3 days trip to Penang and Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Friday 18 November 2011 12:42 pm
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4 of us go on a 3 days makan trip from KL -> Penang -> Ipoh -> KL. We left KL on Sunday 3pm and arrived back in KL at 3pm Tuesdays, so technically it is a 48 hours trip 🙂 KL->Penang is about 350km, roughly 4.5 hours drive.

Wanted to go to Funny Mountain, but when we reach there on Sunday 5pmish, it was either closed or already finished selling 🙁 miss having their super nice tau fu far and soya bean drink.

100 photos ahead…

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Gee Seng in Bukit Tambun (30km to Penang). It is located at the very end of a stretch of road in Bukit Tambun, passing by some dimly litted residential houses. We reach there 7:30pm just in time for dinner.

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Lots of customers on a Sunday night

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Kam Heong LaLa, RM6 for a small portion

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Chicken satay, RM0.70 each

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very yummy and fresh tasting octopus tentacles, only RM6

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Steamed Scallop on half shell, RM11

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Giant Mantis prawn, naturally sweet flesh, RM39. Above is one mantis prawn cut to four pieces and some other flesh fried with garlic and pepper

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Flower crab, RM23, natural sweet and very delicious

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Spiky shells, RM6, very big and nice

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Next stop, Bee Hooi coffee house restaurant in Pulau Tikus

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CKT stall

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Fried oyster ommelette

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Above is a smallest portion for RM6, satisfyingly slightly gooey and yummy big oyster

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Char Kuey Tiaw, i find this just so so, not flavorful enough

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Po piah, okay

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Gee Seng’s boiled octopus taste much better

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Presgrave Road 888 Hokkien Mee located in Heng Kee Restaurant’s compound

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big slab of roast pork

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Hokkien Mee with Vit’s noodle (+ noodle and all additional topping ie fish ball, roast pork, pig intestine, braised egg, pork ribs), RM8.60, very flavorful soup, must try

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Our stay in Holiday Inn Batu Feringghi booked through Agoda, RM260(all taxes included) for a twin-double bed room, breakfast not included. The hotel is just next to the beach accessible from swimming pool area.

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Holiday Inn Resort

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Chairs next to the sandy beach

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View of hotel from beach area

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Don’t know what are those jelly like balls all over the beach

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The Ship restaurant in Batu Ferringhi which is literally shaped as a ship just across from our hotel.

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First meal: Sri Weld Food Court Nasi Lemak

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in total 6 types of nasi lemak, all priced at RM1.50 per packet (chicken, fried fish, salted fish, prawn, squid)Penang-Ipoh-Trip30-Sri-Weld-Nasi-Lemak

Packing the nasi lemak

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Ingredients: Prawn, Fried Fish, Egg Halves, Salted Fish, small squid and sambal

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All 6 of them, tasty, the sambal is not too spicy or sweet

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with squid sambal

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fried fish

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Salted Fish and Egg

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Prawn

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Walking distance away to Lam Ah Coffee Shop(junction between Beach Street and Chulia Street) for famous beef noodle soup

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Beef Soup Koay Teow manned by a pretty lady boss

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Beef tripe, tendons etc

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Yummy soup, love the gelatinuous beef tendons, RM9 each bowl(with additions of beef tendons)

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Crispy style oyster omelette (Or Chien) available in Lam Ah, find it oily 😛

Not in picture also they serving fresh white nutmeg juice here.

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We wanted to try Ah Leng Char Koay Teow in Khoon Hiang Cafe near Jalan Dato Keramat/Jalan Dunlop intersection, but it was closed on a Monday?!

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Joez coconut jelly made without any additives, but the jelly is form when the jelly is baked and later cooled, and thus jelly is formed within the coconut, this jelly can be found in KL Sentral as well.

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Coconut Jelly

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Price list, RM4 each

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Apom Guan on  Burmah Road near Union Primary School

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The batter seems to be mixed with bits of shredded coconut. This pancake is topped with banana and sweet corn, very fluffy and yummy~~

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Next to a school

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Him Heang is just diagonally across the road from Apom Guan

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Padang brown famous po piah with prawn and crab meat for only RM2.50 each

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One side of this food court is filled with chinese food stalls

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The other side are malay food stalls

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This is the stall

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We were there too early, best to be there at 2:30pm onwards else you might risk having to wait for them to bring all the ingredients here using a bicycle like vehicle. And not to come too late else their crabmeat be finished.

