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Kai See Hor Fun (鸡丝虾河粉) is a Malaysian Chinese noodle dish consisting of hor fun (rice vermicelli), served in a prawn and chicken broth, with chicken breast strips, prawns, Chinese chives and prawn oil.

The broth was light and fragrant, with hints of deep fried shallot oil. The chicken breast strips were just the right amount, and prawns, although small, were sweet. It’s not hard to find good kai see hor fun, but it can be a challenge to find a great one outside Ipoh, and this is definitely one of the better ones. Although a meal on its own, this dish is usually complemented with a side serving of steamed chicken (白切鸡) drizzled in soy and sesame oil. The best thing about this place is they also serve a healthy helping of braised meats (卤肉), of which their braised pork intestines (卤猪肠) stood out the most with its sweet disposition.

💵 RM6.50 / portion
💫 4 / 5
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