The British colonial city of Ipoh had humble beginnings, but has blossomed into a beautiful cityscape that marries old-world charm with modern amenities. This is a foodie's city, offering endless street stalls and restaurants all eager to serve up a sample of mouthwatering local fare. Walk it all off on a jaunt through breathtaking limestone caves that seem carved by the capable hands of a higher power.
Things to do in Ipoh
4 based on 180 reviews
It's one of the popular chinese restaurant in Ipoh. Almost full house every weekend/ public holiday. It better to book your table before visiting
4 based on 330 reviews
Ipoh's first and only True Authentic AMERICAN Rock 'n' Roll Wood Fire Pizzeria. Every item here is made exactly how we would do it back in Chicago / New York. Everything is made fresh in the pizzeria, we believe in commitment and keep all our recipes exactly as they were the day we started. All pizzas are cooked at 750f degress in a real wood fire oven, hand tossed. We offer pizzas, pastas, salads and sweets. This is as close to America you can get without actually being there.We are a fmaily place where the music is played loud (retro 70's-90's rock and pop) and you can jump up on the counter and dance for a free pizza.
You can smell the pizza once you enter the shop. It's freshly made and baked by using charcoal, therefore it is totally different taste from Domino or Pizza Hut. You will need to queue at outside if it is full house at that moment. It...MoreDear Wei Thank you for your kind words and review. We use wood for our wood fired oven. Waiting tines if need to isially about 10-20 minutes on bisy days.
4 based on 125 reviews
Acquiring its name from the fruit that Tambun, Ipoh, is famous for, THE POMELO lies within The Banjaran Hot Springs Retreat. One of the important components of this concept is spa cuisine – light, healthy and nutritious dishes. The POMELO innovatively incorporates the pomelo fruitinto refreshing spa cuisine for an awakening of the senses. THE POMELO’s spa cuisine menu explodes with flavours of organic fruits, vegetables, fresh seafood and premium poultry. No artificial seasoning or flavorings will be used in the cooking or preparation of food but lots of local fresh spices and ingredients are used instead.
From the views to the food to the staff everything was incredible!! the food was always fresh and super yummy! the staff were super friendly and nice! and the surroundings were just breathtaking!!Dear Hikmat E, Thank you for your amazing review. We had shared your positive comments with our team and we look forward to seeing you again. Best Regards, Raymond Koh Director of Operations
4 based on 188 reviews
My two cents worth...If you are a tong tau foo fan like me then you will of course want to make a trip here, there's quite a variety to choose from between the fried and not-fried sections. The portions are XXX large...so best to share if you wanna sample everything. What I particularly like is that they serve the fried separately from the soup stuff. I had mine with clear soup...It was rich, savoury and hearty. I tried my friend's curry version and found it good too. Did I mention that its really affordable too.
4 based on 130 reviews
Tastefully decorated, this busy restaurant offers decent pricing on veggie food. The service was excellent and the people who work there (including the owner, I think) were super friendly. I felt at home for the first time since I've entered the country as a tourist/traveler. Food was good. Nice complementary fish curry soup that my friend enjoyed so much! It was well worth the walk in the dark to find this place.
4 based on 198 reviews
Visited after Reading the reviews and wasn't disappointed. Cute cafe, ideally located in Ipoh. Really enjoyed the decor, lots of niknaks on the wall.
Food and drink were good, tried the mango chicken salad and enjoyed it. They had a cereal bar that I wanted to try, but unfortunately was closed on the Monday. Nice place to chill, has aircon (in one half) and wifi, so you can sit back and relax after walking round Ipoh. Staff were really nice and friendly.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
'Classic With A Modern Twist' . An Exclusive Fine Dining Restaurant which specializes in Authentic Northern Indian Cuisine.
It’s a while since the last visit, but this restaurant lived up to my old expectations very well. Unless the whole building is taken over by a function, which is rare, there is normally a table for walk-ups. The service is friendly and helpful and the menu extensive and full of classic Northern Indian dishes. The pappodums are good for accompanying the Hoegarden beer served in pewter tankards. We chose Malabar Prawns, Chicken Tikka, plenty of Tadkar Dahl and Bindhi Baji, with plain white rice: plenty to satisfy the appetites of three people. Delicious flavours, expertly cooked and nicely presented. The decor and spaciousness create an air of luxury and even the toilets are grand (and though indoors, outside the air conditioned space.) Safe to say you are unlikely to be disappointed here!
4 based on 278 reviews
This restaurant located opposite foh San, still using traditional style to deliver dim sum. Recommended porridge and 'ha gun', which is the prawn mixed with pork mince wrapped with beancurd skin and deep fried. Average rm12-20 per person. To avoid the crowed, go there on weekday or go there early morning let's say 6.30am on weekend. When you go to a dim sum restaurant, ask for their ketchup, because it is very different to the commercial ketchup.
4.5 based on 190 reviews
A family owned business established in Ireland, at a place known as “Cork” in 1845 and till today runs the 2 outlet by its family members. It has been a local bar for the famous actor Oliver Reed. Healy Mac’s is the first of its kind, establishing its foothold in Malaysia in 2009, a multi-cultured country in the Asia region. Healy Mac’s Irish Bar and Restaurant provides the best Irish conceptualized ambience with a feel of comfort and satisfaction. The authentic Irish atmosphere experience designed by the Irish family members prides them by being and giving the best in drinks and food to its friend, the “Asian Region”. The family owned business aim is being a local Irish concept provider, with more than 20 years of experience in the Irish Bar.
I came here because I was expecting discounted guinness during happy hour.
But they only discount the tasteless, generic beers, like Tiger. Very disappointing. I read a lot of conflicting reviews on TripAdvisor and all of them proved to be inaccurate.
Prices are hefty; A pint of Guinness will set you back 28 ringgit plus 10 percent service & tax 6 percent whacked on top of the advertised price. So you end up paying about 32.50 for a pint. Think tourist - Lemon squeezing.
Even forMalaysia that’s at the upper end of the spectrum. Pity because it’s a very well designed building, with an open front, so you’re not hemmed in. Band is okay too; western music sung in English. If you’re a non-smoker like me you may find the passive smoking experience annoying. With so many countries (even Thailand) banning smoking indoors, I can’t understand why Malaysia doesn’t follow suit. We can only hope.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Garvy's positions itself as a semi-fine dining restaurant. It's not a casual bistro atmosphere, nor is it a formal white-linen kind of place.
I've been there at their usual times and also during the time when they had visiting chefs from overseas Michelin-starred restaurants. It was an opportunity to try "Michelin-star" food and some molecular gastronomy. Kudos to them for pricing the menu at a relatively reasonable price (RM188++ for 5 courses). It was a mixed experience as the one or two molecular gastronomy items were perhaps a little too avant-garde for us. The rest of the menu, featuring more conventionally prepared dishes, was quite good.
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