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Crab meat and prawn!

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Very yummy, there are lots of crabmeat bits in it, and the gravy which soak the po piah have crab taste, only RM2.50 each, must try

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Assam laksa stall in padang brown can be skipped, not tasty

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Kek Seng coffee shop along Penang Road

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Kek Seng Char Koay Tiaw Stall

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laksa stall

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po piah stall

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Table didn’t order drinks will be charge RM0.40?

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love this assam laksa, sourish and very tasty

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Their famous Ice Kacang ABC topped with jelly and homemade durian ice cream

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After tasting padang brown’s po piah, this tasted mediocre

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Char Koay Teow in Kek Seng, love this flavorful and yummy plate of noodles, must try

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Wanted to try Pengkalan Weld O-Kio(Ai Yu Bing jelly) and assam laksa, but it was closed on Monday, went to this fried banana stall opposite instead

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Yummy fried banana

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Paya Terubong’s Te Chang You Tiao Wang, this place is near to Air Itam Assam Laksa place

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menu

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putting mayo into the fried chinese you tiao

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From top: tuna, chicken floss and sausage. I find them not tasty, just for the “novelty” of eating really long chinese fried crullers.

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We reach Ipoh on Monday night around 8pm in time for dinner in Onn Kee, as the more famous Lou Wong is closed on a Monday night, looks like quite a well restaurant we wanted to dine in are closed on Mondays or could it be some chinese festival, it is quite strange for Ipoh Dessert street to be closed on Monday as well.

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Chicken feet

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Fish ball and pork balls

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Tuesday morning dim sum in Yoke Fook Moon in Ipoh’s dim sum street (Foh San, Ming Court and Yoke Fook Moon all in the same street)

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Yummy Cheong Fun

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fried cheese dumpling is just ok

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Porridge

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Har Kaw(Shrimp dumpling) and Siew Mai are obligatory dim sum

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Fried Yam Puff

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Super huge Big Pau, not nice as it is too big and too much meat(chicken and pork)

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Xiao Long Bao

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Yummy Fried Radish Cake, slightly gluey texture with crispy edges

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Char Siew Pau (caramelised pork bun)

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prawn cruller wrapped in cheong fun, surprisingly quite food

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One of their specials here: fish noodle with pig stomach soup, pepperish

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Beef balls are too floury

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JJ Cakes & Swissrolls in Ipoh

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Rows of fridge filled with all different flavors of swissrolls

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even durian flavor

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Price list

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Tried one of their best seller: “Four Heavenly Kings” ie carrot, spinach etc filled with nutty cream cheese fillings. I find their cream cheese fillings have quite a bit of butter in it which makes it taste a bit like buttercream, would prefer the fillings to be less buttery. But if you chill the swissrolls well, the fillings will be firmer and feel less buttery

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Sin Yoon Loong coffeshop for ipoh coffee and toast, above is cheong fun with mushroom sauce, just ok

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Steamed Creme Caramel, cold and nice in Sin Yoon Loong coffee shop, Ipoh

All in all, we spent RM290 each (all inclusive, hotel, toll, food) for a food-packed makan trip.

Funny Mountain Soya Drink, Ipoh (must try)

GPS: N04′ 35.690 E101′ 05.057

Business hour: 10:30am till finish around 6pm (Closed Tuesday)

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…Moments…

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Gee Seng Seafood Restaurant (must try)

Address: 860, Bagan Bukit Tambun, 14110 Simpang Ampat, S.P.S.

Business hour: for dinner

GPS: N 5.27122 E 100.44338

Telephone: 04-588 7220

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As Suanie Sees It

Ken Is On Food Hunt

From Taiping with Love

Bee Hooi Kopitiam

Address: Jalan Burma, Pulau Tikus (across from Belissa Row)

Business hour: 6pm-10pm (closed on Tuesdays)

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Penang Street Food

I come, I see, I Hunt, I Chiak

Relections of Yesterday, TODAY & Tomorrow

888 Hokkien Mee (Hing Kee Restaurant) (must try)

Address: Lebuh Presgrave (Gat Lebuh Presgrave)

