Christmas Day set lunch & dinner
Musings of Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen The one lament I have about being introduced to ‘Tai Chau’ (literally translated to mean ‘big fry’) restaurants is that the dishes in each are, as the Americans would put it…‘same old, same old’. Meaning that they all serve the same dishes and have similar items on their menus. […]
Call it Chaozhou, Teochew, or Teochiew as in the case of the Teochiew Restaurant on Maxwell Road but I drive past it almost daily and the name has caught my eye
Ipoh Parade, one of Ipoh’s largest shopping mall destinations, has been undergoing a series of renovations lately, and we are pleased to reveal that one of its recently completed phases has been its brand new, swanky food court.
Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen Where I used to be the doyenne of pubs and nightspots with loud music I now shun places where the decibel level is higher than 65 (the decibel level for normal speech), seeking instead, venues where quiet conversation, good food and reasonably priced drinks are the raison d’etre for […]
When Dato’ Daniel Tay called, it was supposed to be a casual get-together, a relaxed meal with family, kids and friends, T-shirts and shorts being the order of the evening as the venue was a fan cooled outlet.
They say that ‘birds of a feather flock together’ and in my case, I am blessed to have found my ‘flock’. My group of Foodie friends are always the first to try out a new restaurant or in many instances discover little gems that often we walk or drive past without even a second glance.
Musings on Food By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen When a restaurant has been around for 18 years, and still going strong, I reckon that they’ve got the formula right and chances are, they’ll still be around for the next 18. This is certainly the case with Beacon Point, a cheerful, bright café whose menu has stood the […]
It is interesting as well as unusual to find a restaurant that combines both the more aristocratic North Indian Moghul style cuisine with the robust and fiery South Indian banana leaf variety. While the southern style relies more on coconut milk and rice and is more spicy, the northern staple is more wheat based and utilises yoghurt to temper the heat from spices
Maria’s is a long established restaurant in Greentown and has garnered a following and a reputation for being one of the best steakhouses in Ipoh.
There is a general belief amongst foodies that the best seafood restaurants are situated by the sea. Being the lazy diner that I am, I seldom venture out on long trips whether its to Pantai Remis or Tanjung Tualang or Matang.