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Food Treasures In Lok Hin, Ipoh

The three of us went to Lok Hin Dim Sum at SOHO, Ipoh for the second time on a Saturday morning.   We saw some people waiting outside the premises and I thought to myself, that if we were told to wait for some time, I would rather go somewhere else.  But to my delight, we were ushered in straightaway because there was a small table available, just nice for the three of us.
We were presented with this menu...
But some of the dishes were recommended by the waitress...
Crispy fried yam dumplings....
My second try on this pumpkin yam cakes....
White carrot cakes fried with crunchy fresh spring water Ipoh beansprouts
Meat dumplings with meat floss....
Fried rice with three types of eggs.... 
chicken eggs, salted eggs and century eggs....
This is special..... 
Fried pumpkin and eggplants with lots of meat floss as toppings....
I would love to try this dish again....
Lastly and not least....
We were recommended this dish...
When I first saw it, I was thinking... "OH Dear, what is this?"
Slowly I "lifted" up the "blanket"
And these are revealed...
How was the taste?
hmmm.... those who love crispy fried will love this...
I for one still prefer the noodles to be "decently fried".....
But this is worth a try 
Cos this is something new...
"Out of the world"  :)

Comments

  1. I want all hah..hah.. But the last one I prefer the noodles not to be so dry and crispy.

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  2. Hmmm...three types of eggs, eh? I must try that fried rice one of these days. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  3. I would definitely love that "Oh dear, what is this?"! And the fried pumpkin and eggplant! And the yam dumpling! And the... everything else! In that particular order.. :D

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  4. Straight I'm attracted to your woo-kok and chau lobak koh! I can finish them in 2 mouths! Oh your last dish looks like a big chunk of fried dried hair, haha..

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  5. Yummy! I love that chowmein combination!

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  6. Wow, all look too good to resist. Love them all. The other day I fry bittergourd with 3 types of eggs too.

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  7. Seeing the fried rice, makes me think of STP fried rice, hahaha....

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  8. Maybe i shall try it out one of the day, kaka...

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  9. wah nice leh those dimsum.. starting from the first one I already "wah, waah, waaah" until that "dunno-what-is-that" dish, haha!! I love the yim dumpling, the pumpkin cake and fried carrot cake!! delicious~~

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    1. hahahaa.. dont know what dish esp the last one, right?

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  10. Everything looks so good, including the last one except for the blanket. Must make a visit to this place.

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  11. What is the name of the blanket dish? I would want to try the pumpkin yam cake and three eggs fried rice.

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    1. Next time you make a trip there.. and eat puas puas..

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    1. It is at SOHO.. near MB residence.. fountain roundabout..

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  13. Pumpkin yam cake so unique leh. I have not seen it here before

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  14. Fuhhh...luckily i just had my lunch if not I ll scream at the delicious food and dim sum.

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    1. hahaa... next time you must do that... don't open my blog before lunch...

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  15. it is something unique on how the noodles is fried. me too prefers decently fried noodles..more often than not, I prefer meehoon over mee.

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    1. Unique it is but still prefer something decent.. hahahaa...

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  16. that's so sumptious for the 3 of u...haha! i like the fried radish cake with lotsa big fat beansprout!

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    1. Agreed with you... we really had full tummies after that!

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  17. The pumpkin cake is kinda special, so as the last dish ;)

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  18. The Dim Sum looks good but I didn't see the Har Gau and Siew Mai eh~
    Are they not selling?

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