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. Continue reading
D Fusion cafe offers a mix of Western and Japanese dishes. With “fusion” in its name, are the cuisines fused? No – just the fact that two types of cuisines are available. While there are plenty of Japanese restaurants in Ipoh, D Fusion is the first to offer simple Japanese dishes at affordable prices in a cafe setting.
Annie Music Dining & Music Cafe is located in the residential area in Ipoh, Bercham. With oldies music playing in the background, the cafe is a home-styled cafe, eclectic with the murals, Chinese paintings and the family’s living room in the same hall. Continue reading
Romeo Cafe in Ipoh has an uncommon specialty – tobacco. IN this clean-cut and no-frills space, tobacco is the main focus, while coffee and pastries complement the cafe.
The newly opened Chang Jiang White Coffee Cafe off Jalan Gopeng brings us back to the olden days. Marbled table tops, giant mirrors and old fashioned panel windows reminisce the typical kopitiam, but at the same time, the cafe is demurely fashionable with Tiffany blue chairs and pink window frames. Continue reading
Coffeeright Place is a quaint little cafe that’s spicing up Jalan Kampar with the skylines of New York – presented in black and white while highlighting some of the buildings in brilliant colors making them lively and lego-like. Continue reading
We had lunch at Basileuo Salad in Greentown the other day and the simplistic cafe in green oozes fresh energy with a focus on healthy food. For starters, we had a flamboyant salad where we chose our very own 11 kinds of toppings including – beet root, enoki mushroom, tomato, carrot, pumpkin seed, wood ear fungus, edamame, pomelo, purple cabbage, black olives, chick peas with a raspberry vinaigrette dressing (RM 17.50).
Drinking tea at Tea & Tattle is truly a sophisticated experience – where teas come with a dainty sand timer that indicates how much time you must endure before you can take in a sip of warmth. Tea is the main focus here, served in an uncluttered environment. Continue reading
D Espresso Cafe is quite a low profile cafe located in Station 18. It has a plain facade with a simple blue signboard but once you have entered the cafe, it’s eclectic with nostalgia, DIY and personal touches.
At Wheel Noodle that has just newly opened on Jalan Market, eating noodles may not be the same again when noodles are served in bite-sized portions, in old-fashioned bowls with rooster images. In fact, Wheel Noodle is calling its noodles “Dong Dong Noodles”, as in the olden days, noodles are sold on bicycles with vendors making “dong dong” sounds by knocking metal spatula on the wok to attract more customers.