Despite living in the area, we had never tried Ipoh before so when I had a laksa craving we decided to pop in for lunch. Our order was taken quickly and the food came out steaming hot and fragrant. I had the chicken laksa and...More
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The service, the food, everything about this restaurant is excellent. No fuss delicious food. Easy parking out the back and a clean restaurant.
We love our asian food and this new restaurant is a winner. Malaysian style food which is a beautiful mix of various asian styles, and maybe some of their own. We have been twice now and feel they deserve a review. The food is a...More
Ipoh Laksa has now moved to 1/333 Gympie Road, Strathpine which is fantastic for me. Definitely a restaurant I will regularly dine at. The service was exceptional and the food was exactly as I'd experienced in Malaysia. Prices and serving sizes are very good.
I am picky on the food I take hence it might be hard for the restaurant to prepare something for the Chinese Buddhists since there will be no Garlic nor any types of Onion. The Gado Gado is nice and tasty I felt and so...More
We only went there for takeaway because the view from out apartment balcony was so good we didn't want to leave it. Our food was great and one of the yummiest nasi gorengs I've had.
People were nice, service was swift. But, I'd find it difficult to call the food authentic. Looks like it is changed to local palate. & $3 corkage per glass is not acceptable.
Great choice of food and flavours. You can ask for your own level of spiciness. Staff are friendly and helpful and service is quick.
we visit here regularly for lunch and/or dinner and we are never disappointed.. the menu is fantastic with so much choice - we try different dishes each time - the food is fresh and very reasonably priced, also the drinks.. it is a family run...More
Lunched at Ipoh Laksa in Kangaroo Point, Brisbane on 18th May 2015. The restaurant seemed to have shrunk in size since we last visited it several years ago. The furniture and decor seemed somewhat Spartan. The car park was chock-a-block but the restaurant seemed devoid...More