Morsel Eatery @ Ipoh

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Ipoh Malaysia Perak

The Morsel Eatery nestled in the same building as Shamrock Hotel is brought to you by the same group behind Myth and Jose & Deli, only that this concept is not entirely new because the interior is the marriage of the two existing places.  

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You’ll see the familiar blue chairs and the industrial chic concept with bare concrete from Jose & Deli,

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and the knick-knacks such as opaque brown chemical bottles and safari-inspired animal photos from Myth.

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The black coffee is moderately strong (RM 7.9).

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The “Mexican Chicken Quesadilla” (RM 16.90) as per menu is described to consist of “chicken cube, onion, cheese, tomato puree” – sounds Mexican enough.  The quesadilla was enjoyable with a piece of juicy deep-fried chicken wrapped with tortilla, but it did not quite match the menu description.  If you look at it in a Mexican context – the quesadilla is nowhere near “Mexican” other than the tortilla wrap used.  Just a little bit of something extra like salsa, guacamole, jalapeno peppers or spiced beans would have given it a bit of identity.

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If you are don’t fancy anything too heavy, simple pastries are available.

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Other items on Morsel Eatery’s menu include set lunches, burgers, pastas, pizzas & sandwiches in the range of RM 9.90 to RM 19.90 while mains are in the range of RM 23 – RM 60.  Various types of beers are available.

More Info : Non Halal.
Address : 23, A, Jalan Dato Seri 1, Ahmad Said Ipoh 30450

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