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Ipoh Food Varieties Means Rojak!

My meal today consisted of a bit of this and that, in other words, we Malaysians would call it ... ROJAK!  My friend and I wanted something light but we ended up something "heavy" instead... both of us have light tummies, we thought we won't be able to consume much... anyway, I am quite satisfied with what we had today....
This was for our lunch....
Steamed dumplings...
Kueh Talam and one piece of agar-agar santan....
Vegetarian noodles...
Groundnuts Porridge
That was our lunch...
Kind of "light"... right?
Total cost here is RM10.40

As for dinner, we went to Little Gentings in town....
Heard that the ROJAK here is nice...
And I agreed completely!
Only RM5 for a small plate and it was so much...
Fried Chicken.... very nice too.. RM7
It goes well with the curry mutton and rice....
Fried Oh Chien... RM7
Not bad too... quite tasty in fact...
The oysters are fresh.. no smell...
One Popiah.... RM2
 That was for our dinner...
And coming to think of it, 
today's dinner is really a mixture of this and that...
hhmmmm......
After all these.....
Hope my stomach can tolerate this "Rojak-ness!"


Comments

  1. I love rojak! Get to taste everything...a bit of this, a bit of that..

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  2. Wow!! All the delicious food here!! I agreed that the rojak over there is quite good!!

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  3. wah betul betul rojak wor....all in one day? i tink my stomach will explode...errr i mean stomachache coz the enzyme need to work harder to digest the variety of food inside, haha!

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    1. Yes, all in one day.... but shared one.. not alone makan all these.. hahaha...

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  4. Actually not that bad lah. The variety is big, but the portions are small. You all share, right? Right?

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    1. Yes, yes... share share then only nice to eat!

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  5. Nice lah! I love all your ROJAK meals! Actually I love all these food too, rather than the usual rice and dishes for dinner..

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    1. Not exactly healthy.. but once in awhile... ok right?

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  6. Long time did not have groundnut porridge. I am hungry now looking at your photos!

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    1. That's a whole lot to eat and I am drooling just looking at the photos. ������������

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    2. hahaha... I love groundnuts porridge ... and Irene... I did not eat those alone..

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  7. hahaha!! I thought you wanted to have a light lunch, but as I scroll down, I thought "wah, still got food?? not done yet"?? indeed little by little you have ordered a lot.. BUT I LOVE IT!!! muahaha.. I'm one who prefers variety and taste a little of everything.. love the fried beehoon, the rojak, the fried chicken (if it's breast), the popiah and the orc-hien!!!

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    1. One is lunch.. one dinner... so not so heavy, hai mai ah... hahaha..

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  8. I will loves the steamed dumpling, hehe...

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  9. Wah...eat so much, no wonder your face so round.

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  10. Claire, I think I want to move to Ipoh. LOL!

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    1. And I thought I wanna stay next door to you!! LOL..

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