Peace Hotel and Coffee Shop
The Peace Hotel and coffeeshop stays a shabby foundation with a dodgy guesthouse on the first floor. Yet the food court is perhaps one of Taiping's generally focal, most seasoned, and set up. A visit is anyway an unquestionable requirement just to investigate the structure's uncommon unique tile work and outside sections outfitted with peculiar and glorious, brilliant lion heads. The Peace Hotel likewise has a portion of Taiping's most celebrated food: The Char Koay Teow and lobak.
Arranged on an all-around oiled metal wok by an uncle running his modest stall at the back of the building, Peace Hotel Char Kuew Teow
arrives in the main for just RM 4.50. The surface of the noodle is smooth and sleek to hit the mark, and the embellishment of prawns,
bean sprouts and tofu is simply amazing.
On the off chance that you choose to eat here, not tasting the lobak (a Chinese sausage) would be a slip-up: you can get pork, pork and yam, and pork and crab meat assortments. They are totally absorbed in egg and flour batter, which makes for a firm external layer and gives that extra crunchy flavour to the meat. They are likewise modest at RM 2.80 each.
32, Jalan Iskandar, 34000 Taiping, Perak
9.30 am – 3.00 pm