Friday, May 16, 2014

At Two Six Restaurant In Panglima Street, Ipoh

We love coming to this shop for our meals but we did not know the name of the shop until today!  After parking her car, my colleague mumbled to herself.. "What a funny name, Two Six" ... then only I looked up and saw the name... It should be "One Two Six".. I told her... meaning "Can get food" but why just "Two Six?"  Anyone can decipher that?
Two Six Shop along Panglima Street in Old Town, Ipoh...
Shouldn't it be One Two Six?  "Wan Toe Sik"   
Chinese.. Chinese....
This time we didn't order soup base noodles...
We opted for curry today.... 
My colleague ordered for extra cockles!   Yummsss...
One of us ordered BBQ meat with cockles...
As for myself, I didn't want the curry to be too spicy...
And the lady told me that she knows what to do....
That is why my curry is different from the above...
But I forgot to tell her that I just wanted roasted pork...
And ended up with three types of meat instead...
Each bowl cost around RM5 more or less... 
And I could not resist this egg custard as dessert to make the meal complete....
This cost RM2.50 and it was worth the price... the pudding was so smooth!
I wouldn't mind going just for the toasted bread and the egg custard anytime!

17 comments:

  1. The dessert is unbelievably cheap!

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    1. Coffeeshop is certainly cheaper than the cafes.. :)

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  2. Nowadays, kopitiam likes to use funny names to attract cutomers (marketing strategy) like "chiak pa boi", 168 (yi lu fatt) meaning all the way prosperous, "ta chui pah" (big mouth). The curry looks fiery red. Nice dessert too.

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    1. Yeah, all sorts of prosperous names! hahaa...

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  3. It all looks so good! I would be there slurping forever!

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    1. Ginny, you will be drinking and drinking water! hahaha..

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  4. I thought all you people there No. 1 when it comes to eating spicy food. I was a typical Sibu Foochow until I went around with a Penang friend...and I started eating spicy food. My girl also - after Sg Petani, she can eat spicy food too - not before she left home. You ask my missus - she will say not spicy, no kick...not nice.

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    1. wahhh... so your mrs is a spicy woman! No, I am not... if too hot, my taste buds all will be burning and will be too Kicked to know what's in the mouth!

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  5. Your curry mee has less red chili oil so is more healthy too. Good! The egg custard looks tasty.

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    1. Yes, I cannot take too spicy... and I like desserts after a meal.. :)

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  6. Funny name.. Aiya nowadays ahh macam macam names got.. I've seen names like Restoran Feipor.. Haha..

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    1. hahaha... Fei Loe or Fatty I heard.. Fei Por.. not yet.. Fat Mama got.. in Sibu, right?

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  7. I also cannot resist the egg custard, hehe...

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  8. oh, the curry looks good Claire!! and what did the boss do to make your curry less spicy?? she did not put belacan?? and wow, three types of meat in a bowl, that is so delicious and it's only RM5!!! cheap~~ and i also love that egg custard leh..

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    1. Next time you come Ipoh, you must try out this... but of course, there are few other curry stalls which has more kick too!

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  9. The restaurant name so cute la, the person who named is so creative!!!

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