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Ipoh Food Attractions

Mention Ipoh and one will only think the four letter word starting with F... Yes, F-O-O-D! And as I browsed through my folder a moment ago, there are "odds-n-ends" photos... meaning one picture here and one picture another few days later and the list goes on. 

Compile them together and it becomes today's current post called IPOH Food Attractions....  Let me start at random on what I have eaten for the past few weeks...
Waller Court road side Chee Cheong Fun...
Only opens in the mornings... 
This plate cost RM4.20
While waiting for my CCF from across the road,
I will order some fish varieties from the first coffeeshop....
RM3.50
My complete meal which cost RM7.70...
With drinks, it comes to almost RM10...
And this breakfast will last me till dinner... 
Sometimes I opt for curry noodles with roasted pork... RM4.50
(shop just opposite Waller Court in town)
Another type of CCF on a smaller scale.. RM2.50
@ Sin Lean Lee in old town, Ipoh...
Some afternoon snacks in a shop just next to Thean Chun aka House of Mirrors...
Nam Heong Hokkien Noodles in old town, Ipoh...
RM4 or RM4.50... not so sure... 
Love this fish noodles in First Garden....
Normally it will be sold out fast.. so better to be there around 8am-10am....
The soup is kind of special... *winey* taste... 
RM7.50
Location:  corner coffeeshop just a few shops away from Chang Jiang Enterprise...
From town, let's go to Perak Stadium during the evening.... 
Fish varieties at the first block Stadium....

Red bean desserts....
Bubur Cha-Cha-Cha.....
And some coconut pumpkin desserts!

Well, this is just a small fraction of what I love to take in Ipoh....
My next compilation will be when my folder is full again.... 
Hope this helps to boost up your appetite for today! 
LOL....





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  1. Roasted pork + curry mee? Yes yes yes please!

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    1. They are a good pair, right? hahahahaa... I love it too but have to sustain from taking too often...

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  2. Sometimes good to flash back what you ate for the past week. All looks so yummy. Like the bubur cha cha.

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    1. Yes, some taste good.. some average... I cannot say they are the best.. :)

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  3. I was amazed and gripped by the cee cheong fun dish.The proportions are stark bigger than here in Sibu(Yours one is even cheaper).The dish looks even nicer than ours..Isn't true that they have innovated the dish because it does not look like the way the Dim Sum eateries prepare it O.0

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    1. Oh, yes.. the dim sum ccf is different from this type above... there are two types.. the ones sold in dim sum eateries are called Hongkong CCF.. whereas the one I took above are made in Ipoh.. I think each state have their different sauce altogether too... :) KL, Penang... they are different and I haven't try other states as yet...

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    2. Oh..ok i get it :)

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  4. Parlor's pig intestine noodles different from Penang one where Penang CCF have lots of har koe. Only in Parlor curry mee with siew yoke, oh something quite different from Penang.

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    1. Yes, Par Lor is different hor... people also different... cantonese ramai... hakka pun ada, hokkien.. hockchew.. hainam... so I guess the food also rojak jor... mutt toe yau!! Penang and KL also use har koe, right? I am still getting used to it...

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  5. Kokonut pumpkin? Something new perhaps may have eaten just don't know the name but most likely have not eaten before.

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    1. Steamed pumpkin then rolled with kokonut ... sedap jugak!

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  6. Where did you get that pumpkin dessert? Seldom see this pumpkin with coconut.

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    1. My cell leader does it quite often for our cell group and lately I saw this was sold in Perak Stadium food court during the evenings...

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  7. You have such good memory. When I have one food photo here and there I usually can't remember where I ate that food.

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    1. For some I don't remember, I don't post but most of them I remember by the look of how the food is prepared.. cos I am used to eating them... hahaha..

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  8. Aunty reana so bad ....tempting me here with food!

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  9. Been to Ipoh a few times but never had chee cheong fun before. You know lah, tourists always go touristy place kan? :P

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    1. Yes, the chicken taugeh shops.. those, I don't eat much...

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  10. So those are actually coconut pumpkin desserts? :D

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  11. Everything's so cheap there! Handphone pics? I thought you had a nice camera?

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    1. Yes, handphone.. nowadays I dont bring my camera along.. unless going for trips...

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  12. Wah! All these delicious stuff! We must go to Ipoh soon! :D

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    1. HB, yes and you must stay overnight to eat all these.. :)

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  13. Seeing more and more pictures, make me felt so hungry...better chiao first!! Hahaha~~~

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    1. hahaha..usually that happens when we feel hungry especially!

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  14. Haha, laughing when you wrote the four letter word that starts with F, kekekeke.. Ooohh, CCF, I like.. But I like the normal ones, with timm cheong or curry soup.. I don't like those with "har koh", it smells terrible, but mum loves it..

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    1. Yes, depending on one's taste.. maybe we don't get used to having har koe in our ccf.. I grow up eating ccf with this type of cheong.. .

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  15. Me drooling at the curry mee. I love it ore than the rest of the food

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    1. Especially with the RP? This morning it was raining.. should have taken curry but I took soup instead...

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  16. I say, you are making me hungry early in the morning! I always hear that Ipoh has good and cheap food. I must make a trip there!

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    1. You must try this version.. see if you like or not..

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  18. I love CCF and yong tau foo. The one at Stadium was good too.

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    1. Daytime and night time, the food varieties are different..

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  19. Next time go Ipoh must look for you to be the tour leader, hehe!

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    1. hahaha... hopefully you will like the food that I recommend..

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  20. I like the fish noodles with lotsa fish chunk...the curry noodle with roast pork looks good too...sei la...I m hungry and drooling now

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    1. hahaha..sorry ah.. I am also hungry actually...

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  21. Ipoh food is yummy! But whenever I go back home, I'd rather not go out - tiring lah.. haha :P

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  22. Wow!!! We have have same tastes again and always! I must visit Ipoh soon and feast on all the yummy food by using your blog as guide.

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    1. Call me out.. share with me the good food!! hahahaa..

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