QunKee Biscuit Ipoh Fresh Kaya Puff

Kaya Puff & Egg Tart @ QunKee Biscuit 权记饼家, Ipoh

In Ipoh, when Kaya Kok (Kaya Puff) is mentioned, Sin Eng Heong always comes to mind first. They are without a doubt the most popular biscuit shop in town and you can't deny their...
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!"
Nasi Kandar Ganja Ayam Merah Yong Suan Ipoh

Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah @ Yong Suan, Ipoh

The official name for the nasi kandar stall at Yong Suan is actually 'Perniagaan Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah'. If you are planning to eat in, simply seat yourself at any free table and the staff will come and take your order.
Ipoh Hong Kee Confectionery Best Egg Tarts

Hong Kee Confectionery – Best Egg Tarts in Ipoh

Hong Kee makes one of the best egg tarts in Ipoh that are reputed to have a crust with 48 crispy layers. It's a family run business and they get up as early as 3am to bake their pastries and cakes. The products are then delivered fresh to their stall in Weng Seng coffee shop around 6.30am.
Tong Sui Kai Dessert Street Ipoh

Tong Sui Kai 糖水街 @ Ipoh

Tong Sui Kai (Dessert Street) is one of the most happening eating places in Ipoh after the sun sets. The street is lined with dozens of food stalls mostly selling desserts (hence the name), snacks like rojak, boiled cockles and various noodles.
Fook Kee Fried Noodle 福记炒粉 Kampung SImee Ipoh

Fook Kee Fried Noodle @ Kampung Simee, Ipoh

Fook Kee (福记炒粉) is probably the most popular fried noodle stall in Kampung Simee. We stumbled upon them by accident after buying our egg tarts and kaya puffs from Quin Kee bakery to eat at the coffee shop they are operating from.

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