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Sri Mahkota aka Buntong Noodles In Theatre Street, Ipoh

Tonight's dinner was taken in Sri Mahkota aka Buntong Noodles in Theatre Street, Ipoh.  The four of us did not feel like taking rice tonight so we went for fishballs noodles.  As usual we had to take a number before we were seated and our number was 26.  We had to wait for 15 minutes or so before our order was taken.  That showed how crowded this shop is especially during dinner.
While waiting for our order to be taken...
these were taken....
Soon our food came....
Double portion Hakka mee....
Nearer version....
I prefer mixed noodles dry version...
A bowl of beef soup and its condiments...
Mixed fish balls with beancurd...
I like these too...
When the noodles were mixed properly, the pale colour earlier became darker....
That was our dinner...
The bill came to RM23 something...



Comments

  1. I go Ipoh, u know what to do... wink wink hint hint

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  2. Wah, i wanna try this place, bring me there please next time :D

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  3. four of you but how come only two in the photo?? and wow, that DOUBLE portion hakka noodles, fuyoh, haha!! so huge!! i think that alone can feed Claire 4 times lah~~ :D

    love the beef with radish, love the fishballs with beancurd, love the YTF also!! nice~~

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    1. Love everything, then come and try, SK!! The other two camera shy one.. .:)

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  4. Love the noodles, if gimme choose between rice and noodle, I'll choose noodles, hahaha!!! =]

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    1. You are like my daughter... prefers noodles to rice...

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  5. Food looks good. Sometimes it is good for a change Taking rice everyday slso boring.

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    1. But I dont mind rice everyday... I am a Rice Pail... ? hahaha..

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  6. The beef soup looks good. Is this Hakka noodle flat? So special.

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    1. Yes, it is called hakka noodles too... Ipoh has a few shops that sells these..

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  7. I must bookmark this place, must go next time I go Ipoh~

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    1. Only not opened on Sunday nights... and take numbers too! :)

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  8. It looks wonderful, my favorite food yet!

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  9. Call me jakun, but what is buntong noodles? Rm23 is ok wor, for 4 persons.. OMG, I love hakka mee, I can have triple, even quadruple portion! Over here, I always order hakka mee with extra minced meat (if they allow) if I eat in coffeeshop, yummehh..OMG the beef soup looks delicious too, I love beef noodles too (with beef balls, ngau lam and tendons).. Burrrppp*

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    1. The place is called Buntong noodles because it originates from that place called Buntong new village.. :)

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  10. Ooooooo....everything looks so good!!! Hope to hop over to Ipoh one of these days and get to try them all.

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    1. By the time you come, I might not remember which is which.. so you better remind me which you like best... Bring Mandy along too! hahaha..

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  11. Theatre street in new town or old town ? Thought near the historical but burnt down capitol cinema.

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    1. Yeah...capital cinema there... straight down...

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  12. Claire, miss YTF now. I also miss nasi lemak and wanton noodles after being away for more than a week. Time to eat back all those stuffs,,ahhaha

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    1. hahahaa..it is always like that for me too.. when traveling, we will miss all the local food... !!

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  13. for a moment there i thought it was kampua :p

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    1. Kampua in Ipoh!!! How wonderful if someone open a stall here...

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  14. I being a Hakka, only tasted Hakka noodle once. Hard to find in Kuching. Haha. Wow, double order. How to finish?

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    1. Growing young boys can.. .definitely not me... :)

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  15. So many delicious food in Ipoh. The yong liu looks good. Dried version. Normally, we had the soupy type.

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