Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Satisfying Meal In Pin Sum Restaurant, Menglembu

Both of us arrived in Ipoh around 8.30pm by train.  Very punctual in fact, I don't mind going to KL by train, very comfortable and clean, better than bus anytime.  For our dinner, we went to Loe Wong Chicken stall... Aaron's request.  No pictures were taken... chicken and bean sprouts are so common in blogs!  hahahaa..... 

The last time Aaron came back to Ipoh was during Chinese New Year, it seems like ages already, according to him.  He simply loves to come home... poor Andy, I think he must be wishing that he would be in Ipoh too.... Since Aaron has never been to Pin Sum, Menglembu, I took him here for lunch the very next morning.
This was recommended by the lady boss.... 
Mixed fish paste varieties...
Shanghai style Loe Shu Fun...
Wonder whether Shanghai has this dish or not... hmmmmm...
As usual, their signature dish...
Sam See Meen... 
Aaron loves "chap choy" so I ordered this for him....
Bacon Fish Sausage...
Five types of dishes on the table... more than enough for the three of us...
And the bill came to around RM38...
Love this picture....
Two different hands going to the same direction...


37 comments:

  1. Only RM 38 for all the dishes, so cheap...and food looks so yummy. Love them all.

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    1. That is why I keep going every now and then when opportunity arises.. :)

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    1. When are you going to bring him to visit Sibu? He did not come the last time around, only Andy & Fernie...

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    2. Yes, wait till I retire... 2ndly, got free tickets.... 3rdly, in a group.... oh, wait a sec, you mean bring Aaron? OK, I will let him know that Sibu Food Mayor requests to see him! hahahaa...

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  3. oh, nice yummy food and only for RM38!! that's cheap lor.. the shanghai style lo shwee fun and the sam see mien look delicious woh!! the lo shwee fun looks like the claypot lo shwee fun at sri kembangan leh (the one Kathy blogged about before).. the bacon fish sausage also nice woh, making me drool and i don't care that two photos of "two different hands going to the same direction" already~~ :D

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    1. Hey SK, next time you come to Ipoh, you must go there but then ah, only daytime.. nighttime tutup one.. now in Ipoh, food are getting more and more expensive... not many shops serve reasonable and cheap prices anymore..

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  4. I hate visitng blogs at this hour especially when I stumbled upon food posts like these. I'm gonna need my supper now. Lol!

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    1. Shirley, you can afford to have lots of supper!! LOL...

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  5. Aiyo, I am reading this nearing midnight and everyone of your food photos are making me salivate. So hungry now but must go to sleep and not eat.

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    1. So sorry Mun... most times I post up during the night when I am more free ...

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    2. Not your fault, no need to say sorry, ok? :)

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  6. Looks lovely, the first dish is quite beautiful. But of course I am always up for noodles, any way!!

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    1. Ginny, I hope you can taste it all one day! hahahaa..

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  7. Most children cannot wait to leave home and be on their own to do their own thing. You must be a wonderful mom, your boys want to come back, and isn't that what it is all about, coming back home. Seems in the first part of our lives we all want to leave, then we spend our time wanting to come back home.

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    1. I think as they mature, their feelings change.. initially it is like a new adventure for them but as time goes by, they miss home in a way... :)

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  8. the noodles look yummy....how I wish I could have this nice food with such cheap price in KL!

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    1. Ipoh is also not cheap now... maybe outskirt shops are slightly cheaper than those in town...

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  9. I saw the Shanghai noodles picture in your FB, and I was wondering when are you going to post it in your blog.. I was salivating on your noodle picture.. I like anything gravy, like loh mee, wat tan mee or cantonese mee.. Or claypot tofu or anything starchy.. Yeah, weirdo me, but really, I like anything starchy, keke..
    Wait, I see "choy keok" again, yumm..I can never get bored of "choy keok", I can eat everyday for a month!

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    1. Yes, I love choy kwok too .. must take with rice or something solid otherwise sure got burp burp angin out... hahaha... next time I will go for other varieties... see what else they have in their menu..

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  10. Wow! Just RM38!?

    So cheap.

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  11. OMG...so delicious and it cost RM38. I don't mind eating every weekend. ahhah

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    1. But homecooked is still the best, Ling! :)

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    1. Worth trying.. something different...

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  13. hmmm tmw have to go pasar buy kai choy make asam chye jor......see the chap choy look like asam chye drooling jor

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    1. So tomorrow someone will make me drool too!!!

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  14. One day... if I enter a run in Ipoh, I wanna try take the train too. :)

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  15. Aisey... your photos all make me drool only lah...

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  16. Wah ... I love the chap choy !

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  17. Your sons actually love to come home to your love, warmth and smiles! I am sure cos I am also my mother's son. Muahahahaha

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