Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Rawang Tai Lok Mee

Talking about food again, Rawang tai lok mee is not to be missed whenever we go south bound. Rawang is two hours drive away from IPOH and the special thing about this coffeeshop is that it sells the big fat noodles cooked with yam, besides this, they have the original saito fish paste, freshly fried and hot for you...
Ok, enough said..here are some displays.








this meal cost RM56 .. for 4 of us..

16 comments:

  1. so delicious. everything looks so good from here. the mee looks like our hokien mee.

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  2. I love the fishcakes and the liaos... Actually wanted to go there last week but late already.

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  3. but the price is not cheap.. quality i guess..

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  4. can tapao or not next time you're in rawang? the tai lok mee simply looks irresistable....yummy :)

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  5. Hey, Yong Tau Fu is my favourite la.Wen u wan belanja me to eat. Ipoh Yong Tau Fu oso sapu....

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  6. ok no problem.. anytime, anywhere.. wait till yr wife no ngow ngow first.. haha.. she is still vomitting la..

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  7. i like the tai lok mee. a friend brought me to eat while i was in Subang in june. the sambal was the best part..hahahah

    by the way i've started on my new blog.. http://fadaboutfood.com and gonna be posting most food recipes and reviews there. do check it out and can link me ar? thanks!

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  8. you guys sure know where to get delicious food :)

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  9. Oh my God super duper Yummy :)

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  10. That's Yummy! Pass by to greet Happy Three kings. Take care.

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  11. Hi Reanaclaire, Wow! They sure look delicious.
    I remember Rawang....back in the 70's, ha ha....there was one big shop with big trees where I used to stop have breakfast of dim sum.
    Then it was just couple of rows of shops only, real backwoods stop.

    Guess good food gets known fast too. When and if we do balek kampong one day, it'll be going for chi yoke yin noodles, ha ha. I sure miss that.
    Have a great week, Lee.

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  12. Yes, Claire, now food blog is the way to go...lol Lets hope 2009 will be a successful year for us, filled with more good things.

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  13. yes, constance, seeing yours motivated mine.. will do it ..haha.. one of these days.

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  14. wahliow...rm 56! .... aiyoh...ur tailok mee looks much more tasty ler.....very dark black sauce...sure yummy ler....

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  15. nyam..nyam..nyam..make me feel hungry hehehe

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