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My Dinner In Rawang Market

Yes, I spent my weekend in Rawang... left Ipoh around 6pm and reached around 8pm... we took our dinner in Rawang market, surprisingly, the food court was still open and according to my friends, the food here was something to shout about.. LOL...

As it was already past dinner time, my stomach has been "growling" for some time already... thank goodness the crowd has already left by then and the food were served in no time...
The first dish served is called Myanmar Chicken....
From my taste buds, curry powder, sweet sour sauce with 
curry leaves and lemon grass... not very spicy....
My friend loves this dish...
The "belacan sambal" (shrimp paste) is really there... 
Next is the "Lam Yu Chu Yuk"  
The fermented beancurd taste on the meat is very obvious...
Nicely marinated, crispy on the outside and juicy within... 
I saw some Leeks being hung at the stall...
Must order... so it came out as Leeks with Taufu...
Four dishes plus one soup...
The food portion was quite big for the four of us... 
This is the stall at the Rawang Market at night...
The bill for the above dishes came to around RM52 plus rice and drinks...
I think it is pretty reasonable... 

Comments

  1. All in all only RM52. Very very cheap. All looks good and specially love the "lam yu chu yuk". Enjoy your gateaway for the weekend.

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  2. I would have taken the first dish,it looks lovely!

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  3. You came all the way just to have dinner in Rawang!!!! The toll and petrol plus dinner RM52 would total pass RM120. You are really adventurous lady!

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  4. Wonder how is the taste of the Myanmar Chicken...

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  5. Food looks good...and so cheap. Just got home from sending my daughter to her jungle school...haven't had dinner, soooooo hungry and this post is killing me... Tsk! Tsk!

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  6. all of the dishes were appetizing but
    Myanmar Chicken seems to be the best for me

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  7. I'm also curious about the taste of the Myanmar Chicken......

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  8. irene: yes, they taste good too!!


    ginny: it is chicken cooked with some sauce.. not so sure what it is.. :)

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  9. TM: not only for dinner la.. weekend getaway... :)


    sharon: er... it tasted something like.. curry with a sourish taste..

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  10. wenn: yes, I like eating leeks!


    stp: Go eat your dinner now! hahaa.. such a filial father!


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  11. mecoy: as long as its meat, it is nice, right?


    shirley: Maybe we should go Myanmar to taste the original one day.. :)

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  12. Never been to Rawang, just passed by only, hehe~

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  13. Rm52 for all ?! i think that's super cheap! Myanmar Chicken sounds special to me, wonder how they invented this name LOL

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  14. I would love to try the Lam Yu Chu Yuk. Looks crispy on the outside and must be very juicy in the inside. :D

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  15. hayley: now on highway, the small towns are bypassed. :)


    ken: seems fascinating, right?


    tekkaus: my taste buds' expressions.. hahaha...

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  16. It looks good! :)

    I've passed by Rawang but never actually went in there to eat. The Myanmar chicken looks nice, I've eaten that before someplace else.

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  17. Rawang, most of the time like Hayley said passed by. I like everything except the lam yu chu yoke. Look a bit dry right?

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  18. Myanmar Chicken sounds like foreign dish leh! I bet it taste good,

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  19. HB: Myanmar chicken... most of us are interested.. hahaha..


    angeline: but it is juicy when you bite it.. if you know what i mean.. :)

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  20. the food all looked so good!! so was there really something to shout about?? i didn't see you shouting at all in your post woh, maybe just big portion and reasonable price?? :p

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  21. SK, I like your profile picture here.. it suits my post.. looks like you are shouting there.. hahaha...

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  22. Waaaaa...the dinner looks good... especially the kangkung belacan.

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  23. Never been to eat in Rawang. The myanmar chicken seems like a special dish not commonly found in normal tai chow places. Hope you enjoyed your Rawang weekend getaway. Apart from eating, what other activities in Rawang did you take part in?

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