[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text] What are the good restaurant nearby? Any recommended food around here? This is one of the common questions our friends will ask upon checking into M Roof Hotel & Residences. As recommended by some of our family members who stays around our Ipoh Garden, we were brought to a Malay...

Randomness is just us, so we hopped into our Vellfire and headed over to Pengkalan, Station 18. Upon reaching our sister property, we realised how time flew as realised that M Boutique Station 18 is marching onwards to it's 3rd Birthday this year. Inspired by jazz and is 5 minutes walking distance to the Aeon Mall Station 18,...

We're sure you've been bogged down by thousands of sharing on social media about varieties of "hidden food gems" in Ipoh. There's always a new cafe around the corner or what we like to call a "newly discovered" traditional foods or even newer fusion type cuisine. We wouldn't say it's recent but let's talk about some 'new foodie...

Since we had reviewed Chinese and Malay food, it's time to taste some banana leaf curry rice and decided to trod down to Old Andersonian Club & Cafeteria (which is the alumus of Sekolah Menegah Kebangsaan Anderson) located at the corner of D.R. Seenivasagam roundabout which, coincidentally near the school itself. ...

Malaysians are foodies, with some being really die hard foodies. At the mere mention of eating at a Medan Selera (aka Food Court), many will shy away as Malaysians prefer to eat at speciality hawkers (or restaurants) or highly reviewed, and sometimes what we call "as seen on social media" places. ...