We found a salted chicken shop in Jalan Tan Sri Teh Ewe Lim. It is somewhere in the middle, where the traffic light to turn into Jalan Sir Ibrahim is. There is a mini-market call Swi Huat and if I am not mistaken, the salted chicken shop is where Rhythm Bookshop was.
The shop is Luck Ee and looks modern and very much like the types we found in Ipoh town. However, the chicken is rather expensive at RM22 per chicken. Offhand, I cannot remember how much the salted chicken in Ipoh costs but it is definitely not over RM20.
The chicken is a kampung chicken and is really, really small. As you can see above, it is mostly skin and bones. Taste wise, it is not as good as the one from Ipoh. The other thing is they do not use the glass paper but use several layers of aluminium foil. The foil tore and the soup seeped out which make the whole box rather messy.
Well, if you are hankering for salted chicken and are not going to Ipoh anytime soon, then, do give it a try. I am now hoping for a trip to Ipoh soon to taste their salted duck. I love salted duck more than chicken because the duck has more meat and the meat is more flavourful and firmer. However, I have forgotten the name of the shop in Ipoh. (it is not the more famous one but another shop nearby the Lou Wong chicken rice place)