a safe bet.
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Tau fu fah with ginger sugar syrup – a little more earthy because of the ginger.
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Tau fu fah with a mix of everything – red beans, grass jelly, and shaved peanuts.  If you want, you can just choose one or two toppings instead of adding all three.
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Tau Fu Fah with chrysanthemum sugar (photo below) – I was so amazed at the owner’s creativity for crafting this flavor to pair with the tau fu fah.  You get the elegant floral flavors from the chrysanthemum that goes superbly well with the tau fu fah.  The chrysanthemum sugar is not always available, so watch out their Facebook page for updates.  Another ingredient that you’ll have to check their Facebook pages for updates is the pumkin “tong yun” (glutinous rice, 湯圓) as it is also only available from time to time.

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Woong Kee’s soy bean drink has an option to mix in grass jelly.
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For something not too commonly seen, try the black soy bean drink.  Notice that the drink has a greenish hue which is the natural color of the beans after the removal of the black husk.
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All the yummy tau fu fah comes from this giant tub.
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A small seating area is within the store.
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More Info

Wong Kee Tau Fu Fah (旺記祖傳豆腐花) Facebook
Address : 32-38A (Bawah), Jalan Ali Pitcha, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia (Off Jalan Yang Kalsom).

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