A small neighborhood just east of Sungai Kinta (the river), Taman Jubilee is an excellent area in which to find inexpensive and delicious local cuisine in proximity to the "old town" highlights you'll inevitably be pursuing in Ipoh. Although you may not suspect it to be the case, Ipoh's highlights include its unique cuisine, making Taman Jubilee one of the must-explore parts of Ipoh.
Based primarily between the parallel Jalan Raja Musa Aziz and Jalan Yang Kalsom, you need to look no further if you desire Malaysian specialties like nasi kandar, dim sum, and salt-baked chicken. Great examples of nasi kandar (a varied curry and rice dish) can be had at Nasi Ganja, while the dueling gods of bean sprout chicken (Lou Wong and Onn Kee) are just up the block. and Aun Kheng have made the salt-baked chicken an Ipoh staple, while establishments like Sun Tuck Kee and Funny Mountain are worth it for specialties like octopus and tau fu fa (tofu pudding) respectively.