Nam Heong

After our walk and jog at the Polo Ground yesterday morning, I had a detour to the old town. I was looking for Nam Heong. Passed by a corner shop but not sure if it was the one. So I parked my car at the other corner and walked to the place. True enough..it's Nam Heong.

So the most popular food there is Hakka noodles. We stood for a short while before we got our table. The place is actually very small and it has limited seats too.
My girl and I quickly finished our food and gave our place to some other people who were actually waiting for our seats.



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Comments

  1. hmm... the original Old town white coffee... *LIKE

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  2. That's a nice tip...it would be a good stopover for me when by take a road trip in the future...

    Love to try more Hakka food.

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  3. before reading, i thought it's the Nam Heong chicken rice in Petaling Street, haha~~

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  4. so it was a scrumptious breakfast after the jog at this famous coffee shop..

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  5. did see there's lot of people in the shop, perhaps you should show the photo, haha~~

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  6. so are those Hakka noodles you were having??

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  7. cos they look a bit different from the version of Hakka noodles over here..

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    1. surely..different place has different ways of presentation

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  8. so nice of you to quickly finish your food and let the seats to other waiting patrons.. :)

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    1. I don't like to be looked at while I'm eating :)

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  9. hmm I never been to Nam heong to eat the Hakka noodles....
    normally if I go to old town .. I will go to Sun Yin Loong for their white coffee..

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    1. I don't usually go out to the old town so not so familiar

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  10. I grew up in Perak and often visit Ipoh, yet I have never went into this famous kopitiam...

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  11. Yes, always crowded cos of the limited space... I seldom go there bec of that..

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  12. This is one place I always must come when I am in Ipoh... hehehe..

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  13. Em... hakka noodle (in the photo) looks like wan tan mee, at least to my eyes.

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  14. I can't recall whether I had hakka noodle before or no. Sometimes I just order and eat.

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    1. Hakka noodles has minced meat and tauge.

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  15. But it's hard to find Hakka cuisine in Taiping. Hokkien food is easier to find :)

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  16. duno why i never take to hakka noodle

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  17. I had to tapau the YTF as we were in a hurry

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  18. Oh..that's how hakka noodles look like. Looks yummy.

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