Ipoh’s famous nasi kandar ‘ganja’ at Yong Suan Coffeeshop, Jalan Yang Kalsom

Find out why this place is so much in demand, with long queues at lunch time.

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6 Feb 2017

Ranked #21 of 462 Restaurants in Ipoh
Certificate of Excellence
“Nasi Ganja” 3 of 5 bubbles

Review of Nasi Vanggey

2 Jalan Yang Kalsom | Greentown Business Centre, Ipoh 30300, Malaysia
+60 5-245 6786

20 June 2016

The Puasa month is a good time. The queue at lunch time is short.

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HOW TO GET A MEAL IN SPITE OF THE LONG QUEUE
1.Don’t join the queue. The queue is for those who want to tapau (take away).
2. Go inside and grab a seat as soon as it is vacant. A waiter will come to take your order.

This is the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom, famous for its delicious nasi kandar.

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IT’S CALLED NASI KANDAR GANJA (OPIUM OR POPPY)

Poppy seed is an oilseed obtained from the opium (Papaver somniferum). The tiny kidney-shaped seeds have been harvested from dried seed pods by various civilizations for thousands of years. The seeds are used, whole or ground, as an ingredient in many foods, and they are pressed to yield poppyseed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poppy_seed

Ipoh’s famous nasi kandar ‘ganja’ became INFAMOUS before it became famous.

This is the reason:

YES, SHE WAS WRONG. NO, THERE WAS NO SHIT IN THE FOOD! SHE’S SO SORRY…

malaysiandigest.com

This was her Facebook posting:

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HUMAN faeces found in premise?

Many were shocked with disbelief when a Facebook status went viral. It came from a Facebook account named Ze Aida, who posted:
‘Police has just raided Vanggey (nasi ganja) restaurant and found human faeces in food containers believed to be used as coating for pots and pans in black magic practice. No wonder the restaurant is never short of customers. What’s so great about it.. .’
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Regulars know that there are two Vanggey restaurants in Ipoh, one in Jalan Yang Kalsom and another in Greentown, under the same management.
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Although it did not state which restaurant was raided, this rumour caused distress to the owner, who made a police report and said it is a malicious slander.
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The police report by owner
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The police report by ownerIn the report, the complainant, Ahamed Azlanshah Saiful Jaafar Sadik said the rumour will cause loss to his business and wants the police to investigate.
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His report says that on 13/11/2013 at 5pm when he was at the Vanggey restaurant in Greentown, Ipoh, he was informed by a customer that there is a Facebook post defiling the restaurant’s name.
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The customer opened the Facebook of Ze Aida and showed the article that said there are human faeces in the restaurant. He also reported that the police will investigate the case.
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The viral post came out a few days before Kinta health department issued the notice to the restaurant to cease operations for 14 days.
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http://www.malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/479309-iconic-ipoh-nasi-kandar-stall-closed-by-health-authorities.html

Star

Saturday November 16, 2013 MYT 3:34:47 PM

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

IPOH: The woman who accused Ipoh’s famous nasi kandar stall of using faeces in their food preparation on a social network website has made a public apology.

The lady, who only wished to be known as Ze Aida, said she should not have made such as baseless allegation on her Facebook page.

“I hope my clarification puts an end to this,” she said.

Ze Aida, 24, had alleged on Facebook that human faeces had been found in the “nasi ganja”, a nickname given to the nasi kandar sold at Yong Suan coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here.

In the post, that has since been deleted, she associated “nasi ganja” to the nasi kandar sold in Restaurant Nasi Vanggey in Greentown here.

Meanwhile, Ze Aida said she had immediately lodged a report at the Sungai Senam police station after realising that her post had been print-screened and widely circulated in the past few days.

Ze Aida on one of her recent Facebook statuses wrote that the “The Vanggey issue is merely a false rumour and has been misinterpreted”.

“I hope everyone would stop worsening the situation and tarnishing the business’ reputation,” she said.

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

4 March 2016

A RECENT VISIT FOR LUNCH…

It is 11.30 am and a queue has formed.

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I go right inside and grab an empty chair.

You have to share tables, but Malaysians don’t mind at all….

I am seated at a corner….I can see everyone else. Later, 2 Malay women will share my table. A server takes my order within 3 minutes.

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 My food: rice, chicken, vegetables. RM6.80.

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 I eat and leave. From sitting down to leaving, 20 minutes.

On Sunday, 30 August 2015, I went with a visitor to have lunch at Yong Suan Coffeeshop. Shaik was from Penang, and I wanted him to try out the nasi ‘ganja’.

