Top 8 Best Ipoh Yong Tau Foo 2022

Yong Tau Foo is a famous Hakka dish for many people in Ipoh. It is named as Yong Tau Foo as it is the direct translation of Stuffed Bean Curd. It is usually made with homemade fish paste and mixed with other veggies stuffed into various sizes and served in a clear broth. 

In Ipoh, there are many restaurants and food stalls which provide you with tasty and fresh homemade Yong Tau Foo. You can order a dry version or soup based version according to your preference. Here is the list of the top 8 Yong Tau Foo in Ipoh 2022.

1. Man Yong Tau Foo (Restoran Pak Wan)

Man Yong Tau Foo Restoran Pak Wan
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Man Yong Tau Food is located in Restoran Pak Wan. Their Yong Tau Foo is acclaimed as one of the best yong tau foo by customers who eat there. The Yong Tau Foo is fresh and fulfilling plus it is recommended to eat it with brown octopus or squid.

Man Yong Tau Foo Restoran Pak Wan
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Operating Hours: 5am-9pm (Monday, Wednesday to Sunday)

Address: 85, Jalan Madrasah, Kampung Tengku Husin, 30020 Ipoh, Perak

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2. Assam Laksa @ Big Tree Foot (Dai Shu Geok)

Assam Laksa @ Big Tree Foot Dai Shu Geok
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Assam Laksa @ Big Tree Foot is famous for Yong Tau Foo. Many customers stand in line to enter the restaurant as they serve Yong Tau Foo with special chili sauce. It is freshly prepared and deep fried until it is crispy. It is priced reasonably at RM1 for large pieces making it a good value of money.

Assam Laksa @ Big Tree Foot Dai Shu Geok
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Operating Hours: 10am-3:30pm (Monday to Thursday, Saturday to Sunday), 9:30am-4pm (Friday)

Address: 1206, Jalan King, Taman Hoover, 31650 Ipoh, Perak

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3. Restoran Choong Kee “Pokok Besar”

Restoran Choong Kee Pokok Besar
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Restoran Choong Kee Pokok Besar, also known as “Dai Shu Geok” (Big Tree Foot), is Pasir Pinji’s most famous Yong Tau Foo stall. It appears to have relocated to a food court nearby, whilst another Yong Tau Foo stall has taken over its former location and is also engaged in the same Yong Tau Foo industry. A bowl of asam laksa or curry mee will also go well with a platter of homemade deep fried fish paste packed with various fillings.

Restoran Choong Kee Pokok Besar
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Operating Hours: 8am-5:30pm (Monday to Sunday)

Address: 1213, Jalan King, Taman Hoover, 31650 Ipoh, Perak

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4. Restaurant Foo Kwai Yong Tau Foo

Restaurant Foo Kwai Yong Tau Foo
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Foo Kwai Yong Tau Foo is an old restaurant with a large number of customers. It is a busy restaurant which sells Yong Tau Foo in the Bercham area. Customers are served with homemade Yong Tau Foo. Their Yong Tau Foo is wonderful, and the customers love to enjoy it with soy sauce noodles, curry gravy, or just clear stock soup. Besides that, the quality of Yong Tau Foo is good and sold at normal price.

Operating Hours: 8am-4pm (Monday, Wednesday to Sunday)

Address: 243, Jalan Bercham, Taman Desa Kenchana, 31400 Ipoh, Perak

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5. Tai Kar Rock Restaurant (釀豆腐)

Tai Kar Rock Restaurant 釀豆腐
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Tai Kar Rock Restaurant is also well-known for their Yong Tau Foo. It is served in a large amount and of different varieties to customers. Besides that, all the Yong Tau Foo are freshly made and are good to combine with fish paste. The fried Tau Foo skin is crispy and definitely worth trying out to satisfy your cravings.

Tai Kar Rock Restaurant 釀豆腐
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Operating Hours: 8:30am-5:30pm (Tuesday, Thursday), 8am-3:30pm (Wednesday), 8am-5pm (Monday to Friday)

Address: 22, Jalan Seenivasagam, 30450 Ipoh, Perak

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6. Kedai Kopi Kwong Hong

Kedai Kopi Kwong Hong
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One of Kedai Kopi Kwong Hong specialties is fish paste, which is crammed into a variety of Yong Tau Foo. If it hasn’t already, this savory and delectable creation will whet your hunger. Don’t forget to add a dish of grass jelly to help you beat the heat.

Kedai Kopi Kwong Hong
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Operating Hours: 12pm-5:30pm (Tuesday to Sunday)

Address: 692, Jalan Gunung Rapat, Taman Rapat Setia, 31350 Ipoh, Perak

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7. Kedai Makanan Kum Kee

Kedai Makanan Kum Kee
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Makanan Kedai Kum Kee is a local treasure tucked away in a housing estate. It is known for its “Dai Sai Keok,” a dish made out of braised pig trotter and chicken feet. Some individuals may not easily accept the idea of eating a nearly meatless section of a chicken or pork, but the Yong Tau Foo can always be substituted or added to create a full meal. The irregularity of the fish paste screams homemade and is packed with all kinds of variants, plus it is available deep-fried and soup-based.

Kedai Makanan Kum Kee
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Operating Hours: 4pm-12am (Monday to Sunday)

Address: 798, Jalan Raja Muda, Taman Pasir Pinji, 31650 Ipoh, Perak

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8. Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong

Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong
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Since 1937, Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong has spent countless hours researching on how to make the ultimate cup of coffee. As of today, this location is still open and serving Ipoh White Coffee in its original form. As a result, it’s safe to state that it’s one of the first coffee shops in Ipoh Old Town. Fill your empty stomach with Yong Tau Foo while sipping on some of the best cups of white coffee in town. As the ingredients are steeped in transparent soup, this bowl of delicacies is best to be served and eaten right away.

Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong
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Operating Hours: 6am-2:30pm (Monday to Sunday)

Address: 15A, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

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Want to have a bite on some fresh Yong Tau Foo? Visit these places to enjoy the crispy or soup based Yong Tau Foo. We hope you can leave an honest message and share it with your family and friends.

Besides that, let us know if we have left out any delicious Yong Tau Foo in Ipoh. You can send messages to us or leave a comment on our My Weekend Plan website! Hope you enjoy eating Yong Tau Foo with friends in Ipoh!


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