Makan-Makan in Ipoh Day 2

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Category : Bakery, Chinese Food, Ipoh, Malaysian Food, Street Food, Vacation

Continue from Makan-Makan in Ipoh Day 1

After a good night sleep at Citygal’s house, our makan makan journey started with…

1. Dim Sum at the New Foh San

Guess i don’t have to elaborate much. Foh San serves one of the best dim sum in Ipoh. We took a hard time for the seats; thanks to Citygal for her very special fighting-for-table technique, else we will have to wait for another hoursss 😛
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I love Dim Sum!!!

Restoran Foh San Ipoh
51, Jalan Leong Sin Nam,
30300 Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-2540308
Fax: 05-2535432
Web: http://www.fohsan.com.my
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2. Tian Chun (House of Mirror) – Egg Custard

The egg custard we longed to have was sold out on our very first day in Ipoh. We never wanted to miss out any great stuff and hence, we sacrificed our precious sleeping time and woke up early for this.
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The Shaky wobbly egg custard, smooth and silky, drizzled with caramel to sweeten the egg custard. We gals love it!!!
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3. Funny Mountain Tau Foo Fah

Next on, we headed for famous silky smooth Tau Foo Fah )everything is smooth and silky in Ipoh!!!). the good thing is, they provide drive thru service. 🙂 their daily business is impressive, be early if you want a bowl of Tau Foo Fah.

 

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Tau Foo Fah

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Tau Foo Fah with soya milk

Funny Mountain
49, Jalan Theatre,
Ipoh, Perak.
Business Hour: 10.30am sampai HABIS (make sure you are here as early as possible to avoid disappointment)

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4. Sin Eng Heong – Mini Kaya Puff


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Fresh from the oven!!!

Crispy on the outer layer with fragrant smelling of kaya = A perfect combination. However, I find the kaya was a little too sweet to my liking.

Sin Eng Heong
No. 64, Jalan Mistapha Al-Bakri,
Jalan Clare, 30300 Ipoh, Perak.
Tel: 05-2439659
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5. Dai Shu Geok (Big Tree Foot) for Yeung Tau Foo (YTF)

I learnt that YTF in Ipoh is known as ‘Liew’ as in Yeung Liew in Cantonese.
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Citygal was on the line to grab the Liews

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Look at what she got?! She always has her special technique to grab stuff.

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Hor Fun and Lou She Fun to accompany with Liews.

Big Tree Foot (Dai Shu Geok)
Located behind Tuck Kee Restaurant
Jalan King, Pasir Pinji,
31650 Ipoh.
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6. Kedai Kopi Kwong Hong

We were not satisfied with the small amount of Liews we grabbed from Dai Shu Geok, hence, we drove over here for more Liews.
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Kampungboy’s turn this time, on the line for Liews.

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For more info, please read HERE

7. Seng Kee Heong Peng

Yummy souvenirs for family and friends. They are using the traditional way to produce the very fragrant and crispy pastry.

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Please visit J2kfm’s review for more info.

Seng Kee Food Trading (house)
177, Lorong Gunung Rapat 3,
Gunung Rapat, 31350 Ipoh
Tel: 05-3120972
HP: 012-5070728

Seng Kee Heang Peah Enterprise (shop)
No.2, Selasar Rokam 11,
Taman Ipoh Jaya,
31350 Ipoh.
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8. Reminiscing about childhood days.
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We blew bubbles!!!
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9. Restoran Kam Wan (Aneka Selera) a.k.a. Tung Ku Teng

One of the longest and active food courts in Ipoh. Again, we took a hard time to look for the seats.
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We had the famous oyster sauce crab from Meng Wa Seafood. This was lip-smacking good!!!

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My first try-on on the healthy Hakka Lui Cha

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Wan Thau Long is really an ‘Ipoh Thing’ as it is only found in Ipoh with its unique name. It is known as Lengkung Kuning and is actually the citrus flavoured jelly served on shaved ice with the squeeze of lime juice. A refreshing and cooling on, best on hot weather.
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10. Dessert Street a.k.a. Tong Shui Kai

the final stop on Day 2
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Ngap Geok Bao – made with pork, a slice of liver, duck’s foot and wrapped with duck’s intestine. I adore this!!!

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Crackers laden with thick Rojak Sauce and peanut powder.

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Plain Wanton Noodles (left) and Ching Po Leung

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A bowl of colourful Mixed Fruit Shaved Ice to quench our thirst.

Tong Shui Kai is located opposite SRJKC Sam Tet,
off Jalan Sultan Idris.

 

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Comments (13)

wah, all look so tempting, Thanks for sharing. When you gonna to share us your BKK trip, quickly share, because I'm going BKK this Mar.Thanks.

great food crawl-like the rare ngap keok pao.

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I always want to go to fu shan!!!
I like dim sum~

Oh you went for Foh San! Next time should try Ming Court instead and compare ok 😛

ahh! egg custard! oyster sauce crab! and ngap giok bao! all my fav *drooooools*

Ah…the egg custard! I miss it already. Time for an impromptu trip to Ipoh soon! 😉

sonia,
hahaha, will do will do the BKK trip asap. but my BKK one very erm… short. i spent most of my time for shopping only

foodbin,
i start loving ngap giok pao after that.

jean,
me too, i miss the dim sum arrr

witch,
we wish to line up for ming court but we don't have enough time for it. aiksss… will do it another round if there is chance to go there again lor

xin,
oh my… i miss them a lot now… >_<

bangsar babe,
i start missing them now. huuHuuu… you always get to travel far for food. *envy*

My last visit to Ipoh was about 5 years ago..really miss their chicken rice~

can share the special technique of fighting for table ar? ^.^

bao shown in photo is big bao?

i'll laugh out everytime i sees that kaya puff ;P
remember that cute kid? he tot we were food tasting! haha

those are all mah favs too:)

those are all mah favs too:)

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