After coming back from my holiday, I have a sudden craze for curry noodles...something spicy and hot. Since today is a holiday for Perakians, my girl and I went to town to have our brunch ... (always brunch bec we are late wakers...is there such a word?)
This shop sells a lot of desserts, tongsui and a small stall at the side selling nasi lemak and curry noodles. I had not tried curry here before so this morning, I pandai-pandai ordered one bowl. Wow..when it came, it was so big and since my girl does not take spicy food, I had to finish it all by myself... I think it can last me through dinner....
Monday, April 20, 2009
My Morning Brunch
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Wow! I'm so goin for a quest to get myself curry mee tomorrow!ReplyDelete
thank you for stopping at my blogReplyDelete
and in pic your brunch just filled my mouth with water :)
Where is this stall at?ReplyDelete
this shop in in Raja Ekram, IPOH.. next to the famous taugeh chicken shop...ReplyDelete
I love chi-pei with curry! Sighh... hard to find them in curry noodles here :(ReplyDelete
my colleague mentions this dish.ReplyDelete
malaysia got such nice food.
Very cheap...and looks absolutely delicious!! Yum! Yum! I think Ipoh is like Sibu too...lots of things to eat and cheap! Unlike KL or Penang...ReplyDelete
Penang has a lot to eat aso..same in KL.. IPOH food is not the same as those days.. either some has migrated to other states or has disintegrated from here... haha..ReplyDelete
those heritage cooks have not passed down their secret recipe to their younger generations..