GPS: N 5.41023 E100.33230

Business hour: 5pm – midnight

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Penang Food Reviews

It’s Delicious

Ali Nasi Lemak in Sri Weld Food Court

Address: Along Beach Street aka Lebuh Pantai

GPS: N 5′ 25.080 E 100′ 20.574

Business hour: 6:30am onwards (Mon-Sat, Closed Sunday and Public Holidays)

Telephone: 016-4070 717

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It’s Delicious

Ownly Penang

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Lam Ah Coffee Shop (Beef Noodle)

Address: Junction between Beach and Chulia, just across from a fire station

GPS: N 5′ 24.925 E 100′ 20.363

Business hour: 10:30am – 4:30pm (Closed Sunday and Public Holidays)

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PauPau Dreamland

A Simple Plan

Vkeong

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Joez Coconut Jelly (must try)

Address: Jalan Dato Keramat

GPS: N 5′ 24.719” E 100′ 19.393″

Business hour: 9am – 8pm

Website: Joez Coconut

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Eaterland

I am a boy

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Simon Says (cocount jelly available in KL Sentral)

Nikel Khor (kiosk in KL Sentral)

Apom Guan (must try)

Address: Jalan Burmah, somewhere diagonally across from Him Heang

GPS: N 5′ 25.386 E 100′ 19.324

Business hour(Guan): 10:00am-6:30pm

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Ho Chiak

Scrumptious

Vkeong on Apom Chooi (near Apom Guan)

Him Heang Tau Sar Piah

Address: 162-A, Jalan Burma, 10050, Penang, Malaysia

Telephone: 604-228 6129 or 04-228 6130

GPS: N 5.42384 E 100.32121

Business hour: 8:30am – 5pm (Mon-Sat, closed on Sunday)

Penang Street Food

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HarKau SiewMai

Angeline’s Life

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Incredible Penang

Padang Brown Seafood Po Piah

Address: Dato Keramat

GPS: N 5′ 24.861 E 100′ 19.003

Business hour: 2:30pm-5pm (Closed Thursday)

Ho Chiak

From Little India

Vkeong

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Bangsar Babe

Kek Seng Restaurant

Address: Penang Road

GPS: N 5′ 24.974 E 100′ 19.759

Business hour: 11am – 4:30pm

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Su Fen’s Little Cottage

Junning Into the Walks of Ken

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Paya Terubong Long Chinese Crullers – Te Chang You Tiao Wang

Address: Paya Terubong, near Air Itam Assam Laksa

GPS: 5′ 23.657 100′ 16.784 OR N 5′ 24.665 E 100′ 19.835

Business Hour: 6am-6pm (closed alternate Tuesday)

Telephone: 016-433 7301

Bangsar Babe

Where2Eat

Junning Into the Walks of Ken

Lingzie’s Tummy Treat

Onn Kee Restaurant (Tauge Ayam Kue Tiau)

Address: 48,51&53, Jalan Yau Tet Shin, 30300, Ipoh, Perak

Telephone: 012-5300 888 or 012-5566 669 or 019-5646 161

Yoke Fook Moon Hong Kong Tim Sum

Address: 67-69, Jalan Leong Sin Nam, 30300, Ipoh (next to Foh San)

Telephone: 05-2416 589

Business hour: 6am-1pm

Poink

Tasteiest

Eating Out and Dining in Malaysia

Elinluv

Health Freak Mummy

Motormouth from Ipoh

JJ Cakes & Swissrolls

Address: 36, Jalan Chung Thye Phin, 30250, Ipoh, Perak

GPS: N 4.58602 E 101.08653

Business Hour: 9am-9pm(Monday-Saturday); 9am-8pm(Sunday)

Telephone: 016-419 5796 or 05-241 5796

Website: JJ Cakes

Doggyjames

Motormouth from Ipoh

Purple’s Diary

Little Chumsy’s Blog

Health Freak Mummy

Other Food Places we didn’t managed to try:

Ah Leng Char Koay Teow 

Address: Khoon Hiang Cafe, Jalan Dato Keramat

GPS: N 5′ 24” 46.4”’ E 100′ 19” 09.9”’

Business hour: 8am – 2pm (Closed Tues/Thurs)

Balik Pulau Assam Laksa – Nan Guang Coffee Shop

Address: T-junction of Jalan Tun Sardon and Jalan Balik Pulau
Business hour: 10am-5pm (closed Wednesday)

Air Itam Assam Laksa
Business hour: 11am – 3pm (Closed Wed, better go before noon to skip crowd)

