Taiping, another interesting town for you to visit in Perak after Ipoh. Formally known for their coal mining activity, Taiping is now becoming a famous tourist spot in Perak. Among the places that are interesting in this town are, Taiping Zoo, Maxwell Hill, Taiping Prison, Taiping Lake Garden and many more. And for food hunters, Taiping was also a food heaven. Before this, I had reviewed one famous Cendol in Taiping, you may read it here: Cendol Bismillah, Taiping.
Have I said to you that I love Chinese Food so much? Well, yes, but somehow halal Chinese Food was quite hard to find because, as you already know, Chinese food often to contained pork in their ingredients, so I have to be careful. Thus, I continue my journey to find the Best Halal Chinese Food in Malaysia. Lucky me that there are some folks who are a Chinese Muslim that had doing some food business in Malaysia. I had made a review about some of them here: Halal Dim Sum @ Jom Cari Makan Restaurant, Damansara and Restoran Cina Muslim Al-Munawarah @ Seksyen 9, Shah Alam.
Vanakam!! Okay, today I’m gonna blog another cool restaurant in Ipoh, Perak. Well this restaurant had established in Ipoh for a long time, I wonder whether they have any other branch or not~
If you craving for some Halal Indian food, I recommend you this place. Well, actually it is quite easy to find any Halal Indian food here in Malaysia because most Indian food don’t contain pork or alcohol, however you still need to be careful as the beef still need to be slaughtered according to syara’ right?! Anyway, for this restaurant I believed it was safe/halal because I heard the owner was a Muslim.
Yeah, our last day in Surabaya. Sorry for the very late update about this. I have so many things to go through. Starting with my final exam and few other personal things~huhu. Anyway, I’m in holiday now, so I’m free to post to this blog, yeay!!~
For those who had lost on what am I talking about you may read my 1st and 2nd Post on Surabaya Food Travelling.
Ok, lets go for the food travel story. For the third day we only manage to go for one restaurant only because for breakfast and dinner, we eat at the hotel.
Okay, for our lunch, we go to Javana Ikan Bakar and Seafood. The location is at Jalan Sulawesi, Surabaya. Details on location will be mention below.
About this restaurant food, I thinks it’s nice~More to Chinese style of food. I even saw some Indonesian Chinese groups eating here.=) Yet, you must not worry on the halal status of the food, our tourist guide guaranteed on this.
Okay, this Restaurant is also known as Nasi Ayam Bazar Bulat 1980. Its actually located in the former Bazar Bulat (or the real name is Yau Tet Shin Round Bazaar) which is located in Ipoh, Perak. But, sadly it had been demolished in 2002. These are several image of Bazar Bulat I manage to get from internet.
or in English, Kway Teow with Soy Sauce @ Mee Ipoh Restaurant, Ipoh.
Wahhhh~ Seems like it had been ages I’m not updating this blog. I’m sooo sorry~ I had to face my unstable feelings recently. So I don’t have the courage to update this blog.
Okay, this semester break, I had finally get the opportunity to had a relaxed holiday in my hometown Ipoh. So I decided to go for some good food to have been known as Ipoh trademark. Last time I had reviewed some best halal Nasi Ayam from Ipoh rite. You may see Here or Here. Okay now I want to review another food that is known very much in Ipoh. The Bee Hoon Soup, Curry Mee and stuff like that. But today, I will not post about Bee hon soup or Curry Mee, but another speciality which is Kway Teow Kicap.
So, my opinion~
Yes, its good. It’s hard to find in another place this type of meal. If you have one, please do tell me~
The condition/ environment of the restaurant is fine~
Price is very reasonable. RM 3.80 per meal. Drink RM1.30.
or in English Smashed chicken RM 5 @ Padang Jawa, Selangor.
Wow!! I really was firstly amazed with this restaurant. Didn’t expect that such place could have such a nice restaurant.
Ayam Penyet is quite a famous dishes now in Malaysia. It was dishes came from Indonesia. Before this, I have made one review about this from another restaurant, Ayam Penyet – AP and Restoran Simpang Tiga, Ipoh that served Indonesia food.
So, why I said that I’m not expecting such restaurant in that place before? Because the place can be said quite isolated from town. It’s called Kampung Padang Jawa. This place is mostly occupied by the squatters. However, don’t judge the place by the words I said, you need to come first and see it. The restaurant condition is good.
Well, the food is good. What most important that it is Halal as all the workers and owner are Muslim and they are Indonesian. But the sambal is quite different from other Ayam Penyet restaurants such as Ayam Penyet – AP, Restoran Ayam Penyet or Ayam Penyet Ria. I think it taste like shrimp paste had been put. Just to warn you who had sinus problem, you may allergy for this.
The environment is nice, averagely clean. Price is good compared to others ie. Ayam Penyet – AP or Ayam Penyet Ria. The price will be given below. Anyway, overall gave 3 stars for them. The service is quite slow when many people around. Its open from 9 to late night. All the time the Ayam Penyet were be available.
Yeah, before this I had reviewed one famous Indonesian food restaurant in Ipoh, Perak here. This time I want to review other Indonesian famous food which is known as Ayam Penyet or Smashed Chicken. I’m not sure about the origin of the food in Indonesia, but what I know the food is good and it was available in Malaysia. But there are various restaurant that serve it as their speciality like this Ayam Penyet – AP Restaurant, Waroeng Penyet, Ayam Penyet Ria, Restaurant Ayam Penyet, etc and I will review the others later.
Ok, lets go straight to the point, what is best about the Ayam Penyet? To me, I like it because of the contour of the chicken is very soft and light. I like the sambal also although it was very hot and spicy. Based on my knowledge, the chicken had been smashed first before being cook. That cause the meat to be very soft.