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Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - PERAK -

Some­thing’s Brew­ing

While most cafés have a good va­ri­ety of cof­fee, Some­thing’s Brew­ing has a cor­nu­copia of tea with a cu­ri­ous mix of or­ganic in­gre­di­ents such as roasted dan­de­lion roots, hibis­cus flow­ers, co­coa nibs, co­conut flakes and vanilla beans. Teas are served thought­fully in dou­ble-in­su­lated cups to en­sure com­fort.

19 Jalan Medan Ipoh 1B/1, Medan Ipoh Bes­tari, Ipoh (05 541 5900).

Van­ity Haus Café

This eclec­tic Euro­pean café is run by a Dutch fam­ily, serv­ing homey dishes and desserts. Try the deca­dent brownie, im­mersed in milk and topped with lightly browned marsh­mal­lows and crisp thin al­mond sliv­ers. It’s part café, part spa salon, so you can have af­ter­noon tea and get pam­pered at the same place, killing two birds with one stone. 8 Jalan Kelil­ing, Can­ning Gar­den, Ipoh (05 541 2047/ www.face­book.com/ Van­i­tyHausIpoh)

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