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee

GPS: N5.41524 E100.32248

Tanjung Bungah Fried Banana fritters (banana, yam, cempedak, mashed banana)
Business hour: noon – 6pm
Address: Jalan Chan Siew Teong. According to What2See, after Tanjung Bungah police station traffic light
GPS: 5″ 2757.4′ 100″ 1647.1′
Phone: 019-446 7343 or 012-423 6499
Note: White van on the way to feringhi, left hand side

Penang Siam Road CKT

Address: End of Siam Road(sometimes in Anson Road)
Business hour: 3pm-7:30pm  (Mon-Fri, sometimes closed on Mondays)
Address: End of Siam Road
GPS Coordinates: N5 24.925 E100 19.219

Yi Garden Cafe (Charcoal Oyster, Wanton, Venison Pan Mee)

Address: between Macalister Road and Lorong Selamat

GPS: N 5′ 24.980 E 100′ 19.458
Business hour: 6pm – 10:30pm (closed on Sunday)

De Tai Thong dim sum

Address: 45 Cintra Street, 10100 Penang
Business hour: 6am till 12pm (open daily and closed on every alternate Mondays)

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee

Address: Lorong Seratus Tahun
GPS: 5.415243 100.322485

Business hour: 7:30am – 2pm (Closed Thursday)

Pengkalan Weld Assam Laksa (Ai-Yu-Bing dessert)

Address: Just next to Penang Tua Pui Curry Mee Stall
Business hour: 11:30-early evening (closed on Mondays)

Dessert Street (Tong Sui Street)

Address: near Sam Tet High school

GPS: N 4′ 35.746′ E 101′ 5.242′

Other Interesting Post on Penang/Ipoh:

4 types of oyster omelette in Penang

Paramount Hotel (only RM120 for a twin-double bed room), near town center GPS to Paramount Hotel: N 5.42624 E 100.32610

FairParkHotel

Address: No85, Jalan Kamaruddin Isa, 31400, Ipoh, Perak

GPS: 4′ 36.372′ E101′ 5.644′

Info: Check in time 3pm, check out time noon, WIFI & Astro in all rooms, complimentary 2 bottle water each day

Telephone: 605-548-8666

Website: Fair Park Hotel Ipoh


 

FHM2011(20th-23th Sept 2011), 11th Malaysia Food & Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Friday 23 September 2011 1:11 am
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FHM2011(Food & Hotel 2011) is finally here, this is by far the biggest food exhibition in Malaysia and only held once every 2 years. The next show is going to be on 17-20 Sep 2013. I am literally running around like a mad women tasting all the free food, no need lunch, just go FHM to fill up your tummy with all sorts of food.

Above is the first stop, really yummy gelato brought in by Pastry Pro Sdn Bhd, this gelato brand – Pernigotti is not yet available in Malaysia, tried the chocolate and strawberry, both were really smooth and packed with flavor.

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Monin – famous beverage syrup producer whipping up smoothies using Vitamix blender

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Eonlipids Nutrition Specialities Sdn Bhd from Pasir Gudang, Johor. Their durian ice cream made with their durian powder + real durian flesh is really good~

Website: Eonlipids Sdn Bhd

Taste Better Malaysia

 

 

 

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However, i find their hot soya milk a bit weird tasting

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Gold Coast City Council Booth showcasing yummy goodies from down under.

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From Australia: 3 types of chocolate from Morlife. Chocolate coated chinese goji berries, choc coated blueberries and mix berries coated in choc

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From Australia: Yummy spice concoction which can be transformed to yummy dips just by adding sour cream/yogurt.

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Yummy mozarella sticks from LA Esmeralda cheese

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Free hand sanitizer

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Lemnos cheeses

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yummy green tea pudding by Delitea Sdn Bhd, your dessert and beverage specialist

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Dankoff Coffee Specialist Sdn Bhd serving up freshly made cappucino with coffee art

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items on display: empty snail shells for sale?

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white goat cake among others

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Soft bread by Auric Chun Yip Sdn Bhd

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Dried Dehydrated kimchi, just add to any ramen noodle and can instantly enjoy korean kimchi flavor.

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Dehydrated oranges dipped in dark or white chocolate.

