Malaysian Food: Ipoh Gourmet

Discover The

Tastes Of Ipoh

IpohGo will take you on a gourmet journey through Ipoh’s diverse culinary landscape.

Malaysian Food: Ipoh Gourmet

Discover the Tastes of Ipoh

IpohGo will take you on a gourmet journey through Ipoh’s diverse culinary landscape.

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The city of Ipoh takes great pride for being at the epicentre of Malaysian cuisine. Its food culture is well-known throughout Malaysia where every week droves of people travel the length and breadth of the nation to sample and stock up on Ipoh’s finest offerings. Ipoh’s population is predominantly ethnic-Chinese of Cantonese, Hokkien and Hakka descent. Consequently, many of the city’s famous dishes belong within that cuisine range. However, there are many exceptional Malay and Indian food offerings in Ipoh too, as IpohGo’s Directory attests to. For example, a Nasi Kandar Mamak stall that was established in the 1950s has been dubbed “Nasi Ganja” owing to its alleged addictiveness.

Malaysian Food

Below is a selection of Malaysian food, individually linked to a more extensive article where you can discover more information about each dish. Accompanying each gourmet article, you will also find recommended establishments in Ipoh.

Ipoh Food and Beverage

Categories

Bakery

Desserts

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Drinks

Noodles

Curry Mee: Mouth-Watering Curry Noodles

Curry Noodles IpohGo

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.

Rice

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Snacks

Soups

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