LOCAL DELIGHTS: Malay, Chinese and Indian street food galore
IPOH: IPOH is known for its food and a new restaurant, LIL, is offering the silver state's favourite hawker food.
The restaurant, which has eight stalls, is at 18 Laluan Ipoh Perdana, Taman Ipoh Perdana (the old Antap Cafe).
It serves a selection of Malay, Chinese and Indian food.
The kampung delights include ikan bakar, nasi lemak, mee rebus and satay dataran.
The Chinese offerings are Hakka mee, chee cheong fun, braised chicken feet and kuay teow soup with bean spro-uts, topped with slices of deboned chicken.
The Indian selection includes fish curry, chicken curry and dhal curry served with rice and vegetables.
The restaurant's proprietor Frida Khong said it served as a one stop shop for Ipoh hawker food.
"We also cater for functions, parties and inbound tourists," she said.
The restaurant is open from 3pm to midnight. It is closed on Tuesday.
For details, call 012-506 9805 or 016-507 0822.