Yes!! The Laksa from Gunong Rapat!
Though the presentation was not so "attractive,"
the laksa soup was so irresistible.. *drool*
And as accompaniments, I chose these varieties!
Well, there is no air conditioned or even a fan...
but the place under the "yum-yum" tree is quite cooling...
Just a modest stall next to the Gunung Rapat hall...
(same row with the school area)
this car caught my eye..
I think my girl will like her car to be painted like this.. LOL..
OK... what is this??
While I was taking the laksa, another stall was being opened...
And this stall sells rojak and this ...er... crispy fried "Cucuk!"
The sauce was "out-of-the-world!!"
It was still Hot and the taste.....???
Oh... I wish I could have some of these now!!
Well, another few more days to go...
My yearning for these will soon be "fulfilled"
I used to come here for lunch when I was working in Ipoh previously. Yummy laksa!ReplyDelete
andrew, yeah, yummy, the soup is thick.. not so watery..ReplyDelete
as always food looks yummyReplyDelete
anyway that car was really cute
I love laksa. The other day my worker's mum cooked laksa and I got a packet from her. Yummy!ReplyDelete
wah, the laksa and the liu very nice lah.. i didn't know gunung rapat is a place to eat also.. i only know gunung rapat is famous for the "heong peng".. :DReplyDelete
Oh YUM!! Soup is my favorite thing to eat and this looks so good! When are you going back? I would love that pink car...and so would Ella and Anne Marie!ReplyDelete
All looks so good and yummy. So planning to go there for another food marathon. Enjoy yourself.ReplyDelete
The car is so cute...ReplyDelete
OMG, u making me drooling now...ReplyDelete
Alot of delicious food.ReplyDelete
mecoy: yeah, i like it too..maybe i paint Winnie the Pooh!ReplyDelete
wenn: once awhile take it very shiok, right!
sk: at night famous for their fried noodles too!ReplyDelete
ginny: my girl will love it too! hahaha..
irene: thinking about it.. hahaha..
sharon: yes, i agree, it is cute..
mery: yes, road side stalls are nice...
Yes...i know where is Gunung Rapat. It seems we can get lots of Yong Tao Foo there. Homemade nice!ReplyDelete
tapau eat at claire's house while watch tv LOLReplyDelete
ling: yes! you must try it!ReplyDelete
kathy: tar pau no nice one.. eat there sweat then only nice!!
OMG, the car is so damn cute! I love pink!! Too bad, I'm not a fan of Penang Laksa :<ReplyDelete
You just made my saliva drip. So bad!ReplyDelete
I love Penang Laksa! I found that Malay Laksa is nice and different too. I never knew Gunung Rapat has delicious laksa too. You so pandai describe until reached heaven's doors. Muahahahaha!
Reminds self not to come to your blog when I am hungry....ReplyDelete
shirley: too sour for you or perhaps it is the spices.. some people are not used to this taste.. .ReplyDelete
TM: oh.. in that case, you must come to IPOH.. hahaha...
MG: *apologetic* hahaha..
May I know where is the exact location of this laksa stall?ReplyDelete