IPOH Asian House serves Malaysian, Singaporean and Thai cuisine.
DH & I went here today expecting Fung Sing but found IPOH which opened in late April.
I liked that they have different vegetarian dishes from other places: 9 items
DH had the seafood pineapple rice which I tasted.
It had scallops, squid, shrimp, pineapple, raisins in a yellow curry with coconut flavour.
I had the Mee Goreng. It was a bit spicy. I didn't like the egg noodles which were kinda chewy.
DH had the HK style milk tea. He said it was quite good.
I had the Cold Lemon Tea. Cold drinks are an additonal $0.50
It came with 4 slices of lemon. I liked that it was unsweetened.
Usually my lips feel quite dry after the MSG but they were only slightly dry after eating here.
We would come here again.
The girl with the long hair is quite friendly. Thanked us for coming & said 'see you again'.
This is not what south east asian food taste like.
I had the Char Kway Teow which tasted just like any ordinary stir fried rice noodles which you can get any any HK cafe.
Wife had the KL Noodles which tasted equally bad.
I grew up in singapore and malaysia so i know what it should taste like.
This place is just using all the names of the south east asian favourites and doing it their way.
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