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Two Types of Breakfast In Ipoh

The very first morning they arrived, we had two breakfasts before noon... As soon as my sons arrived, we landed in Ming Court Dim Sum at 6.30am for the first round of food... I was also hungry at that time, surprisingly.... (without even brushing my teeth yet!)... ahhhhhhhhhhh....  With the blurry face we ended up eating these.... (first round)
Barbeque and custard dumplings...
Two bowls of salted egg porridge...
Black sesame dessert...
Lotus dessert....
That was our first round before we went home to catch a few winks.... 
By 7.30am.. we were snoring again....
At around 11am, we were here in Central Restaurant to have our second breakfast... or brunch?
A very proper chinese meal.....
Phewww... all types of food for the hungry ones....
Looks like Ipoh food is very much missed....

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  1. Two types ya: One is break fast and the other bread first.

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    1. hehehe... you always have an answer to everything...

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  2. wow, woke up early to have porridge, pao and tong sui breakfast.. and the second one, errr, depends if you were having lunch or not later lor.. if yes, then that was still breakfast, if no, then that would be brunch lor.. so how many meals in a day, you better be honest!! haha~~

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    1. hahaha... i will try to be honest! hahaha... Will take as many meals as I can cos each time I take, I don't eat a lot.. seriously.. I'm not laughing here...

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  3. Looks like egg custard is very popular in Ipoh. I had that too in Ipoh. Good to enjoy food.

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    1. Enjoy while we can, Mun, right? Eat to live... :)

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  4. What's those on the fake banana leaf plate? Looks like cheese toast to me, those are not very Chinese LOL!

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    1. Eggs on toast.. half boiled eggs supposedly to be...

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  5. Ahhh here comes the food marathon one by one.. I'm following dear.. First dimsum then paus and tongsui and then lunch.. I'm waiting baby.. Dinner will be fattening I know, teehee..

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    1. Oh dear.. come to think of it, I didn't take the dinner pictures..

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  6. A two part feast for sure, all looking mouth watering! Breakfast and brunch!!

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    1. Yes, it is definitely brunch... just an hour early then noon time..

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  7. I'd have the porridge. How come the paos not white? Poor lighting? And what's in the claypot? Looks like it's something really nice...

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    1. Bak Kut Teh in the claypot.... yeah, must be due to the lighting.. but then the paus were not totally white...

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  8. That's a nice breakfast. Love the porridge & lotus dessert. Food marathon begins...

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    1. hahaha.. But seriously, we didn't take much this time.. .

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  9. Hmm...this morning I saw Mun's post where they had an Ipoh eating frenzy. Now here you and your boys on an Ipoh breakfast eating frenzy hah..hah...I should try this sometime :)

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  10. Raining here.....what a good thing is can have those yummy porridge...

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  11. After breakfast, you can go back to sleep??

    yummy porridge.

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  12. Everything looks good to me (may be because I am quite hungry now :p)!
    You guys sure know how to enjoy life! ^^

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  13. Claire, simply love the tong sui. The texture is so thick and creamy. Yummmm! Need to rinse the mouth after drinking the black sesame tong sui..hahha

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  14. yummy porridge on a cold rainy morning....yumzzz!

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  15. That's very early for breakfast... The shop opens 24 hours?

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  16. wahhhhh so good lah. Makan, continue sleep then makan again! :)

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  17. wow.. so much breakfast.. I am sure you are still full during lunchtime..

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