Sarawak Kolok Mee with Prawns Kepong Food Court

Sarawak Kolok Mee @ Kepong Food Court

Recently, I have been having my dinner at Kepong Food Court (甲洞美食中心) quite frequently. Besides Thai Taste which is now my regular Thai food haunt, I have also discovered a few other good food...
Choong Kee Pasir Pinji Ipoh Famous Yong Tau Fu

Choong Kee Yong Tau Fu @ Ipoh

Sometimes, the line between tourist trap and local authentic food is a thin one. Whenever Pasir Pinji's Big Tree Foot Yong Tau Fu is mentioned, I get the same reaction: "it's a freakin' tourist trap!"
Thai Taste Thai food stall Pad Thai Kepong Food Court

Thai Taste @ Kepong Food Court

Until I am able to find a tastier Pad Thai in Kepong, the one served by Thai Taste stall in Kepong Food Court shall be my favorite. We thought Senthai & Mookata's version was good enough, but as the Chinese saying goes "一山还比一山高" - there's always someone better.
20 recommended food and street food to eat in Ipoh restaurants

Top 20 ‘Must-Eat’ Places While In Ipoh – Best of Ipoh Food

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.
Ah Weng Koh Hainan Coffee Kaya Butter Toast ICC Pudu

Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea & Coffee @ ICC Pudu, KL

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.
Ruam Mit Ton Lamyai Market Chiang Mai

Ruam Mit @ Ton Lamyai Market, Chiang Mai

Thailand is simply superior when it comes to desserts. Some Thai desserts that we are so accustomed to eating such as mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and red ruby are easily and readily available over there - either sold in restaurant or by street food vendor. But Ruam Mit is what we really crave (after having something similar in Cambodia and Vietnam) and we always keep an eye out for it.

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