Verdict: The Char Siew Wonton Mee was sublime, in terms of flavour and texture but does is really worth the price charged? I’ll let you do the judge. Ψ(￣∀￣)Ψ
Hokkien dai lok mee (thick noodle) @ RM 13. The texture of the noodle was too hard for our liking.
来到怡保，怎能错过到【The Alley 鹿角巷】打卡呢？ 最近火红的饮料 ：黑糖珍珠奶茶！！！
Both drink (Royal Milk Tea (M) and The Alley Milk Tea (M) tastes delicious. It tastes something different compare to the normal milk tea, you can get in KL. For me, it has a lovely hint of Jasmine Tea flavour that give a good taste to the drink. Royal Milk Tea (M) @ RM 7.50 (Add Tapioca RM 1) and The Alley Milk Tea (M) @ RM 8.40
Best Bubble Tea in Ipoh , Perak!!
Steamed pork ribs – soft, succulent and juicy, has a light salty hint of black soybean, taste great and appetizing.
Overall was a pleasant dining experience and once we finished our food, we proceed to the counter to make payment with our order chit.
Dim Sum prices here are between rm$2.25 to rm$5.65 but most items are between rm$3.80 to rm$4.15; noticeably cheaper than Klang Valley, but Iporians already complaining the price here have increased due to tourist.
The experience was delighting and if there are more stomach spaces, I do not mind having more of such bowls.
Service was friendly and before we left, the stall lady even greet and thank us for coming. Compared back to our home, we hardly had such "treatment" from hawkers that warm our hearts.
First up, we order a plate of Sotong Kangkung RM10.00 served with lots of brown squids, kangkung (water spinach), coarse peanut and drenched with sweet sauce. The brown squid, kangkung and peanut trio blend pretty well with the mild starchy sweet sauce, overall tastes are pretty awesome and definitely the best snack choice in tong sui kai. We literally just finished everything within bites by using chopsticks. 😉
Steamed Beancurd Skin Roll RM5.20 – two big rolls, remain steamy hot prior serve, soft and juicy while packed with pork and shrimp fillings.
Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant has very extensive menu of Dim Sum and other delicacies.
Reluctantly change plan to Foh San Dim Sum with a not so happy mood. We already know that despite being a highly-mentioned restaurant, the not-so-good comments they have are a lot too. Established since 1971, this award-winning restaurant is undeniably one of the first few eateries that will cross the mind of many when asked “what to eat in Ipoh for breakfast”. Is just like you will go for Pun Chun Duck Noodles when in Bidor. Famous, but, not our first choice
Ipoh-style chee cheong fun differs from what you can find in KL or places like Penang, in that it features mushroom sauce. This is unlike your Western-style creamy mushroom sauce, but is instead made from shiitake mushrooms, making for a broth with a lighter, darker consistency. The noodles are garnished with sesame seeds and fried shallots.
A great place to hit good renditions of a few Ipoh signature dishes in one go.
The pub have some quiet/private corners as well, a little bit further away from the life band. Great experience and excellent time here with a Chardonnay between my fingers!
Ever wonder where I always hang out? This place became one of my most frequently visited places since its open for business. Hails ...
A gastrobar-beer garden located on the ‘millionaire street’ of Ipoh; Jalan Lau Ek Ching, Bricks & Barrels serve a healthy variety of beers and whiskeys, with
Overall, everything sucks.
When you pay a visit to Nam Heong Ipoh, you will be greeted by eight of these Beauty Goddess 女神 like Dilraba Dilmurat, Hannah Quinlivan, Michelle Reis, Fan Bingbing, and Angelababy at Nam Heong Ipoh SOHO outlet The intention of using the robots was to improve the service efficiency and to cut down the waiting time by half from the present of 20 minutes during peak hours. Apart from this, it's much fun to watch these celebrities i-Waitresses Robots move around to serve food to diners at the restaurant.
Overall, we enjoyed the food and service from Yoke Fook Moon. Must order the big bao!
A pleasant dining experience without annoying table waiting time. Food were mostly above average, especially the carrot cake and will definitely come back for it on my next trip.
Some days you don’t need anything fancy. The food won’t blow your mind, but it is tasty and priced fairly. Although I do feel that the dining room could be brighter, I was put at ease by the family restaurant feel of this place. The staff today at Vintage Coffee & Bread were polite, attentive and patient to obvious out-of-towners like us. If I lived in Ipoh, I would come back here to get my kaya on bread fix. With their unintimidating menu that mixes Hainanese with familiar western elements, I would say that this would be a good place for cautious tourists to try some classic kopitam fare… or completely wimp out and order a tuna sandwich, whatever.
I would come back here to get my kaya on bread fix. With their unintimidating menu that mixes Hainanese with familiar western elements, I would say that this would be a good place for cautious tourists to try some classic kopitam fare… or completely wimp out and order a tuna sandwich, whatever.
Sponge cake with kaya or coconut egg jam, very nice and fragrant.