My local friend brought me to have our dinner here. We ordered a few plates of fried noodles. They were delicious!
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The boss and staff are having bad attitude... the service level is terrible ... not acceptable at all ... Environment is horrible ... dirty ...
Only complaint is that they do not have a printed menu.. Otherwise cannot fault the standard of food... Prices reasonable and high level of service... They even have lift chair to the upstairs level for elderly folks...
This is a very old established restaurant in the Pasir Pinji area. It is a popular venue for weddings. Limited parking. The bar be que pork is excellent. Clean and efficient.
We never fail to pop by Tuck Kee Restaurant for lunch whenever we stop over in Ipoh. Parking can be an issue as it can get pretty congested during meal times - especially lunch and dinner. They serve a variety of pork stuff - siew...More
This is the place to go if you want to enjoy simple local noodles or even freshly made traditional dishes with rice in an air conditioning environment. Locals like the roast pork and barbecue pork a lot. For this visit, the two of us just...More
Had ordered a wat dan hor fun, dai loke mee (something like Msia hokkien mee), and the boiled octopus. While the 2 noodle dishes were just passable, the octupus is really fresh and crunchy. Price is affordable. There is a Sun Tuck Kee restaurant beside...More
We have been told to eat at Tuck Kee when in Ipoh and we were glad we did. We enjoyed all the dishes we ordered. The restaurant was packed. Service was good. Recommended dishes : Wat Tan Hor, Smoked Duck, Yam in claypot, Mun Chong...More
Ordered 6 dish for 6 person Roasted whole duck, vege, tofu, sweet sour pork , and fish. Roasted duck is overrated but overall is good
Had a great dinner there with friends and family 😋food was good and the restaurant was clean and spacious and the price was reasonable