Loke Wooi Kee Cafe


For the benefit of our outstation friends who come to Ipoh for the sole purpose of having a good meal, instead of focusing on a particular hawker food, Ipoh Echo will be featuring a particular place to eat.

Curry Mee
Curry Mee

Since time immemorial, most of us remember the corner coffee shop across the road from Kamdar – Loke Wooi Kee. Most of us will also remember having a meal there after marketing or shopping. It was a treat for kids to have caramel custard and a 7 Up float. Except for some renovation, not much has changed. For visitors who are in the neighbourhood, here’s some of Ipoh’s iconic food (minus the satay) all under one roof.

  • Chicken Rice, RM3.00
  • Curry Mee, RM3.90
  • Rojak, RM4.50 and RM5.50 with prawn cracker
  • Penang Fried Koay Teow, RM4.00
  • Popiah, RM3.80
  • Chicken Soup Koay Teow, RM3.80
  • Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun, RM3.20
  • Hor Hee, RM3.80
  • Dai Kao Meen (big apom balik), RM0.80
  • Caramel custard, RM2.30 (a good size serving)
Loke Wooi Kee Cafe
Loke Wooi Kee Cafe

There may be an increase in the prices for Chinese New Year.

Loke Wooi Kee Cafe
6 & 28 Jalan Mustapha Al-Bakri (formerly Clare St.) – New Town at the corner of Jalan Mustapha Al-Bakri and Jalan Raja Musa Aziz (GPS 4.595202,101.083735)