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榮成禮坊年餅系列 - 大推金玉滿堂咸蛋酥!

榮成禮坊 (Yong Sheng Gift Shop )在1952年由麻坡起家,是麻坡老字號餅家, 至今已走過66個年頭,在全馬共有11間分行,光是年餅就是有20多種!每樣都好想吃啊 ~ 他們最近也加入鹹蛋風潮, 推出了【金玉滿堂鹹蛋酥】!也很推薦【糙米紫薯餅】,【鳳梨酥】,還有【貓山王瑞士捲】~ 限定款買四盒還有Promotion, RM100而已~ 之後所買的年餅還有25%折扣~ Continue reading

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大馬找吃小旅行 - 丹絨士拔美食攻略

丹絨士拔 (Tanjung Sepat) 是雪蘭莪州沿岸的一個小漁村,離吉隆坡約1.5小時的車程,很適合住在雪隆區的朋友們來個cuti cuti malaysia一日遊 。 最推薦的是湯頭清甜的海鮮肉骨茶,跟大家在雪隆區吃的很不一樣,其他還有木薯片,梅菜包等一籮筐的美食,有機會一定要去丹絨士拔 cari makan ~ Continue reading

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Pan Mee @ Facey Noodle House, Ipoh 辣一辣怡保馳名辣椒板麵

I am back in Ipoh for a few weeks and at a friend’s suggestions we decided to go and try Facey Noodle House’s pan mee ( 辣一辣怡保馳名辣椒板麵), which is particularly known for its chilli pan mee.  I’ve tried a few places in Ipoh for chilli pan mee before but I haven’t really found anything remarkable.   Continue reading

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17 Hidden Food Gems You Must Try in Ipoh

Not too long ago, I wrote  a list of “15 Iconic Ipoh Foods You Must Try in Ipoh” that’ll serve well as a beginners’ guide to Ipoh food.  These foods are the most iconic and they are pretty much what everyone wants to eat when they are visiting Ipoh for the first time.  But of course Ipoh has much more to offer than these 15 things.  In this new list , I’ve put together 17 hidden food gems in Ipoh that are not too well-known by visitors but are absolutely  loved by Ipohans, and you wouldn’t want to miss these 17 incredible things to eat in Ipoh.  Continue reading

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15 Iconic Ipoh Foods You Must Try in Ipoh

When it comes to Ipoh food, it is so difficult to decide what to eat because there is just so much good food and you just want to eat everything ! I’ve picked out 15 Ipoh Foods that you absolutely must try when you visit Ipoh.  The food on this list is as iconic as KLCC is to Kuala Lumpur; and as iconic as Eiffel Tower is to Paris.   That’s how iconic they are. Continue reading

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Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah @ Ipoh (旺記祖傳豆腐花)

Woong Kee Tau Fu Fah in Ipoh (旺記祖傳豆腐花) is fast becoming Ipohans’ new favorite place.  The stall started off as a small stall in Bercham and has now expanded to a bigger store on Jalan Ali Pitchay (Off Jalan Yang Kalsom).  When it comes to weekends and public holidays, good luck, because you’ll need the patience to queue.  Continue reading

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