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Ipoh City Food Guide

Restaurant Lou Wong Tauge Ayam Kuetiau

A visit to Ipoh wont be complete without eating the famous Ipoh Chicken Rice and Hor Fun.

49 Jalan Yau Tet Shin, 30000 Ipoh, PerakTel: +605-254 4199Aun Kheng Lim

Aun Kheng Lim Salted Chicken. It was Ipoh's famous salted chicken. Recommended by 8TV Ho Chak.

24, Jalan Theatre, Ipoh, 30300, Ipoh, PerakTel: +605-254 2998Sin Eng Heong

The most famous Ipoh Kaya Puffs are found here. Seriously very good, the puffs are soft to melt in your mouth.

64 Jalan Mustapha Al-bakri, Taman Jubilee, 30300 Ipoh, PerakTel: +605-243 9659

Ipoh Pasir Pinji 5 Chee Cheong Fun

Very famous Pasir Pinji Chee Cheong Fun, it was served with sweet sauce, green cillies, cilli sause, sesame and fried green onions.

Chee Cheong Fun is located on Jalan Pasir Pinji 5 in Ipoh Perak.Restoran M. Salim

Restoran M. Salim has been serving their famous brand of Nasi Kandar and Nasi Briyani in Ipohabout a quarter of a century (since 1985).

75 Jalan Tokong, Taman Hoover,31650 Perak, MalaysiaTel: +605 255 5786

Foh San Restaurant

Foh San Restaurant is the most popular Dim Sum maker in Ipoh. Foh San can never be the place for breakfast. Come early at 6am or 7am during weekends.

Db12 Jalan Dato Tahwil Azhar,30300 Ipoh.Tel: +605-526 4481

Ching Han Guan Biscuit Shop

Signature pastries:1. Meat floss lotus paste biscuit (Ori, pandan, egg yolk)2. Mooncakes

Opening HoursDaily (Close on Tuesday): 9.30am 6.30pmAddress145, Jalan Sultan Iskandar (Hugh Low Street), 30000 Ipoh, Perak.GPS Coordinates: N 435.607' E 1015.022'Tong Sui Kai (Dessert Street)

If you fancy some desserts or a late dinner / supper, Tong Sui Kai is the best place to be. Its an open-air food court with a variety of food (especially desserts) to choose from.

Address:Jalan Sultan EkramGPS:4.5948, 101.0873Happy Fried Dough @ New Hollywood Restaurant

An amazing array of snacks such as fried bread sticks oryoutiao/yau char kwai, batter-fried sweet potatoes, yams, and the perpetual favourite of ours The Fried Nin Gou, or New Year Cakes. Price is RM0.60/piece.Happy Fried Dough @ New Hollywood Restaurant38, Jalan Lee Kwee Foh,Canning Garden,31400 Ipoh, Perak. Opens daily from 10am until 4pm. Closed on Mondays.

Funny Mountain Soya Bean

This is probably one of the most famous tau fu fah (soybean pudding) stalls in Malaysia. The soybean curd was silky amazing smooth,

49, Jalan Theatre, Ipoh 30300,Perak, Malaysia.Tel: +6016-595 0369, +605-546 9968Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum

Ipoh famous dim sum restaurant, Ming Court has been serving delicious Chinese delicacies. Recommended by Astro Axian (Taste With Jason).

36 Jalan Leong Sin Nam, 30300 IpohTel:+605-255 7134Thean Chun @ Jalan Bandar Bijih Timah

The legacy of coffee shops, this place is even famous for its pork satay, popiah, lobak and rojak!

73, Jalan Bandar TimahIpoh Old Town,30000 IpohTel: +605-2553076

Kedai Makanan Nam Heong

Visit to Nam Heong kopitiam is a must for coffee-lovers, especially with its claimed Old Town white coffee status.

2, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000Ipoh, Perak.Tel: +6016-5538119Restoran Ayam Nasi Pak Kong

Restoran Ayam Nasi Pak Kong () is always crowded no matter what time you are there. This non-halal restaurant only serve lunch (till 2.30pm). We paired it with their achar and kai choy.The spicy and sour kai choy is surprisingly very tastyIf you come here for lunch, you can walk to Funny Mountain Soya Bean, grab a Aun Kheng Lim Salted Chicken across the road or go for second round at Lou Wong and Onn Kee Bean Sprouts Chicken.

27, Jalan TheatreSin Yoon Loong

One of the oldest traditional Hainanese coffee shops in Ipoh old town. They served quality hot and cold beverages, toasts with kaya, Chinese sponge cakes and other local delights. The white coffee here is frothy and very rich. It has a slight bitterness at the end but you can totally smell the fragrance of the coffee. Honestly, the combination of their toast and coffee is a killer. However, if the bitterness is too much for you to handle, I suggest you pop by Nam Heong instead, which is just directly across the road. Nam Heongs coffee is slightly milder and sweeter.15A Jalan Bandar Timah

Lee Heng Fatt

Virtually the only restaurant open after dark in Old Town, Lee Heng Fatt serves hor mee, your choice of dumplings (fish, pork, tofu) in broth served with wheat noodles. It also has a huge and delicious selection of fresh fruit juices try the cucumber and apple.

