The toast was standard – crispy and nice with thick slabs of butter and fragrant kaya. The wanton noodles were qq and black, with the wantons meaty but normal tasting. The Huanghe crossover was like a thick and forward yuan yang. Not bad cafe food, though a bit over-hyped.
Iced coffee (RM 4.90) is fancy and nice. Toast (RM 6) is good, with 2 thick toast (cut into 4). Half boiled egg is done perfectly. The Dry Wanton Noodle (RM 9.20) is harder than the KL version, and..
With the high rating and recommendations in social media, this place is reputable and if you are on a plan visit to Ipoh, it will be a better to visit them earlier and avoid the peak hours.
Verdict: The food we tried was rather run-off-the-mill and nothing really excited me. So, come only for the coffee (*^.^*)
The ambiance is nice in almost every corner of Chang Jiang White Coffee.
Ipoh white coffee is one of the town's most travelled revered food icons.
Overall, drinks were superb!