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What attracted my patronage at Restoran Foong Keng Yuen was its banner on a special promotion of Ikan Tilapia at RM13.80, following my earlier disappointment which you can read here: Hunt For the Elusive RM10.80 Ikan Tilapia @ Restoran CK Keong 10th Anniversary. We arrived for lunch, a tad earlier than the supplier for the fish. ... continue reading »

I spied this banner that shouts Ikan Tilapia at RM10.80 (3 preparations) at Restoran CK Keong when shopping at the Monday night market in Taman Ipoh Jaya. Only available from Mondays to Fridays, it says, in conjunction with the restaurant's 10th anniversary celebration. And so, we made out merry way there yesterday, Monday, for lunch. Guess ... continue reading »

Social media has been abuzz with the opening of the new Vietnamese Taste, an eatery in Greentown Business Centre, Ipoh, located between Healy Mac's and the halal-certified Greentown Dimsum Café. If you remember, I have been craving for Vietnamese food since January (read here), but still haven't got it fixed despite all the time that has ... continue reading »

Taste of The Old Days

Jul 1, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, The Malay Mail Newspaper

A whiff of sweet aroma greets visitors even before they step foot into this new village house at number 177, Lorong 3 in Gunung Rapat, Ipoh, Perak. As one of only two heong peah (or fragrant biscuit in English) manufacturers still using traditional coconut shell charcoal-fired ovens in Ipoh, possibly even in Malaysia, Seng Kee Food ... continue reading »

IIFW™ feted members of the press to a Hari Raya hi-tea on Friday at The Academy, WEIL Hotel, Ipoh. Although IIFW™ adviser, YABhg. Datin Seri Dr Nomee Ashikin Mohd Radzi was unable to be present, the event was still a success and well attended, by media partners and players from the hospitality industry. The informal gathering, besides ... continue reading »

Malaysian Peranakan novelist, Dr Chuah Guat Eng, is back for this month's Sharpened Word, with the theme: Feeling Malaysian, Writing For the World: Finding Your Authentic Voice As A Writer. Dr Chuah's first novel, Echoes of Silence, was cited as the first English novel written by a Malaysian author and she self-edited, proof-read and self-published the ... continue reading »

What a memorable evening it was for the 60 children; forty from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Darussalam orphanage and twenty others from selected homes and marginalised families, when they were invited to break fast at Symphony Suites Hotel, Ipoh on Sunday. Earlier in the day, they were treated to a shopping spree at Econsave Ampang Baru to choose ... continue reading »

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