Famous for their Curry Noodles, is almost impossible to get a spot during the weekends and waiting time can take up to 2 hours. What’s the hype about it? Located opposite the police station, you can smell the strong and pungent curry a mile away.
Ipoh’s Heritage – Koh Kee M Makan Kaki is off to another food hunt! What’s the first place you can think of when the word Ipoh comes up? It would…
This time around, we whisked ourselves to savor the exotic taste of our friendly neighbor Thailand. What’s there to not love about Thai Food? The delicate balance of sweetness, spiciness and sourness all in one mouthful. Luckily Malaysians are accustomed to having chili in our diet, but our neighbor takes it up a notch, which leaves us with a burning palate and loads of sniffles. So it’s off to Ipoh Soho for Lanna Thai, a restaurant that was previously located at Ipoh Garden East.
This time, we are reviewing an outlet in our sister property, M Boutique Station 18. In fact, we have been keeping it a secret.. shhh. In there, lies a Japanese Restaurant which we are proud to present. Mizakaya Japanese Restaurant. The makan kakis were craving for some ‘oishi’ goodness.
Here comes another food review from the M Makan Kakis. In this episode, we discovered a quaint and cosy restaurant which serves Peranakan (Nyonya) Delights with a Twist. Dong at Hale Street, located at the heart of the city, just a street away from the hustle and bustle of Concubine Lane. Dong is a place where one can partake in local dishes whilst enjoying a glass of wine. Opened by a team of well known F&B operators of cafes in Ipoh, they challenged themselves to take on local cuisines, differing from their other cafés. The concept was to create a laid-back and chill environment for millinieals to appreciate our food history.