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most delicious Ipoh food

L-R: Simon Lo (Next Food Avenue Director), Chan Yu Yin (Ipoh Parade Centre Manager) & Mac Loh (Ipoh Parade Admin Manager) give the thumbs up for the array of food available at Next Food Avenue

It is common knowledge that some of the most delicious food can be found in Ipoh. It is a known fact that there are people who would take the trouble to drive to Ipoh from other cities just to indulge in our gastronomic delights.

most delicious Ipoh food

Hakka yam abacus (Restoran Noah)

most delicious Ipoh food

lui cha (Restoran Noah)

However, being out-of-towners, searching for the right food shop around town can be quite a hassle, especially for someone who is not so adventurous on unfamiliar roads.

most delicious Ipoh food

popiah (Gerai Makanan Popiah)

most delicious Ipoh food

bean sprout chicken (Restoran Tauge Ayam Wong Kee)

Now, with the opening of Next Food Avenue, the problem of searching for some of the best street food in Ipoh is solved. With the revamping and rebranding exercise of Ipoh Parade at a cost of close to RM90 million, comes along Next Food Avenue that brings a refreshing shopping mall food court concept that caters to a larger cross-section of the community.

most delicious Ipoh food

clockwise from left: golden fragrant fried rice, Mongolian chicken & salted egg chicken (Good Tastes Kitchen)

most delicious Ipoh food

clockwise from left: golden signature chilli pan mee, Japanese CEO pan mee & Korean kimchi pan mee (Chilli Pan Mee)

With a total of 26 stalls in two distinctive sections, namely pork-free (12) and non-halal (14), the management of Next Food Avenue has brought together a wide selection of local favourites, not only in Ipoh, but also from out of town.

most delicious Ipoh food

sweet & sour paku vegetables (Chilli Pan Mee)

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