Yau Tet Shin is not only happening at night, there is a tasty wanton mee stall in the morning which I love it.
No doubt, with the famous Lo Wong Bean Sprout Chicken & Onn Kee along the street, almost every tourist comes to Ipoh will sure drop by this street.
As for morning, there is a stall selling wanton mee at Kheng Hai Coffee Shop( pink colour building). At night, there is a stall selling salted chicken in this coffee shop.
I was first introduced to this wanton mee stall by an uncle. He loves the noodle, pork trotters and chicken feet serving here as well.
Since I am not a fan of the both, I always come here for the wanton, dumpling and noodle!
The noodle texture is something I love, bouncy and nicely mixed with the dry sauce.
The wanton and dumpling are freshly "made"/ "wrapped", I love them!!
This will be my choice for breakfast.
p/s: The stall opens around 7.30am - 11am.