Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Food Galore in China Chuan Kwong In Greentown, Ipoh

For dinner on Saturday evening we went to a Thai coffeeshop called Sabay in Bercham.  However I did not take any pictures because most of the food have been posted up here in my blog before. (In actual fact, we were too hungry that I have forgotten all about it till much later)  Hungry stomachs can cause "absent-mindedness" as proven here...

The next morning we set out around 11am for a "brunch" in China Chuan Kwong here in Greentown Business Center... Yes, it is upon Andy's request again... he said he has been dreaming about Ipoh food ever since he started working and now he is back for holidays, he will seize all opportunities  to eat and eat before he goes back to "working hard" for his money again.  LOL...

To fulfill his request, we ordered lots of varieties.... till everyone claimed they were fully satisfied... 
Not to be missed... Dan Dan Noodles...
Mussels Dim Sum....
Coconut Mochi with custard or similar.. very nice...
It was served hot...
Another not to be missed.... Crispy Yam with BBQ meat....
(Woo Kok)
Scallops Dim Sum...
Part of the food ordered.... 
Not sure what this is called already.... but just ordered as recommended...
I like these desserts.. Sesame Green Tea with Red Beans fillings...
The Yong Liews.... Eggplant stuffed with Fish Paste...
Red Red Chilies to bring the fire out of our mouths... or ears...
 A candid picture of someone who is busy devouring the food above....
No food were wasted... all safely tucked in warmly... 


38 comments:

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    1. The rest, Yes thank you or not? :)

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    2. aiyo, not nice to say no thank you immediately la...

      Reana Claire, can pass to me, thank you. LOL

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  2. Mussel dim sum, hardly come across it...

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  3. What a feast. All looks so delish and I like the Dan Dan noodles and cripsy yam. Sesame green tea, something new to me.

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    1. Some are new to me too cos they are made specially on Sundays...

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  4. Ahh I miss woo kok! This is another item that cannot get decent one in Penang!
    When I saw Bercham, all I can remember is my car's tayar pancit, went there to replace new tayar and got ripped off >.<

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    1. Serious? How much were you ripped off? Some shops like to "potong leher" but there are also many honest ones... charging as per normal...

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    2. Usually when your tayar pancit, guaranteed will be ripped off, because they know you got no choice. Back then I was driving Kancil, I was charged RM 350 for 1 tayar and labor >.<

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    3. mak oi...RM350 for kancil tayar....more of KL price leh

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  5. Coincidentally, my post tomorrow is on dim sum too but that is where the similarity ends. Nope, I did not other anything the same as what you had. LOL!!! Don't forget to drop by, ya!

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  6. Another personal favourite of mine if I don't feel like having Foh San, Ming Court, or Yoke Moon. :)

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    1. This one serves a bit different from the rest and more choices only on weekends..

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  7. Dim Sum I like! Live to eat - that's what I say!

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    1. hahahaa.. I like your theme all the time!!

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  8. Yummm yummm

    I like dim sum.

    You're making me hungry...

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    1. I am also hungry now.. that makes two of us!

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  9. Lots of fancy looking good food! The Dan Dan noodles look very good, what is on top of them?

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  10. Wah! You make me crave for dim sum hah..hah...

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    1. hahaha.. once awhile they taste good.. too often, see also scared...

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  11. Dan Dan noodles is something like "yok sui mein"? Or "cha cheong mein"? Looks like minced meat.. I bet it is.. Oohh, I love woo-kok, I can eat 10! Now you make me wana eat dimsum la, but I'm in front of my pc drinking Milo only, teehee..

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    1. Wait till weekend then go and tarn cha with your love ones!

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  12. This one is not the one you bring us hor? The one near Giant?

    Not sure about the noodle but dim sum looks good leh. makes me wanna eat dimsum liao

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    1. No, you have not been there before but please do remind me next time. Open till 2pm daily.. I think Ling has been there...

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  13. WAHHHHH!!! what a feast that was!! and as I was scrolling down, I kept on "wah wah wah", haha.. and it's always nice to go eat with people who likes to eat and appreciate good food.. furthermore, more people can order more variety so everyone can taste a bit of everything mah.. :)

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    1. Yes lo.. agree with you completely.. more people means more varieties and must have males too.. otherwise cannot try lots! hahaha...

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  14. Luckily I already had my breakfast!
    But all of them looks very good!! Look at the mussels!

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    1. Didn't know mussels can be made into dim sum too..

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  15. such yummy breakfast sure can't be wasted! the dan dan noodles looks good...

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    1. The dan dan noodles is not bad...I like the texture and the sauce..

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  16. Yum! I prefer the dim sum varieties in Malaysia. I had dim sum today for lunch, but it wasn't as good variety as yours.

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    1. Not all the shops in Ipoh sells nice dim sum.. only selective ones only.. :) Hope you enjoyed your lunch!

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