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The Comfort Food At TWT Ipoh


That ideally means going for a proper western meal, upon request from my BIL.  I was at wits end trying to think of where to go for a nice dinner, best option is to check with the computer, just key in western meals in Ipoh and presto!.. We finally settled for one which met with positive reviews from the food websites, TWT is the name.

TWT an abbreviation for Tea Warmer Treat, one of a few handful cafes in Ipoh which serves fine dining meals in a comfortable and nice ambiance along Medan Ipoh.  This is my first visit there, in fact, a first time for the four of us as well.  I was skeptical at first, not sure whether the food would meet with my BIL standard of his "comfort food".... and when the first dish was served, that is pumpkin soup or something like that, he whipped it up and within moments, he gave a very satisfactory grin after that!  Alright, passed!
This is for starters... 
Followed by Chicken Chop or something like that...
Grilled Chicken... 
Seafood spaghetti.... 
I ordered a Charcoal Burger... 
Yes, I shared it... half is good enough for me...
When the meal was over, we checked out the desserts by the counter... 
And chose this.... 
And this too... 
Shared among the four of us after our Big Meal... 
And that was our Comfort Dinner for the evening!


  1. Glad to hear that there are some decent western food around that meets your brother in law's standard.

  2. I would enjoy the pumpkin soup since I like pumpkin

  3. Makes me think of a fairly new place here, western like all those you had and cheap. Place always packed, have to queue.

  4. I have never seen a charcoal burger before! The cake looks very good. And like it took so much work to make!

  5. The chicken chop (or something like that :p) looks really, really huge the portion.

  6. The crepe cake is delicious. My top favourite.

  7. Must check out this place since it met your BIL standard! Lol!


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