Ipoh is also known as one of the food hunting ground where you can see a lot of write-ups on online media or local newspaper. We were stop by in Ipoh during our road trip up to Hatyai, that we purposely start our journey early to stop by here for their famous tim sum. For the first time being here and much review readed regarding on this stall, yet Jonathan being at his hometown lead us they way to this Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum.
This is one of a famous restaurant to dine in the morning and we have to look out for table ‘Siapa cepat, dia dapat’ kind of thing.
The business is so good that some of them do not mind share tables with strangers.
On that morning, all of us were disappointed with the quality of the tim sum, most of the tim sum we did not finish till we got no appetite to continue and Jonathan also said that it is very different from what he had last round and it is not cheap, for a simple order like that it cost us RM100 which I find it VERY expensive! I guess next round I would want to try out the opposite tim sum, which is also another famous restaurant.
We tried out ‘Cendol’ for RM1.20 a stick that have ‘Red Bean’, ‘Durian’ and ‘Mango’ (if not mistaken). It would not taste exactly the same as the Ice Cendol we eat but with a strong taste of gula melaka that overpower the taste of it.
This uncle had been selling ice cream for many years since his dad, as in the morning he would be selling in between the dim sum restaurant till 11am then he will move to another area to sell.
After this place, we head to another shop for second round of breakfast~
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 4.5/10, Below average~ -Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Ming Court Restaurant
32-36, Jalan Leong Sin Nam,
30300 Ipoh, Perak.
Close On Every Thursday