Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, Ipoh is a great place to satisfy your craving for something sweet. Here are the best places to treat yourself to the best cookies, cakes, ice cream, chocolates, and more.
Be honest,with the comparison of chicken chop and fried rice, I found the rice was tasty than the Westerns food (individual judgement). Ice cream normal, not home made,no speciality how tasty of it. -- GERALYN TUNG via Foursquare
Best Tau Fu Fah (soya bean pudding) and Soya Bean drink in town. Dine in or drive through. Small portion but value for money, enough for after meal dessert. Thumbs up for friendly staff. -- Shiroi Yuki via Foursquare
Axian: 灵感源自于朥饼（La Pia）的核桃月饼，尽管延续朥饼丰富的内馅风格，在莲蓉里添加了核桃、瓜子和黑芝麻，可是却明显地走健康少油的路线。单看外表，就不难感受到店家落足材料的诚意。 锺汉元饼家, 145, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, 30000 Ipoh, Perak. GPS: N4∘35.607' E101∘5.022', 05-2545126, 0900-1830 -- Kevin P. via Foursquare
The portion of the mee goreng is pathetic even for RM4.50. Make sure to avoid the cendol biasa too as the portion is very little for RM2.50. The mee rebus is OK however. Only eat if you got no choice. -- Eleazar via Foursquare
To be very honest, amongst all the cakes shop in Ipoh, JJ Roll never upset me. Their swiss roll is still the best. Today i bought a packet of mini roll (spinach, banana, carrot and pumpkin).. oishi!! -- thisisirenespeaking ... via Foursquare
The owner is very honest. I left my phone at the shop, surprisingly, they keep it and wait me to go back take. If other shop, they will tell u story and the phone is gone. Thanks sidewalk. -- Keith Leow via Foursquare