By Luc Gougeon
Drift Magazine is a new magazine about coffee originating from NYC which I found out about on Sprudge a while ago. I missed a chance to read their first New York issue, but I ordered the second one knowing that it would be about Tokyo.
(Drift #2 in my garden)
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My coffee adventures in Malaysia has been a serie of hit and misses. The small Toh Soon Cafe in Penang is must try if you want to drink the best of kopi.
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Up in the hills of Penang, tourist and locals are flocking to visit Kek Lok Si Temple. The huge temple is a thing of beauty and it offers a great view of Georgetown.
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Cathay Mee Goreng stall is a couple minutes from the center of the new town.
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Come night time, this famous wantan mee stall was easy to spot. It was easily the busiest stall on Lebuh Chulia street.
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Misokatsu is one of these places that I walked by for many years without even noticing it. It is located right in the heart of Kurashiki between the train station and the historical area of Bikan. The restaurant is quite small and cosy.
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Tamashima is right across from the bridge where I live and when I found out that a new pizza shop opened right next to the Marunaka grocery store, I pressed my wife to make a reservation at Pizza Liberta.
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Foh San is a mega sized dim sum restaurant in the heart of new Ipoh. It’s very popular and very crowded.
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We only spent a couple of days in Ipoh, but my wife insisted and braved the heat so she could drink some soy milk at Funny Mountain. Considering how much she hates walking in the sun, this is just one proof and and a testament to the amazing good taste of Funny Mountain.
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Nam Heong is the most famous coffee shop in Ipoh and the original Old Town White Coffee Shop which can be found all over Malaysia.
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By Luc Gougeon
As I recently came back from my third trip to Vietnam, I read Graham Holliday’s Eating Vietnam with a certain amount of street food nostalgia. If you never been to Vietnam, you need to read this book, if you have been, read it anyway.
Picture from Harper Collins
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We got off the train at the beautiful Ipoh station, walked to our hotel and waltzed into Lou Wong almost right away to enjoy our first beansprout and chicken. Lou Wong is apparently the most famous restaurant in Ipoh.
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