Rice is cold, chicken is chewy but very salty. Bean sprouts a bit under cooked. Kuay teow is smooth.
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In my opinion chicken rice is a simple dish that difficult to make it very good or vey bad. And this place is nothing special. But the service is something that bothers me as we have to order half chicken for the roasted. Very busy...More
Seems like this restaurant has been overrated for their sprout chicken rice. It's delicious but the price is a little bit pricy. We ordered like half size chicken and add on a little bit of fishballs and bean sprout, it cost us like 50, kinda...More
Expected crowds and long queue. Steamed chicken = Fair. Chicken rice = Fair. Meatball Soup = Better than above 2. Bean sprouts = Fair Cha Siu (sweetened barbecued pork) = Fair. Price = Fair. So overall satisfactory = Fair. Worth the queue? = No. Overrated?...More
Search the internet for Ipoh's famous nag choi kai and no doubt you will see reviews on both these leading restaurants located on the same street in Ipoh. Having patronised Lou Wong many a time before, this time we had lunch at Onn Kee for...More
Must be there before 6pm to get a table. Service is quick. Chilli not so good. The bean sprouts are fat and fresh. Chicken also fresh
Noodle soup is good and not too oily. The bean sprout is cooked just nice and not over cooked. Chicken is cooked so well and is not tough to bite.
Equally as bad as Lou Wong. This shop's chicken is tasteless, only relying on soy sauce, oil and sesame oil. Everything is just practically nothing but oily. Chicken is just tiny, the lowest grade of all. However Lou Wong's service is slightly better. Onn Kee's...More