No luck. There were at least 40 people lining up outside the place. We decided that it would take at least 40 minutes before we were served, so we walked past the long queue, to another place, a mamak restaurant, farther down the road. We had a good meal.

When we had finished lunch, about 30 minutes later, we walked past the nasi ‘ganja’ place to get back to our car.

There was still a queue, 40 strong! Obviously not the same people but new arrivals.

Victor Lee added 4 new photos — eating lunch at Nasi Ganja Ipoh.
1 hr ·

The famous nasi chandu

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Nasi Kandar Yong Suan, Ipoh – Bangsar Babe

http://www.bangsarbabe.com/2014/04/nasikandar-yong-suan-ipoh.html

Apr 14, 2014 – One of the many things I love to eat in Ipoh is Nasi Kandar Yong Suan, also known as Nasi Ganja. The term ganja came about because die 

Food Hunter: Nasi Ganja Yong Suan, Ipoh ~ Janggeltrekker’s Life

janggeltrekking2.blogspot.com/…/food-hunter-nasiganja-yong-su…

May 21, 2014 – Katanya trademark di Ipoh, kalau tak pernah cuba adalah sangat merugikan. … Nasi Kandar Yong Suan (Nasi Ganja). Jalan Yang Kalsom.

Nasi Vanggey aka Nasi Ganja – Motormouth From Ipoh

http://www.j2kfm.com/real-addictive-stuff-nasi-vanggey-aka-nasiganja/

Since 1955, the Nasi Kandar stall at Yong Suan, on Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh has been making waves, ripples, tsunami and all, serving thousands, if not millions …

A MALAYSIAN TALE OF FRIENDSHIP OVER TWO GENERATIONS

The bond between the two men that was forged more than 50 years ago by their forefathers was palpable when The Malaysian Insider visited them recently.

Malaysian Insider

Friendship which grew along with Ipoh’s “nasi ganja”

BY JENNIFER GOMEZ
December 08, 2013

Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustafa and Ang Kwang Ngiap share a friendship stretching back 50 years. – December 8, 2013. Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustafa and Ang Kwang Ngiap share a friendship stretching back 50 years. – December 8, 2013.

At a time when there are many who are selfish and have a narrow racial outlook, the famous “nasi ganja” stall in an Ipoh kopitiam is showing what friendship and racial harmony is all about.

When the Indian Muslim nasi kandar stall operator was ordered to shut his business over hygiene issues recently, the Chinese owner of the shop from which he operated in followed suit, in a show of solidarity.

The coffee shop owner, Ang Kwang Ngiap, who sold only drinks, did not have to close his business but he pulled down the shutters because of the strong bond he had with the nasi kandar seller, Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustafa.

According to the 63-year old Ang, his father ran the coffee shop during the time of the nasi kandar founder, the late Kassim Mohd. Three generations later, the partnership remained intact.

“We work together. When the Health Department asked them to close, we closed in solidarity, even though the issue was with the fridge in the next building,” said Ang.

Click on then link for the whole story, a very interesting one!

Friendship which grew along with Ipoh’s “nasi ganja”

Ipoh Echo

“Nasi Ganja” Outlest Reopens

| November 19, 2013

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Restoran Nasi Ayam Masak Merah, popularly referred to as “Nasi Ganja”, at Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh reopened for business on Monday, November 18, three days after a close-down order for “preparing food in an unhygienic environment”.

Click on the link for more:

“Nasi Ganja” Outlet Reopens

Star

Tuesday November 19, 2013 MYT 7:24:00 AM

Nasi kandar stall back in business

Cravings fulfilled: Customers taking their pick of the dishes to go with their nasi kandar at Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh.

Cravings fulfilled: Customers taking their pick of the dishes to go with their nasi kandar at Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh.

IPOH: The city’s famous nasi kandar stall at the Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom here which health authorities ordered to close last week has resumed operations.

Its manager Mohd Nihmathullah Syed Mustaffah, 49, said the authorities had inspected the outlet on Saturday for cleanliness and said they could resume business the following week.

He said they started service as usual at about 9.30am yesterday, with their regular customers thronging the place.

Businessman Michael Chong, 48, had lunch at the shop at least four times a week.

“What was stated on Facebook is just pure nonsense. If the allegations were indeed true, you will not see so many people inside enjoying their food.”

Nasi kandar stall back in business

DOES THIS MEAN WHAT I THINK IT MEANS, THAT THE PLACE IS OPEN AGAIN?

