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    For Dim Sum I recommened Yoke Fok Moon, Ming Kok or Foh San, all three are on the same lane. For chicken kuewtiao you can try the lou wong's version but it will be very crowded, if you can, look for the one at buntong, it's not very famous among non-locals but it's really good and it's only open at night. I recommend the chicken feet, they're available after 8.30pm. For the white coffee there are quite a few places, but try the one in old town (yes, the old town Ipoh, as in the old building, not the franchised ones) the shop's name is Nam Heong (opens in the morning), there you can get roti baker, char kuewtiao, portugese egg tart, curry mee and more. The kopitiam opposite Nam Heong also serves great white coffee. If you want to have white coffee at night I suggest the coffee shop by the name "Chang Jiang" . It's on the way to Pasir Puteh and it opens at night. If you have time maybe you could try the Claypot chicken rice at Bercham. over 5 years ago

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    Ipoh Hor Fun, which is a rice noodle dish served with a clear broth is very popular as is Ipoh chicken rice. over 1 year ago

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