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Motormouth From Ipoh – A Malaysian Food Blog
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Hi there, we are a couple from Malaysia who is currently involved in and managing a food directory website called GoWhereEat, which is pretty much on a similar vein as BestFoodJunction and MalaysiaMostWantedFood, except a much nicer layout, and definitely more user friendly. If you wish to increase awareness and traffic to your blog or site, one of the best ways is through referrals, especially on a niche-centered portal like ours. We are hoping to grow our food portal, and help you gain more traffic to your site by submitting your yummy food entries to us. Your entries will be linked to your site so that people can click through to your blog to read about the whole post. Our website only serves as a directory. No other content will be taken from your site unless you yourself has submitted the information to us. In other words, it is totally at your discretion.
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do you have other laksa places to recommend in ipoh besides the big tree in pasir pinji and the one at the gunung rapat wet market?
I am one of the admin of Sin Mee Fah’s facebook like page. We came across to your blog about our shop and it is such a big honour to us for being one of your recommendation in your blog! We learnt that you were not able to get information about our products on the day you came in and we are sorry for it. For your information, we serve very old style Chinese biscuits such as Kong Sou Peng that you have mentioned, Mo Lo Sou (???) (I guess you have not tried it yet), Ham Dan Sou (???) and etcetera which were long lost in the market (might not in Malaysia but you are hardly find it in Ipoh nowadays). Basically we have pandan kaya puff, egg tarts and Kong Sou Peng everyday but other biscuits are vary day by day depending on sifu’s idea and the freshness of raw materials.
Besides, our shop is open from 10am to 6pm everyday and day off is not fixed.
We welcome you to visit our shop again in the future to try out more Chinese traditional biscuits and hope that our products could delight your taste buds! Once again, we thank you for recommending our biscuits in your blog.
Yip (Sin Mee Fah)
I am Sara from foodpanda Malaysia.am soo impressed by ur Graphics and how user friendly is your page besides the amyzing number of connections that u r having.
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Great Work !! Keep it up.
We are pleased to invite you to the launch of Millesime’s Gourmet Hour!
At Millesime, we’ve given good ol’ happy hour our own little twist. Goodbye peanuts and crackers out of a bag. Hello gourmet sandwiches and fine finger food!
All these sumptuous bits and bites complimentary and absolutely no-fine-print-involved-whatsoever-really on the house…..the moment you order drinks.
Our customers will be notified soon. Before that, we would like to share a special preview evening with you.
Where: Millesime (of course!)
G1-01-3, Menara Kencana Petroleum
Solaris Dutamas, No 1, Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur
When: 20th April 2012, 5.30 – 7.30pm
RSVP: By 18th April 2012 to
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Come and let us know what you think!
J2Kfm Reply:April 21st, 2012 at 6:13 pm
Hi Azrin, sorry for the late reply. I actually missed reading this comment until now.
Anyway, good on you guys to come up with a Happy Hour with a twist.
Last Sunday on 10-6-12..we have a wedding dinner at Ipoh Garden East Ocean Seafood Restaurant. We have dissatisfied about some circumstances. This is regarding the red wine, the restaurant is free us 18 nos wine. The restaurant start to serve the wine around 8pm, our guess request the wine during having 2nd meal only, the waiter said to him all wine are finish.After the dinner is finish, we have count the empty botol..is just have 11 only, we dun have see any balance red wine at restaurant anymore.Then, i ask the Manager why just give us 11 nos wine only? Firstly, he just said to me all the wine is finish by your guess already..we already give you enough of nos..After few minute.. the manager said to me is another story..he said this thing is so funny..we found the balance wine at below of the table..this is what the bad reason to me? This restaurant totally give all of my family (include our guess) have a very bad impression.
Kindly inform that you had mislead the information of Jack Fah Restaurant. It is a teow chew porridge restaurant which was founded since 1970. Besides, it is also famous on fried salted pork. Kindly please change the information.
The nyonya kuih is a separate business who rented from the jack fah restaurant owner.
