Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken at Crystal Court

Arkensen needed us to drop him at school to return a lot of library books and to complete one of his lab work with his partner. After dropping him off, Ben decided to go to Crystal Court for lunch.

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Finally, I got the chance to try the Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken stall. At previous visit to this food court, there was no tables available. It was not easy to get a table this time but we managed to find one.

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I ordered the Hakka Pan Mee which is handmade noodle  with ground pork, fried anchovies, shiitake mushroom and some fried tofu skin.

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The noodle was al-dante (a little chewy) and it was good enough for my craving after not having this dish since my last visit to Malaysia.

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Nanzaro had the Penang Fried Kueh Teow for $7.25. The prawns were quite big and there were some clam meat too, although not the authentic cockles. There were lots of chives too.

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There was about 20 to 30 minutes wait for the food. This stall is popular, in fact Crystal Mall food court is very busy especially in the weekend.

Prawn Noodle

The above is Penang Prawn Mee which Ben had for lunch during one of the days that he works in the office.

Menu

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  1. Thanks Ben for this report. It’s been a while since I’ve read food court reports from you. I’m not into the recipe reports (but that’s just me).

    Thanks

    1. Suanne wrote it.

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