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“Nice Hakka Noodles”

Hakka Mee Restaurant Paris (Yin Yau Kui)
Ranked #93 of 619 Restaurants in Ipoh
Cuisines: Malaysian
Description: Serving only the most authentic hakka mee in town; a family recipe passed down through generations that dates back to over half a century ago and operated by the third generation descendants of the man that started it all.
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Description: Serving only the most authentic hakka mee in town; a family recipe passed down through generations that dates back to over half a century ago and operated by the third generation descendants of the man that started it all.
Reviewed 6 January 2018 via mobile

Nice and tasty when fish sauce is added to the mee. A kindly tips don't order mix fish balls and those fried fish cakes because they are not honest. Have to order how many pieces you want if not it will be very pricey!

Thank joanne932
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Reviewed 28 December 2017

The stall holders were friendly providing a steaming bowl of Hakka noodles and yong tau foo and strong and earthy for an early morning booster. Go early to avoid the crowds.

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Thank LKCLiew
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

Dry noodles with minced pork served with fishball soup. Corner shop. shop close by 12pm. come early.

Thank KalaivaniS35
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Reviewed 20 October 2017

This is one of the traditional Hakka dish. But over the years the dish has change a bit which I can understand why. The old way of cooking the yong tau foo is gone. But they still keep their heritage in the best way for everyone to try.

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Thank alistair15
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Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

There's a big tree outside the shop that cover their signage, but there a Hakka mee signage and it in google map as well.
They served a very nice noodle and 1 portion might be too little for some, so you can order one-half for bigger portion. We had it for breakfast so the portion just nice, and we add 1 bowl of mixed tofu and meatball which has a tasty soup.
It's not crowded during our visit but i believe during weekends it will be packed. Price wise very reasonable, it's RM3 for the noodle (at the time we bought).
A bit weird that for take away they only provide chopstick and no spoon, no a big deal i guess, because nearby there's a good soya bean shop that very delicious as well, just get some extra plastic spoon from them :)
This place is highly recommended!

Thank TimOey
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