Top 10 Must-Tries Foods @ Foodland IPC Shopping Centre

September 03, 2017

I think most of you are familiar with IPC Shopping Centre located at Mutiara Damansara. To achieve a bigger, brighter, and greener future for shoppers, IPC Shopping Centre has been under redevelopment since March 2017. With the redevelopment, the centre will also be returning to its roots, sporting a new look with distinctly Scandinavian touches. 
I have visited this newly revamped IPC Shopping Centre recently, the centre has been closed in phases in order to allow shoppers can continue enjoy shopping throughout the redevelopment. Phase One of the project is just launched in July, marking the official reopening of the LG1 and LG2 floors, and Phases Two and Three are underway for more fun. 
Thanks for giving us a chance to visit their construction site for a peep behind the scenes of rebuilding a shopping centre. 
LG1 will now be known as Foodland, complete with a new concept and design. It welcomes back popular tenants such as Uncle Lim’s, De Irrfan’s Café, and Noodle Shack. 
     | What is the NEW and UPGRADE of IPC? |     
※ IPC Shopping Centre has invested in a leading sustainable dishwashing and cleaning system as part of the centre’s dedication to a greener future. This ensures that the process is as safe, efficient, and ecological as possible.
※ Welcome to new tenants such as AEON Wellness and Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul; Ben’s Independent Grocer will be opening in October. 
※ Recycling and Buy-Back Centre (RBBC) has been relocated to a more convenient, strategic location, still on LG1. FYI, IPC Shopping Centre was the first shopping centre in Malaysia to house an RBBC, and has set a benchmark for others, paving a way for a better and greener future.
※ Features an all-new kids’ play area called Funland, on Level 2. This will also be home to the second Young Chefs Academy in Malaysia - offering fun and creative cooking classes for kids.
Enjoy the delicious food spread in its newly revamped Foodland, don't miss out the Top 10 Must-Tries Foods as below! 
1. Penang Curry Mee from Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul
2. Lobak from Ah Cheng Laksa
3. Nasi Beriani from De Irrfan's Cafe
4. Porridge from I Love Yoo
5. Crispy Popiah Prawn from Sister's Crispy Popiah
6. Nasi Ayam Goreng Brempah at Laksaamana
7. Roasted Chicken Rice at Simply Chicken
8. Nasi Lemak from Uncle Lim's
9. Traditional Dry Pan Mee at Noodle Shack
10. Thai Basil Chicken Rice from Eat Drink Thai Express
Oh yay! If you love to take #ootd or #selfie snap, you should pay a visit to their newly designed washroom. You will love it LOL! 
Can't wait for the IPC Shopping Centre redevelopment project completely done, it will be more outlets, more restaurants and fun! Also, we are finally have a place to safely dispose used batteries and fluorescent light tubes or light bulbs at RBBC, to live more eco-friendly lifestyles! You are welcome to explore the renewed LG floors to get a taste of what the new IPC Shopping Centre has got in store. 
For the latest updates and more information, please visit IPC Shopping Centre’s Facebook and Instagram

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