Chicken Floss Hor Fun, Hainan Chicken Rice, Dry Curry Mee, Dim Sum and more, these are the famous local breakfasts in Ipoh! Here is the list for you to find out more restaurants that you may not know!
Instead of Ming Court & Foh San, you may try Hong Xing too! You can find all your favourite dimsum such as Siew Mai, Har Gau, Char Siew Bao and more at here! Having your delicious dim sum with a pot of nice PuEr chinese tea.
Dry Curry Mee is one of the famous local food in Ipoh. With nice homemade char siew topped on the noodles, drizzle some of the char siew sauces, mix well! The noodles will adsord the nice flavour of char siew sauce, Yum!
Xin Quan Fang is known as the best Ipoh curry mee in town. At here, they will serve you a bowl of curry mee and a bowl of char siew, roasted pork and fried chicken. You can either dip with your curry or just pour it into your curry!
Ipoh's Hainan chicken rice, everyone knows Onn Kee and Lou Wong but do you know there is another delicious Hainan chicken rice--Pak Kong's Hainan chicken rice. Tender, perfectly steamed chicken on top of savory rice and going so wonderful with the chili sauce, although the queue is always long, it's worth the wait!
By using chicken bone , prawns, ikan bilis and slowly simmer at least 2 to 3 hours to become the hearty chicken-shrimp broth and served with slivered chicken, silky smooth hor fun, de-shelled shrimps, and topped with chives. An orange-ish broth make the Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun make it a perfect breakfast to warm your stomach!
Looking for a special Nanyang coffee? You will find it in Ah Chow, its signature--Liqueur White Coffee which is the combination of Whisky and Ipoh White Coffee. The slightly milky-looking coffee had a tad of alcohol, you will fall into its charred scent and inherent sweetness.
Do you hear Hor Hee before? Hor hee is Ipoh's fish cake noodles soup, fried fish cake, fish ball, fried garlic and fried shallots topped on your choice of noodles. A tummy-warming soupy fish ball noodles is a good choice for breakfast!
Kwong Hong Yong Tau Fu not only stuffed beancurd, chilli, eggplant, bitter guard and lady’s fingers, it also stuffed fresh vegetables with the fish paste such broccoli, KangKong, Choi Sam and even seaweed. You will amazed at their creativity in Yong Tau Fu.