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Continuing our effect of exploring more eateries in the west part of Klang Valley that is .. Klang itself, today we’re going to look at one of the most popular roast duck restaurants in the area.

The name of the restaurant is I-Po, and as you may have guessed, a play on the spelling of Ipoh, the town up north famous for ladies with fair skin and temples within holes in their mountains.

Resotran I-Po, Klang
Resotran I-Po, Klang

The restaurant itself isn’t too difficult to find, it is accessible via two different major roads in Klang, and parking isn’t something entirely too challenging.

As an additional advantage, unlike most restaurants in Klang, this one speaks Cantonese (since they’re from Ipoh, I assume) in addition to Klang style Hokkien and Mandarin, which can be convenient to some.

roast duck, roast pork, ribs, and more
roast duck, roast pork, ribs, and more

The restaurant offers a little more than just roast duck, you can also find roast pork, bbq pork, pork ribs, and several types of vegetables, tofu, eggs, almost ala mixed rice style.

For lunch, we ordered a portion of roast duck, roast pork, ribs, and some salted vegetable to go with good old fashion steamed rice. A little bit of everything, really.

a closer look at these roast meat goodness
a closer look at these roast meat goodness

The roast duck did not disappoint, properly flavored, succulent meat with crispy skin, could hold its own among the better ones (such as Loong Foong & Sunrise in PJ, Chen Chen in KL, Sun Ming in Cheras), but the duck seems slightly smaller in size though.

They’ve also got the skin for their roast pork down perfectly, which seems like something eateries at Klang does very well. The pork ribs though isn’t exactly comparable with the gems at Peng Heong just a few kilometers away.

What I really like though, is the condiments they provide here. The home-made chili sauce here is very different from the ones you get at usual roast duck places, it is slightly sweeter but has a good kick to it, I find it very appealing. Of course, the usual roast duck sauce is offered as well.

Haze and KY at I-Po restaurant
Haze and KY at I-Po restaurant

Overall I’d say it is a restaurant definitely worth visiting, especially if you’re at this part of town. Food’s pretty good and prices are fair. Remember, Klang isn’t just about bak kut teh.

map to i-po roast duck, klang

Address:
I-Po Restoran
180, Jalan Batu Unjur 1,
Taman Bayu Perdana,
41200 Klang, Selangor
GPS: 3.015270, 101.432853
Tel03-3324 2295
Hours: 8am to 5pm, closes on Wednesday

Discuss : KY eats – Roast Duck at Restoran I-Po, Klang

  1. KY, interesting side dish. It it mui choy? Cantonese would have cooked bok choy or Chinese broccoli.

  2. immature 2.0

    hey ooi blondie! what he/she ordered? kekekekekekeke

  3. KY, world apart bloging bring people closer. What wrong in learning of different cultures? I am Chinese and there Chinese all over the world living many different kind of life. Have a Chinese friend from Rhodesia always also full questions on many things in many different cultures.

    Thanks for sharing your Malaysin Chinese culture on your blog. My friends and family read it every day.

    • Vickie: certainly very true, I got to know many people from blogging and I’m glad you’re one of the readers who left comments on this site almost every post, I look forward to it all the time.

      • KY, I know some questions seem silly or dorky not just for or from me it from other readers with me at time who want to know and learn of things in Malaysia. Food is most interesting in some way same other way not really. Like that mui choy dish. We do not have that in San Francisco restaurnts due mostly Cantonese and Hongkongnese style food.

        I try find a recipe for stir fried mui choy.

        • Vickie: haha, it’s never dorky, I find them interesting, it is a chance for me to learn more about other parts of the world too. I’ve had time spent in US so I can understand some of the differences. Like General Tsao’s chicken, you can’t find that here and I really liked it.

          • immature 2.0

            uncle, you need to tell her that sup buntut is in English. Dont want her to come here, goto KFC and order “buntut in soup pwease” aiiiiksssssssss

  4. I do like a good piece of roasted duck with wanton mee

  5. Oh, I like this sweetish mui choy. That seems like quite a lot of meat for two! 😉

  6. i usually go to Klang for different reasons.. mainly seafood n cendol.. but ok la… will look out for this duck! 😛

  7. Yum yummmm!!! Duck!!! And roast pork belly!!!

    The duck’s smaller? These days, we have ducks from Taiping and some other places in Perak – sold frozen at the supermarkets. Dirt cheap! Bought one the other day, RM12.50 only, cooked braised five spice duck – very nice…but yes, it wasn’t all that big!

  8. It’s been ages since my last had roasted duck, I miss it ~>_<~

  9. I would like to check with you that,do you have delivery to door step?

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