I have probably driven past Tanjung Malim a few tens of times, but it was only last weekend that I decided to make a quick stopover to check out the town for some grub. Yik Mun is undoubtedly the most popular eatery in town - famous for their homemade steamed buns, coffee and Chinese-Muslim fare.
With the opening of Yuk Sou Hin (玉寿轩) at WEIL Hotel, Ipohians now have the chance to savour authentic, contemporary Cantonese cuisine prepared by Chinese Master Chef Chung Ho Shi. Hong Kong born Chef Chung has an impressive professional background, having worked in various international hotels before helming Yuk Sou Hin. If you’ve been searching […]
Location is the best thing about French Hotel. This newly-refurbished boutique hotel is situated right smack in the center of Ipoh town and you could get to most places of interests (food wise) on foot. It costs about RM125 for a windowless, superior king room per night and I think it’s fair as long as […]
Cowan Street Ayam Tauge‘s famous bean sprouts chicken is hailed to be the best in Ipoh and it has probably been blogged to death. But surprisingly many people are still not aware of this shop and they continue to patronize Onn Kee and Lou Wong. Just to be clear I have nothing against them because […]