Looking for food that taste nice and price cheap in Ipoh? Here is it, there are 9 Ipoh famous and cheap food and snacks that you cannot miss out！
It is said that no food trip to Ipoh is complete without eating the famous Big Tree Foot (Dai Shu Geok)! At here, you can select assorted Yong Tau Fu with bouncy deep fried fish paste stuffed in various manners, and the highly recommended is the Sar Kok Liew (Stuffed Turnip/Yambean), it's so tasty till you can't stop eating!
The silky smooth Funny Mountain Soya beancurd--Tau Fu Fa that melt-in-mouth, served commonly with a drizzle of sugar syrup with a faint hint of ginger, one bowl is never enough! You can either choose to dine-in or drive-thru based on your convenience.
Restoran Sun Yeong Wai, Ipoh famous culinary specialist major in barbeque and roasted meats with more than twenty years of business, their glistening golden brown skin of signature roast duck will tempt any duck-lover! Sun Yeong Wai has 3 flavours of roasted duck such as Pei Pa duck, signature roasted duck and smoked duck let you choose.
Hakka Mee--one of local food in every Ipoh people's childhood memory. At Paris Restaurant, you should order its signature Hakka mee and meatball soup! Their homemade egg noodles topped with minced meat seasoned with soy sauce, fish sauce and shallot oil, and plentiful of Ipoh’s famous bean sprouts. The springy Hakka mee took its spot in the hearts of many Ipohans and outsiders.
Hong Tho's Sang Har Mee which is fried egg noodles with freshwater prawns. This Sang Har Mee is a must-order dish at Hong Tho, its Sang Har Mee's gravy absorbed the sweetness of the prawns, you can taste the freshness of the prawns.
Finding a dessert to cool yourself off? Come to 328 Restaurant, its Wan Tao Long can satisfy your needs! The shaved ice with a squeeze of lime and topping of yellow jelly gives you the sweet and sour taste! Thumbs up!
In a hot sunny day, having a bowl of finely-shaved ice topped with full of different fruits and nuts that feeling is heavenly great! Diamond Kopitiam's Fruit Ice is the best!
Pork Noodle also known as 'Scholar's Noodles' in Ipoh. Mi Cong Yin serves delicious pork noodles, its soups is slow-cooked throughout the day to gain the distinctive taste and its minced pork patty added dried cuttlefish to gives the sweet yet pungent taste! You need to try it!