Ipoh Hor Fun
Shown above is the version of ipoh hor fun with char siew and fried wanton. The fried dumplings are an extra add-on.
This plate of hor fun comes with slices of lean meat char siew that is soft. The hor fun is fairly smooth and is served with some vegetables and a dollop of dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste on the side. It comes drenched with a braised mushroom sauce.
Both the fried wanton and fried dumplings are crispy outside with soft meat filling containing water chestnut bits inside. Tastes decent.
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