Eating is easily the best activity to do in Ipoh. Bean sprout chicken rice, 'kai see hor fun', egg tarts, white coffee, hakka mee, curry mee, ABC, caramel custard, yong tau fu and the list goes on. If you are visiting Ipoh for a 'makan trip' soon, I hope you are going with an empty stomach. Here's a list of 20 must-try food, coffee shops and restaurants to get you started.
Before Ah Weng Koh relocated to ICC Pudu, they were one of the hundreds of other food vendors in Imbi Market. Their Hainanese drinks are a bit unique, but there are plenty of coffee shops in town that make equally good Hainanese coffee and tea too.
Empire Nasi Lemak is a new nasi lemak kukus stall to try in SS15 Subang Jaya. Previously, the stall had been operating in various pasar malam in Klang Valley for more than 10 years. Their...
For some reason, I notice that popular food vendors from Petaling Street like branch out into Kepong/Jinjang area. It started with Hon Kee porridge, followed by the Portuguese grilled fish, Sze Ngan Chye roast duck and most recently Fried Hokkien Mee. The Hokkien mee mentioned is none other than Kim Lian Kee's - inarguably the most famous Hokkien mee restaurant in KL, since it's billed as the birth place of this ubiquitous noodle.