Breakfast: Yee Fatt Curry Mee, Jalan Kampar Lunch: Yong Suan (Nasi Ganja), Ipoh Dessert: Llaollao, Ipoh Parade Dinner: Restoran Ong Kee
SIN YOON LONG WHITE COFFEE NAM HEONG WHITE COFFEE SUN YUAN FOONG WHITE COFFEE
Choong Kee Ipoh Famous Yong Tau Foo Dai Shu Geok (Big Tree Foot) Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah Xin Quan Fang Restaurant
HONG KEE CONFECTIONERY 鸿记饼家 FOOK KEE FRIED NOODLES 福记炒粉 RESTORAN NASI KANDAR AYAM MERAH (NASI GANJA)
The Travelodge Ipoh is a fairly “new” hotel that debuted in January 2020 as the city’s first internationally-branded hotel…. With 268 newly refurbished guestrooms in what can be considered a great location, the hotel definitely offers comfort, convenience, and connectivity for their guests, both business and leisure travellers….
Hubby ordered the Hakka noodle with radish pork leg. Hubby and I shared this breakfast set (RM5.80 only).
Steamed Tilapia with spicy sauce and topped with crispy fried lard.
As for me, I ordered the above pork leg stewed with daikon. Love this flavourful and tasty noodle served with hot peppery plain clear soup.
Steamed Tilapia with Nyonya sauce.
I ordered 2 plates of pie tees to share. Pie tees is one of my favourite snacks. I have the pie tee mould but I am lazy to make the pie tee shells.
A piece of House Quiche.
Steamed glutinous rice or loh mai kai.
I asked for their special and I was recommended the above Bao Loh Fun which is noodle (lai fun) with minced chicken meat, peanut, sliced carrot, Chinese pickled vegetable and sauce. To add more oomph to the noodle, I added the chili sambal to the noodle. You can't get this unique and tasty noodle elsewhere.
After having our plan postponed twice, we finally get to have dinner at the Warehouse, Palo 101. It happened to be raining heavily that evening and it took us a while to find the entrance to the Warehouse, which is a food and brew place located at 189, Unit 3, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, Taman Jubilee, Ipoh.