Curry Noodles IpohGo

Curry Mee: Mouth-Watering Curry Noodles

In Ipoh, a varied and diverse range of noodles are used when serving Curry Mee. Customers often have a choice of what type of noodles they want. Vendors typically offer yellow noodles, vermicelli, or hor fun (flat rice noodles) while some provide a wider choice such as wheat-based wanton noodles or Hakka noodles.

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Ipoh Laksa

Laksa: A complicated and controversial ‘soup’?

What is Laksa? A simple-worded question that can have multiple and competing answers depending on who you ask. This article will explore the question but if a simple answer is demanded, laksa is a spicy noodle soup.

ice kacang

Ice Kacang

Ice kacang (Ais Kacang) is a Malaysian dessert. It is also loved in other South East Asian countries such as Brunei and Singapore.

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Popiah

Popiah

Popiah is a fresh spring roll. Popiah is a fresh spring roll. This “Asian Burrito” is more intricate and is comprised of numerous more ingredients than a regular burrito.

Hakka Mee

Hakka Mee: Amazing Wavy Noodles

Hakka Mee (Hakka Noodles) is an amazingly simple but tasty dish. It comprises of noodles topped with fried minced pork and garnished with chopped spring onion.

Ipoh White Coffee IpohGo

Ipoh White Coffee

Ipoh white coffee is a common drink in all of Malaysia but it without doubt originated in Ipoh’s Old Town. The term ‘white coffee’ has absolutely nothing to do with the colour of the coffee.