Jalan Ipoh was known for quite some Bak Kut Teh and late night eats, and of course, you should not miss these out too. They hold more than you know, but let’s try these recommended ones by the neighbors there today.
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Quite hidden from sight, it is located just opposite at the temple here in Jalan Ipoh. Cooks in a clay pot, most neighbors here love the milky soup that tasted savory, sweet and fresh too. Cooked using salted vegetables, tomatoes, bean curd skin, yam, deep fried fish and that thick vermicelli – this clay pot fish head noodle is it! Do try the fried Pan Mee too!
Open as early as 6.30am, many patrons come here to enjoy the handmade dim sum here as they are steamed upon order. The usual favorite you ask? Siu
Many said that this stall was famous for its prawn mee and char
Porridge will always be the right choices if you want something light for dinner or supper, come here for it! As usual, it is packed with patrons and do try the fish, chicken floss, and pork porridge. Poached chicken porridge here was smooth and tender which compliments the whole bowl of porridge. What are you waiting for?
A restaurant that serves the good old taste where you’ll find them old school looking, Perhaps you might not see this elsewhere – the fried Mee
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Many recommended this place for their Hokkien Mee. Uses the thick yellow noodle that’s springy, then toss in to cook with dark soy sauce, prawns, pork meat, and vegetables; it tastes good because of the ‘wok
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