Hubby ordered the Hakka noodle with radish pork leg. Hubby and I shared this breakfast set (RM5.80 only).
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.
On and off, we will have breakfast at Restoran Kee Tuck Seak because hubby likes to eat the wat tan hor or the flat rice noodle with thick egg + cornflour gravy.
For 4 people, we ordered 3 bowls of Fish Noodles (rice vermicelli) with wine added. Hubby and I shared a bowl of noodle.
After morning walk at the lake park, we took our friends to Restoran Huan Le for fish noodles and fried noodle.
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.
The satay itself is not too bad but I would still prefer the ones I can get in Malacca.
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.
Kedai Makanan Nam Heong has several more stalls that sell various hawker dishes, but we have yet to taste any of them.
Old Nam Heong is a good place for an old town Ipoh coffee shop experience - it is one of the pioneers of Ipoh white coffee and everything is still like it was in the beginning.
The Crab fried rice had a simple presentation but surprised everyone with its astonishing depth of flavour and wok hei (breath of the wok) – something that can only be achieved by cooking the ingredients over high heat, sealing in all the flavours. It boasted just the right amount of seasoning – not too bland nor salty – and the sambal chilli sauce gave it a spicy kick.
We were recommended to try Chicken Maryland, an off-menu item that his portion could cater for 2 person. The dish is flawless in execution - nicely deep fried chicken breast of generous portion, served along with sausage, ham piece, wedges, French fries and salad. Nevertheless, I would not say it was mind-boggling as well. It weighed as a simple yet nice comfort food that I would glad to enjoy.
Chicken chop looks so yummy.
Kaya Butter Toast (RM 4.80) Since I am looking for some light bites, I ordered their toast bread which comes awesomely good. The toast bread all beautifully toast till perfection and with the light crust. The bread is spread with kaya at one side and Margerine at the other side. Nice.
For those who loves rice and dry curry meat, this will be a good choice.
Curry noodle @ RM 10.80 The red oil gave the impression that it was very spicy. It was not very spicy because my friend, who can't take too spicy food, enjoyed the curry very much. This is one of the best curry noodle we have tasted.
Fish head curry
Nyonya assam patin fish slices - sweet sourish appetizing dish.
Braised chicken and pig's stomach in clay pot. This is a favourite and their signature dish. Even those with weak gums will enjoy this dish.
My favourites were the fried dumplings and the charsiewbao, which as nice and fluffy. Everything else was fresh and tasty, but I can’t say it’s the best dimsum I’ve ever had. Maybe because I’m used to the dimsum I always have in my native Puchong.
This place offers almost hotel standards dim sum & the portions are big too. Good price. Certainly recommendable! Sun Kim Aik
A classic dim sum outlet in Falim near Menglembu, Sun Kim Aik serves very fresh dim sum for breakfast, away from the maddening crowd in town. Various creations
So yes, I'd totally recommend this place. No wonder everyone loves it here.
Patisserie Boutique is a fresh entry on the row that now contains what looks like the highest concentration of hipster cafĂŠs in Ipoh's Old Town; it tries to bring a ...
Steamed Tilapia with Nyonya sauce.
I wanted to try something new but always ended up ordering prawn noodle.
This assorted vegetables coated with salted egg is our favourite dish. And our favourite is the crispy lotus root slices.
Once you reach Kafe Yoon Wah, first, you wouldn’t want to miss having their famous icy snow beers priced at RM20.00 each, you can order with the waiter or directly with the beer girls (faster-serving speed) constantly lingering around the restaurant. Once the beer being poured into the cup, the foam immediately crystallizes and become icy (like smoothies), from here onwards, you will need to consume asap so that you can get the best out of it, superb delicious, chilling and refreshing! 😉
I was here the Jalan Bijeh Timah and accidentally dropped to seat opposite 新元华 "Sun Yoon Wah", this one I am having supper and the snow beer is called 元华 "Yoon Wah" and the Beer lady said one is the father and the other is the son's cafe!
Verdict: If you’re bored of the usual must-eat food such as Dim Sum, curry noodles, bean sprout chicken rice and etc at Ipoh, cafe hopping is a good alternative too!
Waiters were very polite. You just feel very much relax there. Food is awesome.