Monday, November 18, 2013, 16.30 PM

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Business as usual for ‘Nasi ganja’

Restoran Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah at Jalan Yang Kalsom has been reopened after its closure on

Read more: New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/#ixzz2kz30Hibb

Read more: Business as usual for ‘Nasi ganja’ – Image – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/galleries/image/business-as-usual-for-nasi-ganja-1.404420#ixzz2kz1ADrVM

This is the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom, famous for its delicious nasi kandar.

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. - Bernama

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. – Bernama

This is the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom, famous for its delicious nasi kandar.

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. - Bernama

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. – Bernama

Like This Page · November 15

Click on the link for an interview with the boss of the nasi kandar shop:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201126495585882&set=vb.180676502124371&type=2&theater

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Nasi Ganja – Ipoh, Perak

http://youtu.be/yGnD7pU60bA

YES, SHE WAS WRONG. NO, THERE WAS NO SHIT IN THE FOOD! SHE’S SO SORRY…

malaysiandigest.com

This was her Facebook posting:

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HUMAN faeces found in premise?

Many were shocked with disbelief when a Facebook status went viral. It came from a Facebook account named Ze Aida, who posted:
‘Police has just raided Vanggey (nasi ganja) restaurant and found human faeces in food containers believed to be used as coating for pots and pans in black magic practice. No wonder the restaurant is never short of customers. What’s so great about it.. .’
Regulars know that there are two Vanggey restaurants in Ipoh, one in Jalan Yang Kalsom and another in Greentown, under the same management.
Although it did not state which restaurant was raided, this rumour caused distress to the owner, who made a police report and said it is a malicious slander.
The police report by ownerThe police report by ownerIn the report, the complainant, Ahamed Azlanshah Saiful Jaafar Sadik said the rumour will cause loss to his business and wants the police to investigate.
His report says that on 13/11/2013 at 5pm when he was at the Vanggey restaurant in Greentown, Ipoh, he was informed by a customer that there is a Facebook post defiling the restaurant’s name. The customer opened the Facebook of Ze Aida and showed the article that said there are human faeces in the restaurant. He also reported that the police will investigate the case.
The viral post came out a few days before Kinta health department issued the notice to the restaurant to cease operations for 14 days.

http://www.malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/479309-iconic-ipoh-nasi-kandar-stall-closed-by-health-authorities.html

Star

Saturday November 16, 2013 MYT 3:34:47 PM

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

IPOH: The woman who accused Ipoh’s famous nasi kandar stall of using faeces in their food preparation on a social network website has made a public apology.

The lady, who only wished to be known as Ze Aida, said she should not have made such as baseless allegation on her Facebook page.

“I hope my clarification puts an end to this,” she said.

Ze Aida, 24, had alleged on Facebook that human faeces had been found in the “nasi ganja”, a nickname given to the nasi kandar sold at Yong Suan coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here.

In the post, that has since been deleted, she associated “nasi ganja” to the nasi kandar sold in Restaurant Nasi Vanggey in Greentown here.

Meanwhile, Ze Aida said she had immediately lodged a report at the Sungai Senam police station after realising that her post had been print-screened and widely circulated in the past few days.

Ze Aida on one of her recent Facebook statuses wrote that the “The Vanggey issue is merely a false rumour and has been misinterpreted”.

“I hope everyone would stop worsening the situation and tarnishing the business’ reputation,” she said.

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

NO SHIT!  The closure has nothing do with faeces found in the food.

Star

Saturday November 16, 2013 MYT 7:05:06 AM

‘Allegations a stinking lie’

Mohd Nihmathullah and his son-in-law Sajid Assan showing the sealed kitchen.

Mohd Nihmathullah and his son-in-law Sajid Assan showing the sealed kitchen.

IPOH: A famous nasi kandar stall that operated from a coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom and ordered to be closed by the health authorities here wants proof that faeces was found in its food.

Its manager Mohd Nihmathullah Syed Mustaffa, 49, has challenged the media and the girl who posted the defamatory remarks on her Facebook page to provide evidence instead of merely defaming the stall.

He said there could be a miscommunication in the posting. “The person may have referred to another restaurant,” he said.

Mohd Nihmathullah did not deny that they were asked to cease operations for two weeks by the Kinta Health Department because of poor hygiene in its kitchen.

“The closure has nothing do with faeces found in our food,” he said, adding that he and his workers ate the same food as well. “It is not possible for us to even think of putting faeces into the food.”

‘Allegations a stinking lie’

Star

Friday November 15, 2013 MYT 9:44:57 PM

Ipoh nasi kandar restaurant manager denies faeces in food claim

IPOH: The restaurant manager of Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah, located in a coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here, has denied claims on social media that his premises was ordered to close Thursday because the Kinta district health office found traces of faeces in their food.

Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustaffah, 59, said his restaurant was ordered to close for two weeks because it failed to meet the required cleanliness standard and not as claimed.

He described the statement as erroneous and slanderous and could adversely affect his business.

“I challenge the parties who made the claim to back it up with evidence. If there is proof, I will admit it.

Ipoh nasi kandar restaurant manager denies faeces in food claim

I ate at this place numerous times. It is on Jalan Yang Kalsom, across the road from the old Tanjong Rambutan bus station (which is on Hume Street).

It has now been ordered closed. Why? Read the report.

Star

Thursday November 14, 2013 MYT 9:27:00 PM

Iconic Ipoh nasi kandar stall closed by health authorities

POH: The iconic nasi kandar stall located at the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here has been ordered to close by health authorities.

The Kinta health department issued a notice to the operator of Perniagaan Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah, which has existed since 1955, to cease its operations with immediate effect until Nov 28 following a raid on the premises at 5pm Thursday.

It is learnt that the operating license of the stall, which sells the famous ‘nasi ganja’, nicknamed because of its “addictive” spicy curry and meats, was also revoked by the Ipoh City Council.

Datuk Bandar Datuk Roshidi Hashim said the joint raid was part of a scheduled raid with the other departments.

“The operator scored less points than needed and was ordered by the health department to cease operations for 14 days.

The order was issued under Section 11 of the Food Act 1983 as the premise was deemed to be unclean and unhygienic

Iconic Ipoh nasi kandar stall closed by health authorities

Star

Tuesday November 19, 2013 MYT 7:24:00 AM

Nasi kandar stall back in business

Cravings fulfilled: Customers taking their pick of the dishes to go with their nasi kandar at Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh.

Cravings fulfilled: Customers taking their pick of the dishes to go with their nasi kandar at Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom, Ipoh.

IPOH: The city’s famous nasi kandar stall at the Yong Suan Coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom here which health authorities ordered to close last week has resumed operations.

Its manager Mohd Nihmathullah Syed Mustaffah, 49, said the authorities had inspected the outlet on Saturday for cleanliness and said they could resume business the following week.

He said they started service as usual at about 9.30am yesterday, with their regular customers thronging the place.

Businessman Michael Chong, 48, had lunch at the shop at least four times a week.

“What was stated on Facebook is just pure nonsense. If the allegations were indeed true, you will not see so many people inside enjoying their food.”

Nasi kandar stall back in business

Monday, November 18, 2013, 16.30 PM

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Business as usual for ‘Nasi ganja’

Restoran Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah at Jalan Yang Kalsom has been reopened after its closure on

Read more: New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/#ixzz2kz30Hibb

Read more: Business as usual for ‘Nasi ganja’ – Image – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/galleries/image/business-as-usual-for-nasi-ganja-1.404420#ixzz2kz1ADrVM

This is the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom, famous for its delicious nasi kandar.

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. - Bernama

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. – Bernama

This is the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom, famous for its delicious nasi kandar.

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. - Bernama

The Nasi Kandar stall stands vacant after being temporarily closed by the Kinta health department. – Bernama

Like This Page · November 15

Click on the link for an interview with the boss of the nasi kandar shop:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201126495585882&set=vb.180676502124371&type=2&theater

aa

Nasi Ganja – Ipoh, Perak

http://youtu.be/yGnD7pU60bA

YES, SHE WAS WRONG. NO, THERE WAS NO SHIT IN THE FOOD! SHE’S SO SORRY…

malaysiandigest.com

This was her Facebook posting:

aa

HUMAN faeces found in premise?

Many were shocked with disbelief when a Facebook status went viral. It came from a Facebook account named Ze Aida, who posted:
‘Police has just raided Vanggey (nasi ganja) restaurant and found human faeces in food containers believed to be used as coating for pots and pans in black magic practice. No wonder the restaurant is never short of customers. What’s so great about it.. .’
Regulars know that there are two Vanggey restaurants in Ipoh, one in Jalan Yang Kalsom and another in Greentown, under the same management.
Although it did not state which restaurant was raided, this rumour caused distress to the owner, who made a police report and said it is a malicious slander.
The police report by ownerThe police report by ownerIn the report, the complainant, Ahamed Azlanshah Saiful Jaafar Sadik said the rumour will cause loss to his business and wants the police to investigate.
His report says that on 13/11/2013 at 5pm when he was at the Vanggey restaurant in Greentown, Ipoh, he was informed by a customer that there is a Facebook post defiling the restaurant’s name. The customer opened the Facebook of Ze Aida and showed the article that said there are human faeces in the restaurant. He also reported that the police will investigate the case.
The viral post came out a few days before Kinta health department issued the notice to the restaurant to cease operations for 14 days.

http://www.malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/479309-iconic-ipoh-nasi-kandar-stall-closed-by-health-authorities.html

Star

Saturday November 16, 2013 MYT 3:34:47 PM

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

IPOH: The woman who accused Ipoh’s famous nasi kandar stall of using faeces in their food preparation on a social network website has made a public apology.

