Anneh’s Kitchen, Ipoh Garden East

Serves up Bold Spices & Simple Surprises

by Anne Das

Check out Anneh’s Kitchen,  an unassuming stall situated inside the Happy Corner Kopitiam in Ipoh Garden East. The food served here is as vibrant as the personality of the guy behind the stove—our man, Kevin. Rocking those funky, brightly coloured glasses that scream “I’m here to spice things up!” (People often ask him if he’s secretly Elton John’s biggest fan)

Meet Kevin and Belinda at Anneh’s Kitchen, where spice is their secret weapon and every dish is a tasty conspiracy!

Kevin, born and bred in Ipoh, didn’t start Anneh’s Kitchen on a whim. Nope, it all began at age 10 when he took charge of the kitchen for his younger siblings. Fast forward, and Kevin’s teamed up with Belinda – she’s the numbers whiz and the partner in crime, making sure the bills are as balanced as the flavours.

Now, let’s get to the good stuff—the food! Every dish is infused with Kevin’s passion and a healthy dose of virgin olive oil. You heard that right! Virgin Olive Oil is used in all his cooking.

Here are some of the Must-Try Goodies:-

Anneh’s Fried Chicken as the main dish served with Potato Masala & Fried Egg (RM10.00)-  A flavour explosion with spices and not one, not two, but three types of masala powder. Yep, it’s a party in your mouth.
Anneh’s Mutton Masala as the Main dish with a side of Cabbage & Fried Egg. (RM15.00) – The crowd favourite. Kevin’s secret ingredient and a bit of olive oil take this dish to a whole new level. The crowd-pleaser. A dash of olive oil, a pinch of secret ingredients, and you’re in for a treat.
Anneh’s Yogurt Chicken Rendang as the main dish, with a side of Brinjal Masala and a Fried Egg (RM10.00) – Forget coconut milk; Kevin swaps it with yogurt, giving you a creamy taste that’s unique and flavourful
Anneh’s Nasi Lemak ( Basmathi Pandan Rice) with Mutton Masala.  (RM14.00)
Anneh’s Nasi Lemak ( Basmathi Pandan Rice) with Fried Chicken, Fried Egg and Veg of the day.  (RM13.00)
Freshly Made Chicken Masala Thosai with a Side of Dhall (RM6.00) – Soft and Oh so yummy, this Thosai was stuffed to the brim with spicy chicken masala and potatoes, making it a complete and filling meal.

Kevin isn’t your typical chef. He’s spicing things up with Indian-inspired dishes and a hint of “Kevin flair.” What’s that flair, you ask? Well, it’s a bit of this, a dash of that, and a whole lot of homemade goodness. No frills, no fuss—just honest-to-goodness cooking.

Taste the difference!

At Anneh’s Kitchen, olive oil isn’t just a condiment; it’s the unsung hero infusing every dish with a touch of aromatic richness. Why? Because it makes things aromatic, unique, and interestingly  flavourful, explains Kevin.

Not stopping at just flavour, Anneh’s Kitchen also caters to the vegetarian squad daily. Here’s the twist – they craft their vegetable dishes and Dhall sans garlic or onions, ensuring a delightful experience for those on the veggie train. It’s not just about choices; it’s about giving everyone a seat at the table.

Foodie goals achieved at Happy Corner Kopitiam. Joining forces with Ipoh’s “Food Diva ”, See Foon Koppen and friends to conquer a feast of epic proportions.

So, why should you hit up Anneh’s Kitchen @ Happy Corner Coffee Shop? It’s a spot where spices meet the streets, one tasty adventure at a time.

Location                   :  Anneh’s Kitchen @ Happy Corner Coffee Shop
Address                    2, Jln Medan Ipoh 1C, Medan Ipoh Bestari, 31400 Ipoh,
Operation Hours         : 8.00 a.m to 1.30 p.m daily ( Closes 3 time a month)
Contact                     :  010-378 8313

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