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Traditional Malay Food @ Medan Selera Stadium

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Hawker Food

By Wern Sze Gill

A good place to sample all things Malay plus some good old fashioned ‘masakan kampung’ (village cooking), is the Medan Selera Stadium, located adjacent to the Perak Football Stadium in Ipoh Garden. The stretch of Malay and halal food stalls start from Stall No.49 right up to No.70.

Aneka Selera Perak Stadium 3

The food here ranges from breakfast selections such as nasi lemak, nasi kerabu, nasi dagang, lontong and roti canai, up to a variety of ‘nasi campur’ (rice and dishes) selections and fried noodles offered during lunch hour. The stalls selling rice dishes operate on a self serve method, where you pay the proprietor upon selecting the dishes. Prices therefore, vary depending on the dishes taken.

Below is a list of some of the stalls and the various dishes to sample:

Stall #51 Wak Nasi Lemak
A nasi lemak stall which also sells ayam bakar wrapped in pandan leaves.

Stall #54 Fuad Roti Canai
A ‘kopitiam’ themed roti canai stall that also offers nasi lemak. Dishes for the nasi lemak are on the sweet side.

Stall #58
Fried Koay Teow – RM3.50, Mee Bandung – RM5.50, Mee Lakna – RM5.50. Uses very large prawns for Mee Bandung and Lakna.

Stall #59 Sudut Selera (morning)
Nasi Kerabu – RM3.50, Nasi Dagang with gulai ikan – RM4.

Nasi Lemak – RM1.20 for pre-packed takeaway version, or RM2 and above for own ‘self-serve’ version.

Stall #60/61 Cahaya Fatehah
Nasi Campur (curry fish head, sambal and vegetables) – RM8.50.

Stall # 62/63 Sri Puteri
Nasi Campur (chicken drumstick, vegetables, gulai lamak pisang, sambal) – RM5.50
Nasi Lemak (morning) – RM2.00 (ikan bilis), RM3.20 (squid,egg and ikan bilis)
Lontong (morning) – RM3.50, charges 30 sen more for takeaway (more gravy and nasi impit).

Stall #64 Pak Tam Place
Bihun Sup Utara (with chicken) – RM3.50
Also has nice fried Koay Teow and other types of noodles – from RM4.

Car Park Markings

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I wish to bring to your kind attention the following:

  1. The car park markings at the Medan Selera Stadium were not drawn correctly. Being one way, the car parks should be marked slightly slant and not at right angle to the curbs.  Furthermore certain stretches were marked slant the wrong way! Please highlight this to the Ipoh City Council to remark same. Many car drivers found straight parking extremely difficult decided to park slanting occupying 2 parking lots. This has put the whole parking area into chaos.
  2. City Council recently resurfaced most roads in Ipoh. One part they left out were the side tables of Jalan Ghazali Jawi fronting the stadium complex. City Council should allocate some fund to improve the side tables. Presently they are an eyesore as this is an important road that host many important and International events. They must continue to allow parking at the side tables for Pasar Malam and Football Matches where the allocated car parks at the stadiums are not sufficient.

    Ir Fong Chin On