Website: O’Jeju, Agro FoodTech Holdings

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Fried tempura and belgian waffle

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Bologna ham slicing machine by Zinnia Packaging (S) Pte Ltd from Singapore

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Dried lychee from Taiwan. Available for sale: Box(RM40), small bag(RM15)

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Yummy sausages from Lucky Frozen Sdn Bhd, one of the leading food provider in Malaysia.

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Portuguese egg tart from Sinmag Bakery Equipment Sdn Bhd

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Showcasing Nordmilch(German dairy brand) and Ponthier(French fruit puree brand) brought by Lucky Frozen Sdn Bhd. Strawberry smoothie taste yummy, whereas kiwi green tea taste awfully weird

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Industrial machine

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Tons of pastry for tasting by English Hotbreads Sdn Bhd, a leading food manufacturer in Malaysia

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Above is cheese tart which i didn’t try, but chocolate brownie by AB Mauri Malaysia Sdn Bhd(yeast and bakery ingredient company) is really nice.

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LV Fondant Cake by Trans Standard International Sdn Bhd

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WoodOven serving pizza with really good crust

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Rational Self Cooking Center brought by NKR-Continental (M) Sdn Bhd, the so called “buffet booth”, different type of food like fried rice, salmon etc

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Free popcorn for everyone

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Unox bakery equipment by Murni Machinery Sdn Bhd

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MSM Equipment Manufacturer Sdn Bhd (MSM) with their auto-meals car, kinda like the TLC guy cooking out of his kitchen mobile

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Customizable cafe box

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2-storey Cafe box

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The “Auto-Meal” car by MSM

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Rotiboy sandwiches, muffin, and blueberry rotiboy

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A very interesting gadget developed by 1-Invention Sdn Bhd called tamaGo, whereby can cook up to 80 eggs perfectly to a soft boiled consistency and be maintained such for long time. The egg will turn out perfect, and will not be undercooked or overcooked.

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I was given a soft boiled egg to try, perfect.

FHM Official Website: Food and Hotel 2011

Address: KLCC Convention Center, Jalan Ampang, Malaysia


 

New Food Directory: Food Places in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 28 November 2010 8:45 pm
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Please go to Food Places in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, you can search food places using food keywords or location(i.e. address). All the dining places posted in Dishwithvivien.com has been added and will be continually be added to this directory. They are sorted by cuisine type, depending on what you are craving for the day, you can browse through the whole directory for suggestions of what to eat.

http://www.cyberjayadirectory.com/ is mainly is about Cyberjaya, my current workplace, but i had created a sub-category called Food Places in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor for food places outside Cyberjaya as well 😛


 

Beauty Expo 2010 and Epicure Malaysia 2010

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 19 September 2010 11:51 pm
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Fair1-Beauty-Expo

Beauty10 Expo, they have a hair competition going on. The traffic inside the fair is not as congested as last year, perhaps due to them charging RM10 entrance fee. Just browsing, nothing much interesting, they have some cheap hair curlers, sheet mask, eye mask, nail polishes etc. My previus post on Beauty9 Expo

Fair2-Beauty-Expo

elegant lady with heavy hair piece

Fair4-Chilis

Chilis Menu, heard that Chilis in KLCC is better than other branches, so we went ahead, sure enough there is a 20-30minutes wait.

Fair5-Nachos

Rockin Jack Nachos with jalapeno pepper, sour cream, tomato salsa (plus extra order of  guacamole) ~ RM25, satisfying cheesy, enough to feed two.

Fair3-Epicure-2010

Epicure Malaysia 2010 in Sime Darby Convention Centre. Definition of Epicure from google: a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink). Find the fair to be small, just like last time i went which is year 2008, and low profile, not much publicity of this fair. My previous post on Epicure Malaysia 2008

Website: Beauty10 Expo & Epicure Malaysia 2010

Post by other blogger:

three.six.nine Beauty Expo 2010

Whatever stuffs in my life beauty expo

Vonvon’s Interest: Epicure Malaysia 2010

The Ranting Cynic: Epicure Malaysia 2010

Vision KL: Epicure Malaysia 2010


 

Delicious Read – The Delicious Times

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 11 August 2010 9:12 pm
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delicious-times

mag published by the delicious group

delicious-ingredients

food ingredients sold in “Delicious Ingredients” gourmet food store in Dua Annexe branch(Jalan Tun Abdul Razak) and Bangsar Village branch

Website: The Delicious Group


 

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