Guidebook for Ipoh

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Guidebook for Ipoh

Food Scene
Good selection of halal local food.
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Restoran New Hollywood
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Good selection of halal local food.
Owned by the same proprietor as Indulgence, this café is more retro chic. My kids love this place because the funky décor keeps them entertained. Apart from the good food, playing “I Spy” with them is a favourite side activity when we’re here.
Burps & Giggles
Owned by the same proprietor as Indulgence, this café is more retro chic. My kids love this place because the funky décor keeps them entertained. Apart from the good food, playing “I Spy” with them is a favourite side activity when we’re here.
Yet another famous halal coffee shop in Ipoh! Famous for its Gravy Fried Rice. Try it!! The Katong Chicken Hor Fun is yummy The kids also like the Chapati and Puri there. That’s their favourite tea time snack.
Restoran Vegas
1 Lorong Cecil Rae
Yet another famous halal coffee shop in Ipoh! Famous for its Gravy Fried Rice. Try it!! The Katong Chicken Hor Fun is yummy The kids also like the Chapati and Puri there. That’s their favourite tea time snack.
Must try the crab noodles, fish porridge and char siew. Good place to makan and catch up with the family/friends.
The Museum
1 Persiaran Greentown 7
Must try the crab noodles, fish porridge and char siew. Good place to makan and catch up with the family/friends.
Fondly known as the “House of Mirrors” because of the mirrors lining the length of the coffee shop wall to wall. One glance and you would see that the Sar Hor Fun is the favourite here. Order it with a side of bean sprouts to make this a truly Ipoh experience! You can also order food from the next coffee shop (Kong Heng), which is separated by a small lane. After makan, take a walk down the lane to explore the Sunday bazaar or walk across to Concubine Lane to check out the small arts and craft shops.
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Restoran Thean Chun
73 Jalan Bandar Timah
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Fondly known as the “House of Mirrors” because of the mirrors lining the length of the coffee shop wall to wall. One glance and you would see that the Sar Hor Fun is the favourite here. Order it with a side of bean sprouts to make this a truly Ipoh experience! You can also order food from the next coffee shop (Kong Heng), which is separated by a small lane. After makan, take a walk down the lane to explore the Sunday bazaar or walk across to Concubine Lane to check out the small arts and craft shops.