Ipoh Best Tau Fu Fa at Woong Kee Jln Ali Pitchay
For teatime treats the best Tau Fu Fa in Ipoh is at Woong Kee Jln Ali Pitchay.
This is local Ipohan’s favorite soya bean curd dessert place. Woong Kee comes highly recommended by the tau fu fa loving locals.
The stall started as a small stall in Bercham and has now expanded to a bigger store. There’s seating in bar-like stools in the shop and customers get to step right in. Customers are more than happy with the self-service and sitting on the plastic stools on the veranda way.
Eat Woong Kee Tau Fu Fa in your car!
Otherwise, you can opt to have it served in your car and you get to enjoy your dessert in air-conditioning comfort.
For takeaway, just could call or honk for service.
I’m thinking the successes of Ipoh’s soya bean dessert stop and their need to operate out of a hole in the wall shops.
Compared to Ipoh’s other famous shop with it minuscule servings in tiny bowls, 旺记豆腐花 Woong Kee serves a decent-sized bowl of soya bean curd.
The notoriously long queues of the other tiny shop are absurd!
During weekends and public holidays, you will need both luck and patience to find a parking spot and queue just to have a bowl of dessert and a drink!
Why do Visitors Queue for Woong Kee Tau Fu Fa?
The texture of Wong Kee’s tau fu fah is unbelievably light and very soft.
It’s so smooth that slides down your throat easily and feels so silky. This treat is lightly sweetened with your choice of strong ginger syrup, basic or palm sugar.
We find the humble soya bean curd in every town in Malaysia.
In Ipoh, the homemade soya bean curd is a Must Eat item for visitors.
The secret to Ipoh’s Soft Tau Fu Fa
This is an open secret in the land of King of Bean Sprouts in Malaysia.
It’s the hard water from the limestone hills surrounding the heartland of Ipoh’s Kinta Valley. The hard water makes the bean sprouts that grow here incredibly FAT, long, crunchy and succulent.
As for the unique qualities of spring water, it makes Ipoh soya bean curd smooth and soft!
What to Order at Woong Kee Tau Fu Fa?
Woong Kee offers Tau Fu Fah with a mix of mushy red beans, grass jelly, and shaved peanuts.
You’re the boss of your dessert so; you can just choose one or two toppings or even take all three.
You could order chrysanthemum syrup instead of the ginger syrups.
There is pumpkin tang yuan (pumpkin glutinous rice balls) if you like something fancy.
As its just a dessert, some may ask if it’s halal or non-halal. I’m not an expert on this.
As for Lily and me, we stick to the old tested recipes and take away out desserts to eat at home.
旺记豆腐花 Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah |32-38A (Bawah), Jalan Ali Pitchay, (Off Jalan Yang Kalsom) Ipoh | Telephone: 016-533 3210 | Business Hours: Daily 1 pm – 6 pm
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