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“Good kopitiam ”
Review of Lim Ko Pi

Lim Ko Pi
Ranked #18 of 596 Restaurants in Ipoh
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$0 - US$5
Cuisines: Asian, Malaysian
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Next to the sarang paloh guesthouse and good for brekkie if you're staying there. Tried the daily special which was mee jawa and it was quite tasty. Reasonably priced.

Thank Mitch T
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This outlet is nestled amongst the heritage shops along Jln Sultan Iskandar. It’s clean and has a private sitting area which gives an “outdoor feel” ambience.
I decided to go for some authentic coffee with kaya butter toast. The chef recommended Coffee 98. It came with a small bite size piece of yau char kwai. The coffee was strong and well balanced with sweetness.
Dipping the ‘crispy on the outside and soft on the inside’ char kwai into the rich coffee and savouring every little bite (as it was only a bite size) was truly amazing. I had to order another plate of yau char kwai as it was too good to resist! Had this irresistible coffee two days in a row.

Thank balbedi
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Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

This is a Ipoh kopi cafe and serve food and dessert too.
The kopi is very good and try the dessert. Don’t go on Monday , it closed on Monday.

Thank pw88
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Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

Vintage ambiance that walked you through the memory lane in the 70's. Warm welcoming servicing crews with delicious wanton (prawn/pork dumplings), fermented beancurd fried porky, ginger wine mee sua and bean sprouts for lunch just make our trip perfect.

Thank Bernadette C
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Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

We came for the nasi lemak and came back for their breakfast special with kaya toast and eggs. This place is affordable, delicious, and super cute! The inside is all old school ambiance, but unlike a lot of places in Ipoh, it also feels a little more upscale (AC, nice tables) without a higher price point or losing its history. Plus, the staff is super friendly and open to non-locals dining here as well. A great place in Ipoh!

Thank Adair_and_Thando
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