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Royal Ipoh Club With Two Foodie Bloggers

Elin and I had lunch with Cheah, another Ipoh food blogger whom we have known for several years now. Cheah hails from Ipoh too and she has a food blog called nofrillsrecipe. I know her through Elin... both of them are good in cooking and baking. As the saying goes, "Birds from the same feather flock together." But I guess I am the "odd" one out.... I only know how to taste..  hahahaa... 
We came here for our lunch... Ipoh Royal Club.....
There were only three tables occupied... maybe due to fasting period...
So what did we order....
Cheah ordered Wan Tan Noodles in egg gravy....RM5.50
Elin also ordered Asian food... Fried meehoon... RM5.00
And.... Yes...
I am the Odd one... I ordered a Western set lunch...
Fresh vegetable soup with a crispy garlic bread toast....
I like it with lots of toasted garlic...
My set consists of a "Minute Steak" with "Bombay Sauce"
Tasted something like satay sauce....
Desserts as shown above and I ordered coffee...
Since I am not a coffee lover, it was passed over to Elin....
My set lunch cost RM13....
Well, the food is nothing much to shout-about....
It is the company that counts...
There is no human picture...
Cos the two ladies were just too shy....
Perhaps next time...  :)

 

Comments

  1. wah!! two foodie bloggers plus one Ipoh Food Mayor!! this is a very strong cast lah, hahaha!! no wonder the food ordered all look so delicious, and i especially love that fried beehoon!!!

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    1. SK we share the same taste huh ;) it was good ! ;)

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    2. hahaaa... SK, you made it sound as if we were in a production movie!

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    3. that's why i [andai...go ipoh must find these to best tour guide, SK

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  2. All looks nice. Though not a fan of Western food but this time round, the garlic bread toast caught my attention. Looks great. Oh, you are just the opposite of me, am a coffee lover but only the first cup in the morning.

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    1. Being born in Ipoh and staying here for few decades, I still haven't learn how to enjoy the aroma of coffee, malu to say...

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  3. I loves fried bee hoon with ingredients in it...

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    1. That is Singapore style... no wonder you like...hahaha

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  4. Wah food is really cheap wor.. When I hear Ipoh Royal Club I thought wah this woman go eat expensive food again.. Your western set lunch is really cheap, RM13 only.. Dai dou larn leh...

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    1. hahaha.. memang dai... but too bad I am not a member there... otherwise can go more frequently...

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  5. Wahhhhhhh!!! Royal Club? Memang got class one. Set lunch member price or what, so cheap?

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    1. Yes, member price... must take along the member.. otherwise cannot go in also..

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    1. You know me pretty well, right!! Have to share out my Bombay Sauce Steak.. hahaha..

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  7. That garlic bread... I can see the words printed on it "COME EAT ME! COME EAT ME!"

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    1. Seriously??? OK, I go take a second look now! hahahaa...

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  8. How come all of you choose to eat lunch at Royal Ipoh Club since the food is ok ok only?

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    1. So long never been there and this place is near my office... :)

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    2. Near your office. That explains it. :)

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  9. Bombay sauce taste like satay sauce? hee....hee...hee....

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    1. Phong Hong, you laughed so mischievously.. must be something ... hehehee

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  10. Wahhhhh so nice makan again. :)

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  11. It is nice to meet up with other bloggers. You are right, it is the company that matter.

    I was just telling Arthur to have a Sibu bloggers gathering but obviously we dont know any! ^^

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    1. Like Ipoh here, not easy to find a group of bloggers... must plan a meetup place where most can attend..

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  12. Wah ...this place is antique. Didn't know still operating!

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    1. Opposite your school.. yes, still operating..

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  13. I salute you Claire! You have so many friends and blogger gangs all over the country! I should vote you to be the first President of Malaysia's Blogger Elite Club. I am always shy to meet bloggers.

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    1. Seriously shy? Cannot imagine you being shy, man... hahahaa... No, I don't have many blog friends... In Ipoh I can count with my fingers.. not even 5 I think... hahahaa...

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  14. Nice food you all had! The fried bihun attracts my attention the most ;)

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    1. Good that most of you like the fried mihoon...

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  15. The western food looks good

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