Restaurants in Perak – 682 Restaurants
Ipoh’s famous “Big Tree’s Foot” (called Tai Shu Keok in Cantonese) which located at Pasir Pinji with a friend. Basically, this place is kinda dusty and untidy as it’s located by the roadside. The hawkers erected some canopies probably due to some complaints by customers that leaves falling from above.
Cheap and delicious yong tau foo. The red bean drink here is really good too! Skip the dragonfruit juice though, huge disappointment.posted jowynna.blogspot.com 6 Reviews
One of the oldest, and most famous shop is Thean Chun, or fondly known as Hall Of Mirrors
The 鸡丝河粉 very very bad attitude. We ordered 鸡丝河粉having here + packet & requested both served together but end up packet one not come together. When finish eat we request the packet 鸡丝河粉agian & they try to ignore me. we keep standing outside waiting & request for an hr. End up they told you today we are not serve for packet. If no serve for packet at least let me know early & don't waste my time keep waiting for an hr. NOT RECOMMENDED...posted
THE Tan brothers have been churning out two goodies Ipoh seems to be associated with – soyabean milk and curd – since the early 1950s. Product and service quality have remain unchanged. You can either stop your vehicle in front of the stall, signal a little and the workers will deliver your orders. Or walk to the stall and get your drinks after a short wait.
Never had taufufa THIS SMOOTH! Definitely must try. Although portion is quite small, but very reasonable as it cost only RM1posted jowynna.blogspot.com 6 Reviews
The duck soup came with strong herbs aroma. Smell nice
Mention Bidor and the first image that flashes in my mind is a busy restaurant at the corner of a row of pre-war shophouses situated along a busy street. If I remember correctly, my first visit was in 9-years-old. We were on a holiday to Penang with Grandpa and this restaurant was our toilet stop. This restaurant was non other than Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant. The toilet stop became our lunch and shopping stop, as this is the original restaurant famous for Duck Drumstick Noodle (RM6.50).posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 Reviews
If you fancy hot, sour and spicy dishes, this is the right place for you. They offer an array of highly flavoursome and authentic Thai cuisine. The service is excellent, with free filling of fragrant rice. The staff with greet you with their warmest welcome.
Seafood tomyam. this is yumms. really!!.posted mysocalledadorablelife.blogspot.com
I find the price is quite reasonable as 3 of us ate about RM 110 for all the above. It was another great and satisfying mean that Ian had intro me, as on the way back to KL he stop and buy 2 small bottles of mineral water and mee too. Only found out that the dish uses quite alot MSG as no wonder it taste super good!posted www.taufulou.com 411 Reviews