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Serving up Malaysian home cooking in the heart of Melbourne, Little Ipoh Restaurant is a local favourite hidden away in a second-floor location on the corner of La Trobe Street and Queen Street. Situated just moments from Flagstaff station, the restaurant is a popular location for busy students and workers in Melbourne’s bustling city centre. Garnering rave reviews from critics and Asian-food enthusiasts, the cosy restaurant is a must-visit for locals on the hunt for new cuisine.
Right in the thick of Melbourne’s busy city centre you’ll find Little Ipoh Restaurant on the corner of Queen Street and La Trobe, providing incredible Malaysian specialties and serving them with a smile. Kind and caring, the folks running Little Ipoh restaurant are rightfully proud of the authentic cuisine they serve, and their positivity is contagious. In addition to a long menu of Malaysian dishes, the restaurant features a buffet with an array of freshly prepared options, as well as a lengthy beverage menu.
Fans of Southeast Asian food are raving about Melbourne’s Little Ipoh Restaurant, and we are too! This place has Malaysian cuisine down pat, from classic curry laksa soup to chicken satay. Recommendations from the kitchen include the nasi goreng Pattaya, spicy Malaysian fried rice cooked with egg, anchovies, and fried chicken and the Ipoh char kuay teow, flat rice noodles tossed with chillies, soy sauce, vegetables and seafood. There’s even a section of the menu devoted to western dishes, so order up a plate of fish and chips if that’s what you’re craving. Dinner at Little Ipoh is not to be missed, so make sure to reserve online and secure a table at this city centre restaurant.