Best Malaysian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Malaysian food in Ipoh. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Malaysian restaurants near you.. 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.
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4 based on 195 reviews
we finally got to try this restaurant for the first time. personally iâm satisfied. we ordered wat tan hor and moonlight noodles (both are flat noodles in egg gravy), baby octopus, bean sprouts and chicken feet. all of them are delicious. price is reasonable. will definitely return for more.
4 based on 89 reviews
Purple Cane Tea House (Ipoh) Purple cane continues to promote tea and the art of living with the opening of its tea house in Ipoh in 2010. Housed in a 120-year old historical building, the tastefully-appointed tea house is not only ideal for leisure but a
When we were in Ipoh recently for the day, we had to check out this place and we were glad we did because we got a very good deal on their tea. A box of Oolong Tea cost Rm65 but there was this promotion that when you buy a Oolong, one had the pleasure of choosing any two flavored tea and paid only Rm50 for 3 boxes. We opted for a box of Jasmine and Green Tea. Another surprise was a discounted voucher of 50% for our next purchase with specific date in February 2019. We do promotion from time to time, kindly refer to and like our Facebook fan page(facebook.com/PurpleCaneTeaHouse) for latest promotion if you haven't done so! Thank you~
4 based on 303 reviews
This place recommended and we werenât disappointed... friendly accommodating staff, great menu selection to cover all tastes... will be back
4 based on 100 reviews
The restaurant is relatively clean, with both indoor and outdoor seating. Staff are not overly talkative or friendly but still gave good service. The Dim sum was on the expensive side, not super authentic but tasted pretty good. Tried their 3 layer milk tea which was nice, although a bit on the sweet side. We also ordered a noodle dish, the dry ban mian, which was on the small side and didn't have a lot of flavour (wouldn't recommend). The standout dishes were the Juicy Bun with salted egg + butter and the BBQ chicken pau. The deep fried radish cake was good, but again not the same as authentic Chinese dim sum style. Some of the deep fried items I wanted to try were sold out, so I would recommend coming here earlier in the day and possibly on a weekend (they have a selection of items only available on weekends) if you want the full selection! Overall not bad, but I'm not in a hurry to return.
5 based on 56 reviews
We are a fusion cafe offering one of the best food in town. Also, we operate a boutique hotel at the same premise.
There wasnât much open for breakfast in Ipoh near our accommodation, but we were lucky to find Lodge 163 cafe. Has egg options for western palates but we went with recommended noodle and rice dishes which were very tasty. We tried Ipohâs famous white coffee which was an interesting flavour. Having fresh juice was a bonus. The service was friendly and helpful. Prices are low for quality and quantity, delivering great value for money. We definitely recommend and will be back tomorrow!
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4 based on 113 reviews
There are many stall and you just choose what you want to eat and queue. I like chee cheong fun, chakoi, wantan noodle and young tau foo the most!!all the food is good and the portion is just nice. overall it is worth it to eat there.
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4 based on 159 reviews
Acquiring its name from the fruit that Tambun, Ipoh, is famous for, THE POMELO lies within The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat. One of the important components of this concept is spa cuisine â light, healthy and nutritious dishes. The POMELO innovatively inco
The food taste good but the customer service by the staffs here are amazing! Burn was very helpful and friendly, extending his service by helping me taking pictures with the exceptional views here. Farhan & Ali were very friendly and accomodating too! The Pamelo certainly knows the main essence of a successful business! Dear 93hyuna,We are pleased to hear your positive dining experience in our Pomelo Restaurant.We are happy to note that Burn, Farhan, Ali and our team had taken good care of you.We look forward to seeing you again.Best Regards,Raymond KohDirector of Operations
4 based on 104 reviews
Excellent menu selection! Everything is reasonably priced and they have daily specials too (specific dish only served on that day, limited quantities available). The staff are friendly and attentive and the food was delicious with generous portions! I ordered the Tuesday special (can't remember the name of the dish!!) and it was super filling! They have a lot of vegetarian options here as well. Definitely recommend if you're in the area!
4 based on 385 reviews
Delicious and many varieties of dim sum. However, the restaurant is always crowded and most of the time have to queue for table and easier to get seats if you don't mind sharing table. Portion are small but lots of varieties. Its good that they allow you to order buns by number and not by plate so you can taste different filing buns. Their dessert, peanut and black sesame paste is good with smooth texture and not too sweet.
4 based on 253 reviews
Fair price and always served with big portions. Good service. This Restaurant has a long history. It started in Pusing itself before having a branch in Ipoh. Initially it was famous for seafood, especially fresh prawns from Tg. Tualang. It has been in operation for over 50 years.
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