Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Light Lunch In JELAPANG

STill feeling quite full from this morning's breakfast, we thought of having something light for lunch...cracked our heads thinking of what is light and yet enjoying it at the same time... Aha... why not go Jelapang for rojak, tongsui and ice kacang?? hhmmm... let's go, buddies...

Briefly about Jelapang, its some kilometres away from Ipoh...it is a small village whereby it is popular with rojak, but mind u, no air con shops or even coffeeshops to cater for these... just road side stalls and it might be tastier cos of added 'spices' from the main road...ha ha ...


Boss lady preparing rojak for us...dare not go near with my big camera la...


today tongsui is red bean, different day different dessert


ice kacang not to be missed....


for those really thirsty, this coconut drink can do wonders....
and
finally
ROJAK
each individual will be served with one small bowl of sweet sauce furnished with nuts...


THIS IS THE STALL...UNDER YUM YUM TREE

OPPOSITE THE STALL IS THIS HOUSE, FACING MAIN ROAD...

7 comments:

  1. The rojak gravy is great over there. But overall, Jelapang ....sigh... too kampung, not my cup of tea.

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  2. haha..not enough class for u .. but surprisingly, its not hot..got fan ma...

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  3. hmmmmm.... I miss ice kachang which I got a taste of in Singapore likewise with rojak, really nice.
    Re-your comment on babies. They're babies whom my daughter assisted in being delivered and soon to be transferred to the nursery. That was taken when she was still a medical intern and hopefully be a certified doctor IF she passes the boards this August.
    Thanks for visiting.

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  4. Jelapang?
    Zomg..now only i know got such place in ipoh ><

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  5. yes, Jeromefo...Jelapang was famous for its tin mine during those days...actually not too far.. just 15 min from town... staying in a place like ipoh, it doesnt take long to reach a certain place..

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  6. This yumyum tree reminds me about the one in Pasir Pinji with very delish yongtaufoo & fried noodles! They have now relocated to a proper shop, which aint as fun as it used to be - i want the TREE!

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  7. haha..yeah..the big shu tau.. heard its renovated..long time didnt go there too..ok, now u reminded me, might go there one of these lunch time.. will snap some pics if possible...

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