Ipoh Echo has received various responses from our readers online, these are the places which are repeatedly nominated: Cowan St...read more
One of the best Popiah in Ipoh. The father used to sell in a stall by the road along Jalan Keliling, Canning Garden. After his passing, the son inherited the legacy of sell...read more
Hawker Food By Jack Foo The chicken is juicy and succulent, and prepared to a perfectly smooth texture. In fact, the skin of the chicken is so smooth it literally slide...read more
Springy, al dente noodles freshly rolled out and cut right in front of you, either in a fragrant ikanbilisbroth flecked with leafy greens and topped with crispy ikanbilis; or if yo...read more
Our new breakfast spot, Hong Hin. Their Dry Noodles (konloumeen) has no lard, looks basic but the taste is explosively flavourful. Same goes for their yeongliu, no pork b...read more
Where else do you go for Ikan Bakar/Grilled Fish? This is the place that registers in our mind when we want something flavourful, sour, spicy, but not heavy. Their &lsquo...read more
The way Porridge or congee is still done in Ipoh is by mixing blanched pig offal with chopped fried intestines, drizzled with garlic oil.
I love Japanese food. But it was not love at first bite, more a slow cultivation, honing my taste buds to appreciate the subtle nu...read more
One of the things this coffee shop is known for is the Hainanese Pau or Pau Hainan. The dough is so soft and fluffy that it sticks to the base paper.
SeeFoon is taking a culinary break from Ipoh and is exploring new taste temptations in Phuket and Bangkok. Our review on Ipoh Food...read more
25 Jalan Dato Megat Khas,Taman Bandaraya, Ipoh
59 & 61, Laluan Ipoh Permai 8, Ipoh Garden East. This is another coffee shop that has been a around for a while and it’...read more
Cover Story By Echo Foodies:Yvette Yeow, Rosli Mansor, Luqman Hakim & Susan Ho So you’ve had an early dinner, and you&...read more
There are not many coffee shops where almost every food stall is good – at most you’ll only find three or four. Greentown Corner is one such place. One is spoilt for ch...read more
Hawker Food By VWSL & Wern Sze Gill If one is not familiar with this area (Taman Mas), one could easily miss this food court. Hidden behind bamboo plants, even the name doe...read more
Hui Wei Chai Can Shi or Hui Wei kopitiam, occupies a double shop lot in the midst of a housing estate, operates from morning to night but not all the stalls are open the whole day.
Located on busy Jalan Kuala Kangsar in a double shop lot is Restoran Kim Bo – a coffee shop which has about seven food stalls.
Ipoh Parade, one of Ipoh’s largest shopping mall destinations, has been undergoing a series of renovations lately, and we are pleased to reveal that one of its recently compl...read more