Friday, August 29, 2014

Our Morning Glory In Perak Stadium, Ipoh

After the scrumptious dinner, the next morning we went to take something simple at the Perak Stadium food court.  Lots of stalls opened in the morning and certain food were very "eatable" if you know what I mean.   We like to come to this section for food...
Normally this section will be crowded during the weekends... 
But since it is a weekday, the crowd was not around...
I forgot I was on leave... no wonder it was so peaceful here... 
 Andy waiting for the rest of the food to arrive...
 We ordered a bowl of stewed beef to share out.. RM7
Over this stall, we ordered our drinks....
Tau Foo Far mixed with soyabean.... RM1.70
It is called Pak Pak (White with White)
Min Chu Wanton Noodles...
My son ordered 1 1/2 portions of noodles for me!!
He said one portion is too small... 
Well, maybe he is right after all !!
Individually bowl of wanton (dumplings)
For the three of us, the noodles cost RM13.20
Bowl of fried minced meat to go along with our noodles... RM7
Our food for 3 persons.... 
Ok, what are you waiting for? 
Let's get started!! 
Ready, Get Set.... GO!!
 

22 comments:

  1. wah can't wait to cari makan since early morning?? haha.. and so nice to have the place empty and you can eat in a relax ambiance.. I love the fried minced meat!!! and also "Pak Pak" haha, didn't know it's called such a way, cute~~ Pak Pak and Wet Wet (white and smooth)

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    1. Not so early la... hahahaa... our early means after 10am.. hahahaa...

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  2. So nice ! I missed all these food from ipoh.

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    1. Take a longer leave this time when you come back!

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  3. Hahaha Pak Pak, interesting name, Pak Suit Suit Wat Luit Luit XD
    What's Min Chu? I can't catch this one, is it a stall name or a Cantonese pronunciation?

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    1. It is the name of the stall.. Ming Chu or something like that.. you know la., cannot read Chinese wordings so have to use direct translation...

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  4. I like the tau fu fah with soya bean & fried minced meat. Dumplings & noodles doesn't look very appealing. Not much ingredients in both. Andy 's expressions shows he is ready to get set go....

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    1. Yes, indeed he was then... Yes, I agree with you.. the presentation on the noodles did not look good at all...but the taste... ahhh... that one will leave it for the individual's opinion...

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  5. Wah! Breakfast also like a feast!

    This is what I call breakfast like a king. :)

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  6. Tomorrow I must go and buy tofu fua liao, long time tak makan. :(

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    1. Will look out to see how the tau foo far looks like in Sibu!

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  7. The fried minced meat looks like thick keropok ikan. Must be very happy eating with your two sons.

    Happy long weekend!

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    1. But the taste is very much different from those keropok ikan.. there is a word for it.. slip out of my mind...

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    2. You mean the keropok ikan keropok lekur?

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  8. The Wanton Noodles and the dumplings look so good!!! I would love to fly there and just spend a week trying all the noodle dishes!

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    1. Ginny, you should if you could! hahaha.... Try them all if you can...!

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  9. I not tired of eating wanton, can eat everyday also, hehe

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  10. Guess it's another nice bonding session with your son........

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  11. Walau Eh! Tau Foo Far at RM1.70 is so unheard of in KL. So cheap la! I love them!!!

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  12. Amazing love it thanks a lot for sharing ;)

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