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Trip To Rawang On Hari Raya Haji

Since last Friday is a holiday, I made a trip to Rawang together with my girl... a time for us to "chill out" .. so they say... we went for a night stay in my friend's house and as usual, our main itinerary is the four letter word... F-O-O-D!
We reached Rawang around 11am and before we set out to 1Utama,
my friend took us for lunch at Keng Kee in Rawang...
for the famous Yam Noodles...
While waiting, the "smurf" girl played 
with her new iPad...
Yam Noodles... but couldn't find any find yam pieces.... all must be "melted"
another special dish is the Lor Mee... (cooked with vinegar)
followed by their signature freshly fried fish cake...
and their beancurd skin fish paste...
I don't know exactly how much this cost
but I know it is around RM50-60 including drinks....
Expensive? 
I have been here few times and each time it cost around that much..
After our lunch, we proceeded to 1Utama Mall ...
our plans there were Food, Sights and Songs...
 but.......


Comments

  1. I like the Lor Mee with is soury taste, I have tasted one in KK, I think Rawang one should be nicer, because it is not our local food here.

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  2. agnes:i think each state have their own special way of cooking..


    wenn: working more money.. :)

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  3. Hey! I commented but I can't see my comment anywhere now... Hmmmm!!!!

    Can't wait for your 1Utama posts!!! Went there once long long ago...went by hotel shuttle bus, never been since - nobody brings. Sobsssss!!!!!

    Your Fernie getting prettier by the day. Got boyfriend in uni already kah?

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  4. stella: not bad.. but cant take much...


    stp: oh dear, something wrong with the comment box again? I didnt do anything new this time...

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  5. yeah, why call Yam Noodles?? is the noodles made of yam, or the noodles is cooked with "invisible" yam?? hahaha.. looks like normal Hokkien Noodles to me only.. but i think the fishcake should taste nice right?? RM50-RM60 i think around there lah..

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  6. Oh, your daughter is back to hometown for the weekend. So got company to go jalan jalan cari makan. Lor mee looks good.

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  7. Hmm yummy Lor Mee. Very smooth traffic here during Hari Raya Haji.

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  8. wow...eating spree ...good to see you all enjoying makaning away...I stayed at home niah :(

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  9. chun: yes, now i feel like eating that too..


    sk: yea, the yam has dissolved already.. only the taste is there with the tailok mee..


    irene: not bad with added vinegar..


    yeeling: wahh.. so many like lor mee..


    vicky: yeah, friday and saturday not too bad but sunday was jammed..


    elin: u stayed at home and cook cook ma.. so good wifey!! :)

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  10. at first look i thought its some sort of exotic food wormies haha but i think thats so tasty i could see it through its color

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  11. at first look i thought its some sort of exotic food wormies haha but i think thats so tasty i could see it through its color

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  12. Salute you guys can travel many km just for FOOD. Bananaz was invited for free seafood dinner in Port Klang once but declined the invitation coz its too far from KL haha.

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  13. sk: ladies, ladies... sigh... hahaha...


    mecoy: not really exotic.. but so-so.. :)

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