The white coffee was smooth and tasted like mocha. The hor fun was really silky and the broth prawny and savoury – as good as I remembered it to be.
Came here for photoshoot with old trees and alley.
This shop remains one of the most popular tourist restaurants in Ipoh. The place is probably too small and too crowded. We didn't dine here, just tapau their egg tart (RM 2.60) and chicken bun..
Sun Yuan Foong (famous for Chee Cheong Fun) and Sin Yoon Long (famous for Wantan Mee) next door are "friendly", so you can order food from both shop. This shop is just opposite the super famous Nam..
The Coconut Tart was the most interesting and not like any tart I’ve had before. If you prefer the velvety egg custard texture, this isn’t for you. The familiar pie-like crust is back, but the middle was really dense and chewy like a macaroon. The sweet coconut filling is moist, so there were minimal crumbs that fell off while taking bites.
Sun Yuan Foong is traditional coffee shop in Ipoh Old Town. This coffee shop has been serving aromatic, rich and creamy white coffee for decades. Beside the coffee, a few of delicacies here are good too. To find out more details, please watch this video.
After a few minutes of waiting, our main course toasted kaya bread set RM2.20 has finally arrived with a nicely browned charcoal toast and a pair of half-boiled eggs. The bread has a super crispy texture while munching on it, kaya and butter are spread evenly on both sides of it, overall very delicious and satisfying.
Nothing beats the Iced Ipoh White Coffee RM2.80 with an aromatic taste of coffee bean, feels even more smooth after ice melts a little bit, goes superb well with Nam Heong egg tart.
The Caramel Custard served in Restaurant Thean Chun tastes so good with the perfect combination of the egg, milk and caramel.
The Custard here is probably one of the best or maybe the best in Ipoh city.