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Guessing The Price Right At SPPK, Ipoh

After sending my girl back to her university, I dropped by to pick up my friends in Pasir Puteh. It was almost 6pm and we went to a nearby coffeeshop for our dinner. I have never been there, this shop is called SPPK and when we reached there, there were already five to six tables occupied... 

Either Ipohians like to have their dinner early or.... they want to avoid the 7pm crowd... I think it is more on the latter because I prefer to avoid the crowd and do not have to wait too long for the food... that shows how "patient" I am...

There was a poster written in Mandarin with no picture and my friend told me that the specialty for that evening is the claypot beancurd which cost only RM4!  Obviously we ordered that since the price was special for that evening...
I should have taken the whole picture of the claypot...
Lots of gravy flooding over the ingredients inside..
For RM4, it is definitely worth it..
Homemade also cost more than RM4  :)
We wanted some leafy greens so this dish came out...
Young sawi with roasted meat!
And the best but most unhealthy is this....
Crispy Crayfish coated with Salted Egg
I called them "mini lobsters"
They were nicely and evenly coated with salted egg...
And the flesh was very fresh... 

When all was done and finished, we did the guessing game again...
The one who guessed the right price will get a RM5 discount cut from the share...
One guessed RM30, another RM28 and my guess is RM32...
And the actual price came to RM31.80
So I got a discount of RM5 cut from my share.. 
(Never mess with a food blogger, I was told.... )
hahahahaha...


Comments

  1. Depends also one, some food bloggers are those who always get invited to eat free, these type can hardly guess the correct prices also. You are the really pro food blogger XD

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    1. Realgunners, no free makan one unless own friends belanja.... so agak agak the price is around there unless the makan places are out of Ipoh.. then I wouldn't know the standard.. .

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  2. Haha, I am sure you are a good food blogger la! :p

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  3. Wah you so pro to guess the closest and get rm5 off your share. I like the last dish

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  4. wah wah wah.. really not expensive at all and the portion of the dishes look big too!! the RM4 claypot toufu comes with so many seafood, and the sawi comes with roast pork, and the crayfish with salted eggs!! aiyoh, VERY DELICIOUS meal, and you got RM5 off from your share somemore~~

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    1. hehehee....next time we go out makan, we guess the price too, OK? See who get to pay lower.. :)

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  5. Pasit Puteh got nice food meh? Anyway, its so cheap! How come I can't find these food when i am back...

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    1. You where got time to go makan.... boiling water legs.. hahaha...

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  6. The "Mini Lobsters" look so good!!! Here, people sometimes get a discount if they come for dinner before four. But that is so early!!! That is why the discount, they don't have many people at that time.

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    1. Yes, for early birds, they have discounts at some shops over there in US,right? Over here, no discount for early birds..

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  7. Wah geng wor.. You so clever la can guess the price.. Yep dont mess with Reana, she's hot babe! Haha.. I like that beancurd dish too, look at the gravy, I love anything starchy and eggy.. Price not bad, very cheap, got crayfish somemore.. Yummzzz

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    1. Maybe this place is out from town... and inside a housing area so that is why cheaper too...

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  8. So you pay only $5.60 for your dinner. Worth it, worth it.

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    1. If guess wrongly, then have to pay extra RM2.50! :)

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  9. So cheap! You are clever! Haha. Food expert and always eat out so know your food price well. Haha.

    All the food looked good.

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    1. I also tembak one... sometimes I get it wrong.. not everytime correct one..

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  10. Wahhhhhh!!!! So cheap! And you got a discount some more. Hmmmm...some people have all the luck in the world.

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    1. Not luck.. you eat more than you agak agak know the price.. :)

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  11. wah! Fun guessing game for you lah! :)

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    1. Oh girls..just wanna have fun... hahaha... Old girls!

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  12. The foods over there cheap, hear, we cant get this price...

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    1. Yeah, true true... so you come here, you spend like a queen.. :)

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    2. eh, u also play such guessing game? everytime I dine out with family, we will have this guessing game after our meal ;-)
      we just guess for fun, no discount for winner though...

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  13. Wow, nice food and best part, very cheap.

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  14. You really know how to hunt for good food at all over the corners of Malaysia!
    Eat banyak and still so slim. I know I have said this many times.
    Crispy Crayfish coated with Salted Egg is heavenly! I can eat whole plate by myself.

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