The lady, who only wished to be known as Ze Aida, said she should not have made such as baseless allegation on her Facebook page.

“I hope my clarification puts an end to this,” she said.

Ze Aida, 24, had alleged on Facebook that human faeces had been found in the “nasi ganja”, a nickname given to the nasi kandar sold at Yong Suan coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here.

In the post, that has since been deleted, she associated “nasi ganja” to the nasi kandar sold in Restaurant Nasi Vanggey in Greentown here.

Meanwhile, Ze Aida said she had immediately lodged a report at the Sungai Senam police station after realising that her post had been print-screened and widely circulated in the past few days.

Ze Aida on one of her recent Facebook statuses wrote that the “The Vanggey issue is merely a false rumour and has been misinterpreted”.

“I hope everyone would stop worsening the situation and tarnishing the business’ reputation,” she said.

Woman who said faeces found in Ipoh’s nasi kandar stall apologises

NO SHIT!  The closure has nothing do with faeces found in the food.

Star

Saturday November 16, 2013 MYT 7:05:06 AM

‘Allegations a stinking lie’

Mohd Nihmathullah and his son-in-law Sajid Assan showing the sealed kitchen.

Mohd Nihmathullah and his son-in-law Sajid Assan showing the sealed kitchen.

IPOH: A famous nasi kandar stall that operated from a coffeeshop in Jalan Yang Kalsom and ordered to be closed by the health authorities here wants proof that faeces was found in its food.

Its manager Mohd Nihmathullah Syed Mustaffa, 49, has challenged the media and the girl who posted the defamatory remarks on her Facebook page to provide evidence instead of merely defaming the stall.

He said there could be a miscommunication in the posting. “The person may have referred to another restaurant,” he said.

Mohd Nihmathullah did not deny that they were asked to cease operations for two weeks by the Kinta Health Department because of poor hygiene in its kitchen.

“The closure has nothing do with faeces found in our food,” he said, adding that he and his workers ate the same food as well. “It is not possible for us to even think of putting faeces into the food.”

‘Allegations a stinking lie’

Star

Friday November 15, 2013 MYT 9:44:57 PM

Ipoh nasi kandar restaurant manager denies faeces in food claim

IPOH: The restaurant manager of Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah, located in a coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here, has denied claims on social media that his premises was ordered to close Thursday because the Kinta district health office found traces of faeces in their food.

Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustaffah, 59, said his restaurant was ordered to close for two weeks because it failed to meet the required cleanliness standard and not as claimed.

He described the statement as erroneous and slanderous and could adversely affect his business.

“I challenge the parties who made the claim to back it up with evidence. If there is proof, I will admit it.

Ipoh nasi kandar restaurant manager denies faeces in food claim

I ate at this place numerous times. It is on Jalan Yang Kalsom, across the road from the old Tanjong Rambutan bus station (which is on Hume Street).

It has now been ordered closed. Why? Read the report.

Star

Thursday November 14, 2013 MYT 9:27:00 PM

Iconic Ipoh nasi kandar stall closed by health authorities

POH: The iconic nasi kandar stall located at the Yong Suan Coffeeshop on Jalan Yang Kalsom here has been ordered to close by health authorities.

The Kinta health department issued a notice to the operator of Perniagaan Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah, which has existed since 1955, to cease its operations with immediate effect until Nov 28 following a raid on the premises at 5pm Thursday.

It is learnt that the operating license of the stall, which sells the famous ‘nasi ganja’, nicknamed because of its “addictive” spicy curry and meats, was also revoked by the Ipoh City Council.

Datuk Bandar Datuk Roshidi Hashim said the joint raid was part of a scheduled raid with the other departments.

“The operator scored less points than needed and was ordered by the health department to cease operations for 14 days.

The order was issued under Section 11 of the Food Act 1983 as the premise was deemed to be unclean and unhygienic

Iconic Ipoh nasi kandar stall closed by health authorities

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