Sunday, 19 May 2013

Ipoh Outing!

Started our day pretty early as we have plans in Ipoh. R u ready for some food hunt?! Yes, we are!! :D 
Sunrise observed on our way to Ipoh on the Penang Bridge. Nice view :) 
Kick-start our day with some nice Ipoh's Dim Sums at the very well-known Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant (富山茶楼). It took us about 1 1/2 hours to get here from Penang Island. 
Foh San is very easily located. It's a huge and luxurious 2-storey Dim Sum Restaurant.
Lots of people~~
Got our seats on the 2nd floor. Dim Sums are available at both floors, making it easy for the guests.
A section of pastries
The waiters and waitresses there wear face mask to maintain food hygiene.
Our orders! We ordered more than this actually. 
Har Kau
Fish Balls
Prawn Siew Mai
Hong Kong style Chee Cheong Fun
Pork Dumplings
Is this Fish Balls too?? Forgotten. Hehe.. 
Yam Puff and Egg Tarts. I likey~~
Forgotten what was this :P
Fried Fish Balls and Char Siew Sou

Lor Mai Kai. Nice!
Salted Egg Lotus Steamed Bun
Pork Porridge with Century Egg. Warm and nice for breakfast.

Char Siew Pau
Our breakfast of Dim Sums for 4 person costed us around RM70-RM80. I personally think that the dim sums here tasted just fine. Popular for tourists, but probably not for locals. Maybe Ipoh friends know somewhere else for nicer ones?


Anonymous said...

Try the dim sum restaurant opposite the Fu Shan. :)
You will like it.

Anonymous said...

You also can try the 超全 (Chao Chuan) at Butterworth which at junction between Jalan Raja Uda and Jalan Ong Yi How.
The tua pao & char siew pao are nice.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the suggestion. Will try out next time! :D

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