Saturday, October 4, 2014

Noodle House Next To Mornington Hotel

I heard of a Noodle House opened recently in Ipoh, not sure whether it is the Greentown branch or the one along the same row in Medan Ipoh Bistari. This new one is opened next to Mornington Hotel along Jalan Medan Ipoh, just opposite Festival Walk.

Initially we wanted to go Bali Assam House but it was crowded ... since we have parked the car already, we didn't want to go anywhere else...and ended up here in this Noodle House instead... 
Everything looks new...
And appetizing.....
Very "chinese-sey" too....
My nephew ordered a hot curry chicken noodles....
I think it is around RM6-7
And Curry Noodles Pan Mee style... RM5.50 (if not mistaken)
I wanted the dry version of the noodles... 
My girl opted for fried rice...
She could only finished half... oh dear....
I ordered some side dishes.... 
Fried Bean Curd with fish paste...
And some "Water Dumplings"
And the bill came to around RM40...
Well... I guess I will come by again only if there is some invitation...
hahahahaa...

23 comments:

  1. Feasting begins. I like the water dumplings.

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    1. I cannot take too much.. one or two is filling enough...

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  2. I always prefer dry style noodles. This restaurant considered expensive by Ipoh standards? hee..hee...

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    1. Cos this is air con and the ambience is not bad.. thus a bit higher price than those open air shops...

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  3. I like noodles but I will always go for soupy noodles except hakka mee. That curry chicken noodles and curry pan mee looks good, I want.. And sui kow too.. Now everything price not cheap liao.. A bowl of noodles cost RM7.90 or more.. Petrol naik, lagi everything naik soon...

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    1. Yes, slowly we will see everything increase... sigh...

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  4. The fried noodle looks ok to me. The price is alright too.

    Yeah. Long weekend. Time to makan-makan.

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    1. Need to exercise too.. can see my stomach getting fuller and fuller!

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  5. I will probably go for the abalone soup noodles if I ever visit.. and the sui kow.. RM40 is alright I guess, Ipoh is developing, get used to the KL/Penang prices :D

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    1. If eat in these air con places, sure the price will be a bit higher than those without air con... yeah, we have to get used to it...

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  6. The dumpling, i can never get tired of eating it...

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    1. Eat two also full liow... of course with noodles...

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  7. Is the taste of the fried rice not nice?

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  8. Were they oily? I'm quite skeptical in trying chinese noodles (from China) as they tend to be very oily

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    1. Unless u take curry ... otherwise it is fine with me....

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  9. Looks so good, all the noodles do! Noodles are your girl's favorite, right? As soon as she comes home, you need to rush her HERE!

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    1. Cos her college food is not something she enjoys.. hahaa....

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  10. Wahhhhh!!!! Got Noodle House there too! Got rice too? The one here...name only Noodle House, not many noodle dishes to choose from...but macam macam ada. Lots of nice stuff. You went there when you were here.

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    1. Did we go there? Cannot remember la... are you sure it was me who sent there.. :)

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    2. Looks like you need to take gingko biliba lor... :D
      http://www.reanaclaire.com/2012/03/our-4th-meal-in-noodle-house-sibu.html

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  11. Lol the way you say "very chinese-sey". I like chinese kopitiam, makes me feel very at home at confident that the food will be awesome. :D

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