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Stan & Brew Cafe In SOHO, Ipoh

My sisters suggested going to Stan & Brew Cafe, located in the newly built Soho Complex (just next to Sam Tet School) here in Ipoh.  I seldom visit cafes for I am really a "die hard fan" for Chinese food and secondly, I don't know how to enjoy sipping coffee, latte, cappuccino, chocolate drinks etc. etc...  But since we seldom meet up and it is an all ladies' outing (including my mom), I gladly drove them there to enjoy our tea...
We ordered some drinks and a piece of cheese cake.... 
 
and a piece of cheese cake......
And a King Size Burger...
I forgot the name of it already.... 
Someone is going to share in her FB!
And now.... the Cutting Ceremony....
Well, my kids will definitely make a go at this cafe once they see this post.... 
That is for sure...

Comments

  1. I would love to visit this cafe too if it's here..That burger attracted me.. I love burgers and that tower king-sized burger looks so yummy.. Beef patties, cheese, egg and all other yummy stuffs.. Yummzzz..

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    1. Oh then you can have a bigger share! hahaha.. I only took a very small portion... I prefer the potato chips.. hahaha..

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  2. Good to have a Western yum char session with your sisters and mother. Can sit there and chit chat and enjoy life. I heard there are many nice cafes near Sekeping Kong Heng like Plan B and others. You can bring your sisters and mother there to do another Western yum char eat cake session next time.

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    1. I haven't been to Plan B as yet... I normally order cakes and a glass of warm water.. weird, kan?

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    2. No, not weird at all to order warm water - it is a healthy move - but I think Plan B will provide water for free.

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  3. Wow, that burger is so big, need 2 persons to cut it down. I really admire how they make the design in the cappucino, latte, etc. Good family bonding time....yum cha.

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    1. I never tasted a sip also... next time I will try and see how it taste like.. then maybe I will learn how to enjoy...

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  4. Ooooo...nice burger!!! Not into coffee with milk, I only want it black. Blog on that coming soon...in two weeks perhaps. Many things to blog about, all lined up. LOL!!!

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    1. wahhhh... in two weeks' time? You really do a lot of homework and real fast too!

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    2. Retired mah... I've got all the time in the world. :D

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  5. Kick ass burger rocks! Seems like OldTown White Coffee's home base also filling up with gourmet coffee outlets huh..

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    1. Sooner or later... but as for myself, I will go for burgers for one or two bites only.. hahaha...

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  6. wah!!! that cheesecake and that burger!! i like i like!! look so delicious and also such a perfect match~~ but of course, not a coffee fan, i would substitute the coffee with some juice maybe, hehe~~ :)

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    1. Oh, you also no coffee fan? Yes, juice is fine with me too...

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  7. You may not know how to sip on a cuppa good coffee but i am sure you sure know how to appreciate your desserts well right? LOL

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  8. It is all American food!!!! Do you like burgers, Claire? The coffee is too pretty to drink. The people who make this beautiful coffee, and pictures on the top, we call "Baristas".

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    1. Oh, so they are called baristas! I am no coffee lover .. and I can only take one or two bites on the burgers.. :)

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