A flavoursome platter of Stir-Fried Eel with Dried Chillies, Onions and Spring Onion (RM12/USD3.60)
For more than two decades of rich legacy behind their resume, Sun Poh Poh Restaurant in Pasir Pinji of Ipoh has been constantly raved upon by the locals, especially residents staying around Pasir Pinji & Pasir Puteh. I for one, was born and raised in Pasir Puteh. Hence the familiarity when it comes to revisiting old classics like Sek Lau Zhi (Ais Sagu), Poh Lee Fried Chicken, and the other famous Fried Yong Tau Foo (Yong Liew) under some BIG trees (now renovated into a proper coffee shop).
Okay, for those who still wanna lament/gripe/cry injustice over the omission of Pasir Pinji’s legendary Lorong 5’s Chee Cheong Fun ….. I apologize, sincerely. The erratic business hours (1.30pm onwards on Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri only, notwithstanding sudden closure, public holidays or school holidays) and damn long queue for a plate of CCF is rather deterring. Someday, people …. someday.