AddressJln Tun SambathanPricesmains from RM2.60Opening hoursdinner

Restoran Onn Kee

Onn Kee is widely recognised as serving the best ayam taugeh (bean-sprout chicken) in Perak, if not Malaysia. The chicken comes boiled, soft and fragrant, the sprouts are particularly fat and crunchy, and the combined texture and flavour is surpassingly joyous.

Address51 Jln Yau Tet ShinPricesmains from RM3Opening hours1:30pm-3amKedai Kopi Kong Meng

Ipoh eaters swear by the Hakka (south-eastern Chinese) cuisine in Kong Meng, which has been in business for almost 70 years. Your best bet in this scruffy, friendly little cafe is the beef noodle soup with some of the special home-made chilli sauce.

Address65 Jln Bandar TimahPricesmains from RM4Opening hoursbreakfast & lunch, closed Sun

Xin Quan Fang

You better come early (seriously, like 7:15am) for the curry noodles and the pork and bean sprouts. Those two dishes, by the way, are pretty much all Xin Quan Fang churns out, but ohmygod are they good, as testified to by the lines that stretch around the block for this family-run favourite.

Address174 Jln Sultan Iskandar ShahPricesmains from RM3.80Opening hoursbreakfast & lunchNasi Lemak Ayam Kampung

This popular restaurant is the place to come for fancy-pants and delicious nasi lemak (rice boiled in coconut milk, served with fried ikan bilis dried sardines or anchovies peanuts and a curry dish). It serves a few variations on the dish, with sides ranging from the house fried chicken to cockles. Dont miss the deliciously tart and peppery eel soup.

Address43-45 Jln Ali PitchayPricesmains RM5.50-30Opening hours4.30pm-2.30amOld Town White Coffee

This upmarket coffee house facing the padang seems to be forever crowded. Simple chicken rice dishes prevail, and unsurprisingly, the coffee is pretty good.

Address2 Jln Tun SambathanPricesmains from RM3Opening hoursbreakfast & lunch Mon, breakfast, lunch & dinner Tue-Sun

Paris Restaurant Hakka Mee/Ipoh Famous Hakka Mee

This noodles weren't oily and the minced pork was seasoned perfectly.You can also add your own extra seasoning as they've provided fish sauce, soy sauce, minced garlic and chilli sauce. It's only RM2.60 per bowl.

164, Jalan Sultan Iskandar (Hugh Low Street)30000 Ipoh,Perak.Opening hours: 7.15am until 12pm daily.

Kek Lok TongThe Kek Lok Tong Cave Temple is a tourist attraction situated in the natural and picturesque area of Gunung Rapat in the south of Ipoh - the capital of Perak state in west Malaysia. The cave temple sits on a 12 acre site and was used as early as 1920 as a place of worship. In 1960, the cave became part of an iron mining site, this temple is set in a huge cave in the limestone outcrops behind Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh City.

The Kek Lok Tong complex comprises a central altar featuring a number of Buddhist figures as well as various deities of the Chinese pantheon. The most unique about the caves is there are another great garden view once you get inside the caves. The limestone hill is made up of light grey to white crystalline Kinta limestone interbedded with about 5mm to 1cm think argillaceous material bands. Primary iron can still be seen within the limestone. The award winning landscape garden features a jogging path circling two lakes and one of the longest reflexology footpaths in Ipoh.

Kok Long Tong Location Map

Opening hours:Daily, 7am - 6pm, including public holidays

Address:Kek Look TongGunung Rapat,Ipoh, Perak

Tel:605-312-81129

Nam Tian Tong TempleNam Thin Tong Temple(Cave of the Southern Sky) is located in between Sam Poh Tong Cave and Ling Sen Tong Cave. Nan Tian Dong Taoist Cave Temple ("Nam Thien Tong" in Cantonese) is sandwiched between Ling Xian Yan and the further inward, Sam Poh Tong Buddhist Cave Temple. It used to be ranked at par with the Sam Poh Tong and whenever you mentioned Sam Poh Tong, you will automatically associate it with the name of Nam Tian Tong. "Tong" is referred as "cave" while "Nan" is South and the word "Tian" is sky; so if you translate that in English, it simply means, the Cave to host the various Buddhist figures from the southern Sky (heaven). As illustrated with the various colorful personalities and characters at the lower portion of the temple entry section. This is a Taoist Temple in its nature and its another alternative name is Nan Dao Yuan ("Nam Tou Yun" in Cantonese), means College of Southern Religious Principles).

Legend says it was discovered by a Chinese Taoist priest named Kuong San Teik back in 1867 which means to say this temple has a long history of more than 120 years old. In fact, according to a well kept historical journal maintained by the temple management committee, this current chief Taoist priest is at its fourth generation management.

Nam Tian Tong Location Map

Ling Sen Tong TempleLing Sen Tong is a beautiful Taoist cave temple located at the foot of a limestone hill in Ipoh, Perak. The name is literally translated as the Rock of Heavenly Spirits. Ling Sen Tong cave temple is located next door to Nam Thean Tong and Sam Poh Tong just off Ja

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