Reasonable price yong tau fu which taste wonderful, worth every penny as the ingredients use are solid.
My friends and I went to look for this yong tau fu stall in Pasir Pinji, Ipoh after hearing so much about it. It was one of the several stalls clustered under a big tree, thus its unusual name. The place was hot and very crowded when we arrived. We also had a hard time looking for a place to... More
This is dining experience with a difference - sitting under a big tree amidst hawker stalls scattered over the place. Getting here is one thing - finding a place to park is another! I sometimes have to go round the place 2 times in order to get a "proper" parking spot. The tasty yongtowfoo is freshly fried and replenished often.... More
it is a mini food centre with 7-8 stalls selling different foods together under one roof (big tree). most of them are just so-so. however, you have a good mix of different foods in one meal when you have a group of at least 4-5 persons.
Reasonable price, big portion , and good Yong Tow Fu. A bit to hard to find parking space, and the crowd is always there. Need to really squeeze between the crowd..as some aunties just didn't know how to queue. Red bean shake was tasty too. Will visit this place again.
the noodle stall is the top attration of all... most of the ipohan can't resist those deep fries... i highly recommend noodle served with laksa soup and have some deep fries as add-on... ice-crushed red bean is my favourite drink... it's really thirst quenching when you travel under hot climate in malaysia... another food i would like to recommend is... More
Anything / Anyplace that is well known for tourists are ruined by it (in Malaysia). This is a fact. If you are a tourist, this place defines Ipoh, you can't get any 'local' than this but if you are a local, due to it's a well known place for tourists, we seldom come here anymore because the place is usually... More
Big Tree Foot offers a dining experience we will not quickly forget. We are dining under hugh trees and the roots are exposed everywhere. Food wise, we heard the Niang Toh Fou is famous but we find it average, too much fried stuff. The char siew rice is ok , but we could not taste the roasted pork from another... More
Nice food, unbelievable price. Foods are great, one of the best! You just have to try the fried liu and ice blended red bean. Try to go before lunch as it will be extremely pack. The environment is under the trees, it is cooling.
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