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Let's Go Vegetarian!

I don't mind going for vegetarian food every now and then. In fact these days I love to take more vegetables and less meat, believe it or not. *grin* Perhaps it is due to the reason that I am not in the "growing age" period anymore, I do not need so much meat in my daily intake.

When my mom suggested that we go for greens yesterday, I was the first one to "sokong" (second) her suggestion. She recommended this place where I had not gone there before... she doesn't know the road's name, she only gave me the Tesco landmark... but somehow, after some turning here and there, we managed to get to this place.. *sweat*

We ordered these to share out among the four of us.... 
Curry Fish rice... I like!
Vegetarian Laksa... not too bad!
Curry Noodles... tasty too!
Fried Ramen... very nice!
Got the Wok Hei taste!
Sideorders... Mini dumplings with "ham"
Highly recommended....
Cheesy Fried Pumpkin ... highly recommended too!
My nephew who is a meat lover also enjoys the food here... 
I would like to go there once again... 
Service is fast... prices are reasonable...
Total cost RM38 plus plain water...

Home Recipe Cafe
Medan Ipoh Bistari
Ipoh




Comments

  1. I don't mind to go vegetarian eateries too! In fact, i would like to do so some time, feels healthier hehe

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  2. Only RM38 for all the dishes. Vegeterian food are more healthier but truly speaking, I am not a fan of it. I still prefer to have a mixture of meat.

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  3. I don't mind having vegetarian food as well, always like to have at least once a week!!! =]

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  4. I want to taste these two noodle dishes!!! All the doctors at the hospital have told me that beef and pork are very hard to digest and are not good for the colon. They told me I could not eat any meat again or I may need surgery. So only fish and chicken for me, good thing I don't mind very much.

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    1. Fish is a good substitute of protein... yes, we can go without the red meat..

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  5. Everything looks so good! If your nephew likes, I bet it's great.

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    1. He is a meat boy... but he likes the noodles and other stuff there...

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  6. Attracted by the Mini dumplings with "ham"...

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  7. I used to go to vegetarian cafe once a week when I worked in my previous company. I also dont mind vegetarian food but I would choose those real veggies, not those processed tofu/soy bean based food.

    How come your Ramen picture looks blur? Too hungry to take picture har? hehehe!

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  8. I always try to go vegetarian to cover my guilt!!! You are so healthy and look young, no wonder la.

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  9. Pumpkin with cheese! What an interesting combination! OK I will try to cook that! hehe

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  10. I did fried pumpkin before...It's good even though I never like pumpkin..hehe

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  11. Oh wow....didn't know vegetarian food can look so appetising! That gives me more confidence to convert Steven :D I would eat all of that. Steven would probably complain....haha. Agree with you....eat less meat as our age catches up.

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  12. Hmm...the ramen looks good. Would love to try that one, Claire. :D

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  13. though i consider myself a "carnivore" but i do think that having pure vegetarian once in a blue moon is kind of good.. and yeah, i saw that mini dumplings with ham and was kind of attracted to it, looks good!!

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