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P.O.R.T. Iftar with Media

Jun 11, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150

P.O.R.T. hosted a breaking of fast event for members of the press on Friday night at its own cafe in Ipoh town that goes by the name of Black District. It was also in conjunction with the reopening of the eatery, which now boasts a primarily seafood menu. Black District, befitting its name, has a dark ... continue reading »

If you are still cracking your head on where to eat, where to break fast or buka puasa in Ipoh, how about I point you to another place? It's at this new place called MÜnch at MÜ Hotel. Well, it's not really new if you think about it. It was formerly known as ibis Styles Hotel ... continue reading »

How does breaking fast with a menu that consists of a hundred savoury items sound to you? I can only say that I can't wait to sink my teeth into those mouth-watering food! Yes! This extensive menu and four other similar ones are being offered by Heritage Hotel Ipoh on daily rotation basis this holy month ... continue reading »

With five extensive menus served on daily rotation, Impiana Hotel Ipoh is offering one of the most unique buka puasa menus as far as I know. If you love fish head or durian, you should check out this hotel's Ramadan fare. If you love BOTH, you most definitely shouldn't miss this amazing treat. Did I say fish ... continue reading »

It's less than a week to Ramadan and some of my friends are already planning their Ramadan fare. It is one month long and they like to dine at different places every evening. I, on the other hand, am looking forward to the appetizing food that I 'tapau' from Pasar Ramadan every year. If you are ... continue reading »

With not one, not two but SIX extensive mouth-watering menus to break fast, one does not need to look far to berbuka puasa this holy month of Ramadan, but to head over to Syeun Hotel in Ipoh. With the theme of "Sentuhan Aneka Rasa 29 Hari", guests are certainly served with a delicious array of familiar ... continue reading »

While Muslims and some of my non-Muslim friends are fasting during this Ramadan, I am hanging up my wok for the month as I go around eating out to savour delightful Malay fare, be it from Pasar Ramadan or halal eateries and restaurants as well as cosy hotel cafés. It is not often that I partake ... continue reading »

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