This is the follow up of Part 1 of Ipoh Old Town Kopitiam.Ã‚Â Fire Ice is the name of this Hongkong Polor (pineapple) bun.Ã‚Â It is a toasted polor pau with a huge chunk of cold butter inside. It tastes as good as this photo looks.
A hot cup of Hainanese coffee which kept me awake all the way from Ipoh to Penang and way past midnight.Ã‚Â :)Ã‚Â My children and hubby had other coffee and tea drinks too.Ã‚Â For non-coffee lovers like them, they did say the coffee and tea were good.Ã‚Â My Hainanese coffee is very ‘kau’ and full of flavour with no sourish after taste as can be found in some coffees.
The brown bread, toasted and slathered with lots of seri kaya and chunks of butter. It goes well with the half-boiled eggs.
Nasi lemak ayam rendang.Ã‚Â This is the coconut milk rice served with a big piece of chicken rendang, papadums, cucumber and a very spicy sambal ikan bilis.Ã‚Â Though I do not usually like rendang, I must say their chicken rendang goes well with the nasi lemak.
We also had the Ipoh kueh teow soup which is a nice, prawn stock served with the flat rice noodles and garnished with prawns and chicken slices.Ã‚Â Unfortunately, the photo did not turn out well due to the dim lightings.
Overall, Ipoh Old Town Kopitiam is a greatÃ‚Â place to hangout after a long drive from Kuala Lumpur (to Penang) because of the nice ambience, cheap food and good & fast services.Ã‚Â If I am not mistaken, the place serves pork-free meals.Ã‚Â Many locals went there just for a cup of coffee too.