T.Dining Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

Sat­isfy your han­ker­ing for vin­tage food in a con­tem­po­rary am­bi­ence here with the ex­ten­sive menu of­fer­ing tasty treats.

Nam Heong made its name with its fa­mous chicken rice and Ipoh chicken hor fun (flat rice noo­dles). Un­sur­pris­ingly, these are must order items here. The non-roasted chicken comes ly­ing on a bed of bean sprouts and the req­ui­site slices of fresh cu­cum­bers, with a side of giz­zard and liver slices. The chicken skin sports an eye-pleasing yel­lowy sheen and its meat is firm and tasty, and goes very well with the fra­grant but­ter rice and home­made chilli dip.

The chicken hor fun comes with broth that is whole­some, suf­fi­ciently sweet and pro­vides the per­fect base for the silky smooth hor fun and the shred­ded chicken and prawns. This is a dish that one shouldn’t be ashamed to slurp down nois­ily!

No meal here would be com­plete with­out hav­ing a go at some light bites like the toast, soft-boiled eggs, egg on toast and dim sum. Desserts-wise, the sig­na­ture egg tarts are a no-brainer. The sur­face is smooth and glis­tens like a pond of gold en­cased within a bed of flaky pas­try. Take a bite into it and the firm sur­face gives way to an eggy and de­light­fully creamy cus­tard fill­ing.

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