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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

All Inn Cafe - Ipoh Stopover Day 1

After having my lunch at Kong Heng Coffee Shop, it was time for some tong sui and dessert. Kafe All Inn is located opposite Kong Heng. It is the corner shop from accross the road.

Eventhough I was already full after my lunch at Kong Heng, I guess my stomach still has room for this delicious looking kuih. The red-green-yellow kuih is actually sago with dessicated coconut while the layered one in the background is black sesame kuih with coconut milk. I like kuih with pandan and coconut flavour.

“All Inn Cafe - Ipoh Stopover Day 1”, a copyrighted post, was written for Klang, Malaysia Daily Photo blog by Autumn Belle @ http://mymalaysiadailyphoto.blogspot.com/ on December 14th, 2010.

Leng Chee Kang tong sui with lotus seeds, barley, gingko nuts, snow fungus, dried longan flesh, dates and a quail egg. Some like it hot but I love it with ice cubes.

This is Sai Mai Lo with water melon, yellow jelly, sago and tapioca pearls swimming in evaporated milk and coconut milk. Of course the base is pandan flavoured sugar water. A very cool and refreshing drink when some ice cubes are added.

Other deserts available at All Inn Cafe are:

  • Bo Bo Cha Cha
  • black glutinous rice
  • Barley with soy bean curd and red bean
  • Sago with fruits
  • Aloe vera with dates and longan
  • Guillinggao (turtle jelly) with red bean (their bestseller)
  • Pumpkin with yam

They offer about 50 varieties of desserts but only 10 are available at any one day, a different selection every day. Besdes dessert drinks, All Inn Cafe also sells curry noodles, fried noodles, Hakka noodles, glutinuous rice with kaya and nasi lemak. They are opened from 7:30am to 4pm daily but closed on the last Friday to Sunday of each month.

Ipoh is famous for tong sui. We like to take tong sui because we believe that it is good for the complexion. Where else in Malaysia can we get good tong sui? Do let me know. 

Besides Kafe All Inn, tong sui is also available at a few other places such as:

a) "Tong Sui Kai" at Church Street, Off Jalan Sultan Idris and in front of Sam Tet School.
b) Macy Restaurant beside the overhead highway bridge in Ipoh Garden East
c) Sin Hong Kee at Cowan Street (previously from Tong Sui Kai).

Therefore when you come to Ipoh, don't miss out on the tong sui!

This is my entry for That's My World Tuesday. To view what others have in their world, please visit here.


  1. Great shots of what looks to be a colorful, tasty part of your world!! Yummm! Hope you have a great week!


  2. what a delightful spread. i love leng chee kang.

  3. The last one looks delicious.

  4. ya, i simply love the tong sui.

  5. Ipoh is famous for bean sprout chicken rice...

  6. That looks like a delicious world!

  7. Exotic and beautiful food! Thanks.

  8. The Ling Chee Kang looks delicious. But the Sa mei lo reminds me of the sweet potato thongsui pulak

  9. Interesting and yummy looking food. Great texture in the photos.

  10. I love those tong sui. They are not so cheap in Sydney. I usually love those similar ones at a Vietnamese stall. They're only A$3 but if converted it is RM9 for a small cup.

  11. For me, its the leng chi kang..it's my fav dessert of all time :)

  12. I hardly know any of these, but should like to taste it. :)

  13. So many yumm ingredients... the dish must be heavenly.

  14. The sai mai lou looked utterly delicious. Especially good on those hot and sunny days.

  15. I'm going to jot down all the sedertlicious stlls you recommended, perhaps one of these days we are going to Ipoh for a day tour!^-^

    Thanks for sharing!


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