Makan-Makan in Ipoh Day 3

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Continue from Ipoh Day 1 and Ipoh Day 2….

We woke up early. The very first thing we did was to forget about the waistline and to continue with our Ipoh Makan List, we can never miss out any good food from Ipoh; and so, let the eating journey begin…….

1. Restoran Paris – Famous Hakka Noodles and Liews

This famous Hakka Noodles stall that used to operate their business at Yin Yau Kui coffee shop is now shifted to Paris Cafe. Unlike those Hakka Noodles that we have in KL, the Hakka Noodles here is served with Tauge (bean sprout) and Yeung Liews (Yong Tau Fu). however, you don’t have the chance to pick up the Yeung Liews you love. They will just mix and match for you as soon as you place the number of servings you want. Do try their special dipping sauce that is made of pickled garlic and chili sauce.

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Located on Jalan Sultan Iskandar, nearby the Ipoh new town police station. Right after the traffic light (on your left) as you head towards the old town.

2. Nam Chau Curry Mee

Ipoh is always famous for their curry mee. We weren’t able to try out the one from Quan Fang as it was closed on Monday. Hence, we drove to Kedai Kopi Nam Chau.
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We had the dried curry noodles with thick curry paste. Ipoh dried curry noodles tasted differently from KL. The curry paste was sourish to boost your appetite. Bean sprouts were great too but no no to the roast pork.

Kedai Kopi Nam Chau
54, Jalan Bandar TImah,
30000 Ipoh.
Open daily from 8am to 4pm except on Saturday.

3. Sun Yun Long Ipoh White Coffee

We can never forget Ipoh White Coffee before stepping out from this Yummy-licious town.
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Ipoh White Coffee in cold and hot each and Ipoh White Coffee with Cincau.
To my surprise, they put cincau (grass jellies) into whilte coffee. This was real unique. Hmmm, shall i say it’s a dessert?! However, we all preferred the white coffee from Nam Heong better.

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4. Nam Heong’s Egg Tart

Errrr… we loved the pastries so much and decided to da-bao home. Hence, we walked over to Nam Heong to join the queue. Sadly, only egg tarts were available on that day; No Wu Kok, No Char Siew Sou.

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The queue was seriously long. It took us for about half an hour to our turn.

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The egg tarts are great and yummy to be eaten as soon as they are out from the oven. It is not that good after a few hours of long journey back to KL.

5. Kek Lok Tong

Jalan-jalan after few brekkies.
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6. Lung Seng Seafood Restaurant at Tanjung Tualang

Many many thanks to Citygal‘s parent for treating us such a splendid lunch at Lung Seng Seafood Restaurant.
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Steamed Prawns with Chinese Wine & Egg White
I love this a lot as it brought out the freshness of prawns!!!

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Crispy Oat Prawns
Crispy and fragrant and it was so fingers-licking good!s

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and lots of Ebiko too 😛

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‘Zui Har’ Simmering Drunken Prawns
You will feel hot and get chubby pink face after taking this alcoholic but healthy soup.

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Seafood Sang Mee

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Fried Rice

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Soft Shell Crabs was best with the dipping chili sauce.

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Stir-fry Paku with Sambal Belacan

Guess what?! It was just RM 190 ++ for the 10 of us.

Restoran Lung Seng
10, Jalan Besar,
31800 Tanjung Tualang,
Perak
Tel: 05-3600735
Open daily from 11.30 to 9pm

Note: do make reservation to avoid any disappointment. Their business is extremely good!!!

 

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