I hope you please change the information as soon as possible. I apologize for any misunderstanding parts that occurred in this response mail.
I absolutely love your blog! Your mouthwatering food adventures have inspired me to go see Penang in person.
If I may ask, what area would you recommend to stay in that has the most abundance of street foods and nightlife? I’m planning to stay for just 3 or 4 days.
I appreciate any suggestions and look forward to hearing from you!
J2Kfm Reply:June 26th, 2012 at 11:54 pm
Georgetown definitely. Stay somewhere within walkable distance to everywhere, preferably around Penang Road. Or if you rent a car or a friend to drive you around, go stay Tg Bungah area. Not too bad and away from the congestion.
Michaelian from early nineties and grew up in Ipoh. I have lived in Boston for 20 yrs and I check your blog every so often when I miss the food back home. Gives me plenty of suggestion whenever I go back to visit my folks. Btw, you need to review the beef noodle sisters across from Sam tet!
J2Kfm Reply:July 7th, 2012 at 11:46 am
Yeah! Cheong Kei I know. I went a few times yet kept missing the stall. And they close on SUNDAYS!
Hi are there any legit food tour guides in Penang? I don’t speak Chinese, though ethnically I am, or any other language other than english and don’t know the dishes and what to order, but I also am a huge foodie and don’t want a tour geared towards the western palette.
J2Kfm Reply:July 24th, 2012 at 10:52 pm
Hi Melissa, sorry I came back quite late to you. You can try rasamalaysia.com. Her family runs a food and travel tour around Penang.
I am also from Ipoh and very proud to be telling my friends and colleagues that I hail from Ipoh.
Anyway, this long weekend, my colleagues are planning a makan trip to Ipoh and we plan to start the journey from KL at 7am on Saturday and hopefully be able to reach Ipoh at 9.30am in time for a round of breakfast at House of Mirrors.
However, we are afraid that some of us might not be able to withstand hunger until then. Do you have any recommendation of good food along the North South highway that we could stopover for a quick bite? I am completely clueless regarding this because I normally don’t detour when I’m travelling back home. Thanks.
I know it’s a long shot but any chance there is an O and S like restaurant with similar quality near the city central. I have a short stop over in Kul and want to eat as much as I can before I leave. CKT, BKT, nasi lemak, curry laksa, popiah rolls..I want to try it all..in a 6 hour layover (my stomach will be hating me after I get on the plane). I basically want to know where the greatest concentration of good food is and I have a feeling it’s not Jalan Alor
I’m mannson from ipoh, 1st to say i love you blog so much!
I just open 1 restaurant at ipoh garden south, we are pleased to invite you to come to our restaurant to try on our food and beverage. Do drop by when you are free. Thanks!
My shop address is NO 46, TINGKAT TAMAN IPOH 12, TAMAN IPOH SELATAN,just behind MI CONG YIN (Scholar’s Noodles) My contact number is 013-9087687.
Thanks you very much!
i try it 2day,coffee taste good..but a bit sweet…ccf & da assam laksa also not bad for me…keep it up dude !
Chinese Master Chefs Symposium 2013 – Evolution of the 21st Century Chefs
You are cordially invited to participate in the above symposium obtaining first-hand information from the three renowned speakers (High Profile Consultant Chef Lam Chan Kuok, Banqueting Specialist Chef Richmond Lim, who is also a Gourmand book winner for Professional category and Chef Xu Long, the Head Chef from Beijing Great Hall of the People, also a top Chinese Master Chef in China) and to taste sample three innovative recipes from Chef Xu Long.
Date : 14 May 2013, Tuesday
Time : 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Venue : Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Banquet Hall, Level 3
This symposium is specially organized by Nestle Professional to create an awareness of the changes and transformation of Chinese chefs in the 21st century and to provide a platform for Chinese chefs to share ideas, network and to highlight MAGGI Master stock’s 20th year in the Malaysian market, a stock based ingredient very popular amongst Chinese chefs for its quality, versatility and convenience.
We will furnish you on the press release very soon. We are happy to assist you if you need any translator.
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