SeeFoon Challenges Chinese Held Belief on Pork

Chinese Foodies of my acquaintance have generally clung to the belief that pork-free restaurants are somehow lagging behind in the taste department when compared to their pork-serving counterparts and that a Chinese meal without pork is like cooking without soya…

SeeFoon Enjoys an Elusive Delicacy

Ipoh is known for many special dishes and people come in busloads for them but in all the years I’ve lived here I have never had a roast goose. It’s been aeons since I had roast goose, harking back to…

SeeFoon Hots Up Her Life

Living in Malaysia, we are all used to spicy foods, with each type of cuisine from Malay to Indian and occasionally Chinese (as in Szechuan) varying the degree of ‘hotness’ according to the regional preference. Malay and Indian dishes are…

SeeFoon Goes to H(e)aven

Well it feels a bit like going to heaven (not that I have ever been and chances are, I may not make it!) what with the guard at the gate acting like St Peter (who, in the Christian tradition, guards…

SeeFoon Goes Pubbing at Lunch Time

I have never been much of a pub person and if there is one pub in Ipoh that I have been to most often would be Healy Mac’s in Greentown. And the reason is not because it’s across the road from the…
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