It is quite ashamed to say that there are many delicacies in Malaysia that have not been introduced. Many people are introducing more foreign food. Today, the editor suddenly wanted to write a recommendation for the best food spots in Ipoh since I was a child. Ipoh is a gourmet paradise, with a variety of cuisines, from authentic traditional cuisines to emerging creative cuisines, all of which are mouth-watering. So I’m here to introduce to you the latest must-see TOP5 food spots in Ipoh, which are not to be missed by both locals and tourists.
I would recommend Cafe Sun Yoon Wah Snow Beer, mainly because the store is located in a good environment. Imagine that you are sitting by the road, drinking a glass of ice-cold Snow Beer, coupled with a gust of evening wind, you say , isn’t it cool? Of course, in addition to Snow Beer, there are also many tourists who order food here. The signature dish of this restaurant is super delicious!
Location: 7, Jalan Bijeh Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak
Time : Mon – Sun : 1.00pm-12.00pm
2. 忠记兵如港口大树头炸料粉 Restoran Choong Kee “Pokok Besar”
Bingrugang’s most famous delicacy is “cheap and delicious”, and the Chung Kee fried food stall next to the foot of the big tree is indispensable. Chung Kee has been operating in Bingrugang for 25 years. The brewing ingredients are prepared according to the secret recipe handed down from the ancestors. Tofu fish is used to make the brewing ingredients. At the same time, the clear soup, curry and laksa soup bases are all freshly prepared in-house, and the taste is particularly delicious. About 20 kinds of homemade fried materials and brewed materials are provided every day, and the fried materials are fried and sold on the spot, so that diners can taste the freshest and crispy fried materials. There are fried wontons, fried beancurd skin, fried eggplant, fried pepper, fried eggplant, fried okra, fried fish cake, fried sago and so on. His fried ingredients are fresh and crisp, fresh and hot, very tempting.
Location : 1213, Jalan King, Taman Hoover, 31650 Ipoh, Perak
Time : Mon – Sun : 8.00am – 5.30pm / Wednesday : Closed
Kedai Kopi Yee Fatt was once listed as “One Hundred Most Flavorful Traditional Coffee and Tea Restaurants! The ancestral curry secret recipe developed by the owner’s father-in-law has been passed down for 65 years since 1955~
Known as the best dry curry noodles by Ipoh people, in addition to the delicious Nanyang curry flavor, it is added with char siu, roasted meat and chicken, served with lemongrass, garlic, green onions and sprouts. It is fragrant and appetizing. You can also order its glutinous rice chicken with curry, which tastes very special. The unmissable traditional egg tea has a hint of sweetness (not very sweet) and its egg fragrance is really great.
Location : 39, Jalan Kampar, 31650 Ipoh, Perak
Time : Tue – Sun : 7.30am – 2.00pm / Mon : Closed
4. 天津茶室 Restoran Thean Chun
Restoran Thean Chun is just opposite concubine lane, and it is a tea room where many tourists come to eat. The signature here is chicken noodle and stewed egg. Chicken Shredded Sand Hor Fun is another unpretentious but delicious dish. The broth stewed with chicken bones and shrimp shells is very sweet, and the Sha Hor Fun is creamy and smooth. Stewed eggs are better than eating desserts. The slight fishy smell of eggs and the sweetness of caramel are well balanced, and the feeling of popping in your mouth is super happy!
Location : 73, Jalan Panglima, 30000 Ipoh, Perak
Time : Mon – Sun : 7:30am – 4.30pm / Thursday : Closed
This is a well-known (time-honored) Tak Kee Fried Noodle shop in Ipoh. This time-honored fried noodle stall with a history of more than 50 years, Tak Kee is located in the same row as the famous old yellow sprout chicken.
Just like the wording on the signboard, Tak Kee specializes in noodles. Every customer must order some side dishes. Among them, the most popular ones are braised chicken feet and sweet octopus. The sweet octopus is only served with soy sauce. The seasoned boiled octopus is delicious. The must-eat here is Moonlight River. Moonlight River is actually stir-fried sand river noodles. Raw eggs are beaten on top and served, and the chopsticks are scooped and mixed. The same is the signature dish here. Super delicious and smooth.
Location : 61, Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Taman Jubilee, 30300 Ipoh, Perak
Time : Mon – Sun : 1.00pm – 10.30pm