Perak Roadtrip – The Stuff I Ate

I bought a food guide to places to eat in Perak published by The Star, and although it seems a little strange to have a food guide to my own backyard, it only serves to re-affirm some of the places that I’ve been eating at for 20 over years.

Anyways, I went on a roadtrip during the weekend and if you are interested to know where and what I ate, here’s the list:

  • Wantan mee, Pun Chun, Bidor
  • Taugeh (beansprouts) chicken rice, Lou Wong, Ipoh
  • Tau foo fa, stall near Lou Wong, Ipoh
  • Pisang goreng (banana fritters, coated with sesame seed), stall near Petronas kiosk, Sri Iskandar
  • Cendol , James Cendol, Sitiawan
  • Seafood, Restoran Ah Pek Lee Kou Hock, Kampung Cina
  • Dark sauce noodles, Auntie Jenny’s,  Sri Manjung
  • Fresh water prawns, Lau Fong, Teluk Intan
  • Hawaiian Lamb Shoulder, Chicken and Apple Salad,  Al-Fresco, Teluk Intan

And yeah, whenever you’re in Teluk Intan and craving for some western food, head over to Al-Fresco, located along Jalan Changkat Jong, across the main road from the new Giant hypermarket. It’s the best in town.

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  1. j2kfm July 28, 2009

    oh, Al fresco on the main road? are they opened for lunch?
    usually go TI during daytime, and wondering what to eat ….

    Lana Tea house serves cheap, no frills western/eastern fare as well. not bad, cozy environment.

  2. tokyo_nights July 28, 2009

    Yeah, next to Tai Chong. Caters for the dinner crowd, kitchen opens at 5