This Chee Cheong Fun is located on Jalan Pasir Pinji 5 in Ipoh Perak. It is open daily until everything is sold out. The stall is run by a old couple, the old man would make the chee cheong fun and the old lady with the help of an assistant would chopped up the chee cheong fun and top it with either green chili, fried onions, sesame seed, oil and soya sauce or with chili sauce, sweet sauce and all of the previously mentioned toppings. For me and Gill , we like to have it without the chili and sweet sauce, so that we can enjoy and savour the fragrant from the 'Har Mai'(dried shrimps), the sweetness from the 'fun' combined with earthy and salty soya sauce mix. Oh! Not to forget the sweet fried shallots. As compliments to the Chee Cheong Fun, the place als sells fish cakes and fishballs, but the taste are just average.

If you are not a regular customer or traveller to Ipoh it is a bit hard to find the place. But fear not I have the GPS coordinates, N 4*34'42.9" E 101*05'4.6". After you reach the place, be sure to look for their signature tricycle stall. But be warn, sometime you may have to wait for a long time as often there are many outstaion customers 'ta pau' tens of packets. The smart thing to do is to get a number first then venture to the main road to get some deep fried 'Yeung Taufu' or 'Char Liu' from the famous stall under the Big Tree.

On average, I would give this place:

  • 4/5 for value (price has increased)
  • 4.3/5 for taste
  • 3/5 for service (sometime old lady can scold or rude)
  • 3.8/5 for cleanliness
  • 3.5/5 for atmosphere (old scholl feel)

Here is the GPS coordinates, N 4*34'42.9" E 101*05'4.6"


  1. Christy // October 22, 2008 at 8:42 PM  

    Another post on the famous chee cheong fun! You're all making my family planning a trip to Ipoh soon...hahaha and dun worry, my daddy knows the way;)

  2. Jason Wong // October 22, 2008 at 8:50 PM  

    Be patient! There are more posting to come from our last trip to Ipoh and KL.

  3. ck lam // October 22, 2008 at 9:43 PM  

    Thanks to both of you, I am able to try out this chee cheong fun brought back by you all the way from Ipoh... definitely taste good with just the soy sauce and green chili.

    My family finished it off at one go...haha.

  4. Nate-n-Annie // November 2, 2008 at 7:14 AM  

    Ipoh CCF is the best! I like it with the chillies and sweet sauce too. But the chili sauce is good too sometimes.