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    "Tung Gu Ting" and Woolleys: 5. At night - there's ...

    by 4Czens Updated Sep 11, 2002

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    ABC

    At night - there's Woolleys in Ipoh Garden. Lots of stalls. But I prefer the Selera Makan next to it (Tung Gu Ting).

    Favorite Dish: Ice bubur cha-cha and ABC (Ais Batu Campur)!!!
    It's a sweet desert.
    Even if you don't know what ABC stands for, just ask for ABC...everyone in Malaysia knows what ABC is!

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    The famous Fu San: 4. Dim Sum, anyone?

    by 4Czens Updated Sep 11, 2002

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    The famous Fu San Restaurant
    Be sure to reach there early. Possibly by about 7am. Even then, i think there's already many people. Older folks like to go and have their early morning breakfast. This place is usually very packed 'cos it VERY FAMOUS!

    Favorite Dish: Dim Sum!!!
    'char siew pau' (er, if you're not Muslim. 'Cos it's pork buns), huge fish balls, 'malai kou', egg tarts, and the variety of dim sum.

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    3. Drink Ipoh's famous White Coffee

    by 4Czens Updated Sep 11, 2002

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    You must try Ipoh's famous White Coffee. There's this place with a few shops selling white coffee..maybe in New Town? They also have Hakka Mee...or you can just order toast bread to dip into your white coffee. :)

    You can also get this in Sun Heng Loong Restaurant...will get the location for you!

    Coffee in Ipoh is much much better than in KL! Thicker, richer taste. Coffee in KL tastes like diluted Nescafe. Bleagh!

    Favorite Dish: White Coffee!!!
    I even have the 3-in-1 packs at my workplace for that tea-time cuppa! Mmmmm...

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    Tin Chun and Kong Heng: 2. When in Old Town...

    by 4Czens Updated Sep 11, 2002

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    Tin Chun Restaurant and its neighbour Kong Heng
    The two restaurants side-by-side are equally good. You can order food from any of the two and they'll happily serve you.

    Favorite Dish: Popiah (it's yummy!), Ipoh sar hor fun, chee cheong fun, sotong kangkong, satay (look out for the satay man..he's quite a PR person)..

    Try their caramel custard pudding as well. You can only get this in Tin Chun, though, so sit at the right coffee shop. Mmm!

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    Lok Wee Koi: 1. When In New Town..

    by 4Czens Written Sep 11, 2002

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    Let's go to Ipoh in the Perak state 'cos that's my first stop for delicious and affordable food.

    Ipoh is well-known for its food. So, when you're there, be sure to tuck in! Most people know of Ipoh's famous Bean-sprout chicken 'Nga Choi Kai', but there's lots more! The names of restaurants are in Chinese.

    Favorite Dish: Ipoh Sar Hor Fun, Hor Hee, Beef ball noodles, fruit rojak, ice-cream float (ice-cream in your soft drink)

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    Wah Chai, Menglembu: Walking Catfish...!! (or Sang Yu in Cantonese)

    by yeikloen Updated Aug 29, 2002

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    No Ambience but food is better and good. Try their deep steam catfish and fried onions and ginger catfish. Also available on the menu are crabs, and prawn but catfish is something not to be missed.

    Favorite Dish: Deep Steam Catfish (Yow Cham Sang Yu)
    Fried Onions and Ginger Catfish (Keong Choong Sang Yu)

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    The kinds of restaurants I eat at...

    by 4Czens Written Sep 11, 2002

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    The kinds of restaurants I eat at will probably not be listed on any Malaysia food guide list because:
    1. They're not big, fancy eateries
    2. They may not cater to foreign tastebuds
    But, I believe that's where the local tastes are and for anyone who wants to live like the locals, they should just check it out.

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    Chang Jiang Coffee Shop: Pak Kopi (White Coffee)

    by Sambawalk Written Dec 10, 2005

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    One of my favourite coffee shops in Ipoh is Chang Jiang. It serves good white coffee. The aroma and fragrance is good. Most of the coffee shops in Ipoh also serve white coffee. RM1.2 a cup.

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    Food Corner: No restaurant

    by Paperinik Written Nov 30, 2005
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    we had dinner and lunch on the street, not to many dishes to choose but very "real"

    Favorite Dish: I dunno what I ate......my friend chose for us.

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    The Wooden House: Simple Food in Cool Comfort

    by gnh Updated Sep 8, 2005

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    The Wooden House
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    Favorite Dish: OIt's more comfortable eating in an air-condidtioned restaurant.

    Plenty of these in shopping complexes. This is in Kinta City Shopping Complex.

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    Tau Fu fah: a cool glass of soya

    by airasia Written Jan 9, 2005

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    There are no tables. Only limited chair. So many customer 'drive in'. meaning order while you are inside the car.

    Favorite Dish: Soya bean juice plus grass jelly.

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    Restoran Foh San: Only avaiable for dinner

    by airasia Written Jan 9, 2005

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    Avaiable for dinner only.

    Favorite Dish: This restaurant is run by the Perak Chinese Dramatic Associations. All sort of typical chinese food is served here.

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    Weng hwa chicken rice: chicken shop too

    by airasia Written Jan 9, 2005

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    It's a chicky feeling. Well this one is not so popular but they give a friendly service.

    Favorite Dish: Braised chicken with huge taugeh (bean sprout)

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    Onn Kee Chicken rice: chicken shop

    by airasia Written Jan 9, 2005

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    Hong Kong actor/actress stopover. well their pictures are pasted aroung the restaurant walls. So was it good ? Hmmm...ok I guess,

    Favorite Dish: chicken and beansprout

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