Restaurants in Perak – 754 Restaurants
It is located behind Tesco.
WACK posted wonderfoodtravel.blogspot.com 25 ReviewsExceptional
The Fried Eggplant/Brinjal (RM8, small) was the other dish recommended by the waitress and it was tasty. For one who doesn't take eggplant, i took this. The other Fried Eggplant i had was in Ijok but unlike that, this was cut into thin strips. Felt like i was eating potatoes. I can imagine this as a finger food, eating only this while watching a movie. Eggplant is good for health, but (being health conscious awhile) i learned that fried in oil isn't the same as it absorbs the oil. Guilty pleasure.
The duck soup came with strong herbs aroma. Smell nice
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 37 ReviewsExceptional
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).
The ever famous Foh San dim sum is a famous haunt by tourists for some scrumptious and variety of dim sum. A little advise here, either go there as early as 7 am or as late as 11 am. Its hard to get a table during peak hour, and after you get seated bring your bill to the cart and take your own dim sum as the waitress are too busy to entertain you.
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 519 Reviews
Well, there are definitely better options for dim sum in Ipoh.
The food, ambience, and service was quite impeccable, deserving brownie points for areas which really matter. Parking's a no-brainer as well, free lots all around the building.