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Desserts Served In Mini Furniture

Coming back to my Sabay meal....
Though everyone was full of smiles after a hearty meal, the night was not actually over yet....
Someone suggested going for Desserts!
I was not familiar with the place... but I followed directions 
And ended in Bercham..... 
For Tau Foo Far.... (Beancurd dessert)
Not so sure about the road name... 
Opposite a padang and near to the CK shops...
And we were served....
Small tables... low chairs...
The Feeling was like being served in our own homes... 
And after all being said and eaten...
It was time to "log in" to our real homes....
*Goodnite*
 

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  1. Claire, I think I know what you mean when you said "like being served in our own home". Taking tau foo far after Sabay to warm your tummy before retiring for the night.

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  2. This is what we can really call "street food", really sit beside the street one :D

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    1. Reminds me of Vietnam too.. sitting on low chairs... :)

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  3. So cute serving people in small tables & low chairs. Exactly, like own home. I love tau foo far.

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  4. I love tau foo far! Lately been eating it like every week ;)

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    1. oh really... I like the one at the food court near Mr. BBQ.... :)

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  5. I have not been to this place before. ;)

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    1. Bercham food street... I just got to know too..

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  6. very interesting and funny, hahaha!! but i am rather worry to actually sit on those mini chair, as i wonder if they could take my heavy weight??!! muahahaha.. i hate it when i was enjoying the nice tong shui, and suddenly the chair breaks and i land on my butt on the lima kaki!! ish so embarrassing~~

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    1. hehehe... try then you know.. but I doubt it will break!

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  7. You all look very happy, but the chairs and tables look like ones for kids! OUCH, your knees! Maybe they have a limited budget. BUT, any way you all look happy and the desserts must have been great!

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    1. Just a bowl of hot dessert and we called it a night... :)

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  8. Furniture for children? Have a good weekend!

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  9. I wouldn't be able to sit on those...and I know someone else who can't too! Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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  10. Wah got desserts somemore.. Eh how you manage to still look so slim and petite? I like tau foo fa with white sugar, I know many like it with brown augar, less sweet..

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  11. I like tau foo hua. Soft and silky. Haha.

    Indeed I like the environment too. Low seating. Like those in older time when everyone seating at road side enjoying hawkers food.

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  12. They say the tau foo fah made in Ipoh is what gives Ipoh girls beautiful skin. Betul kah? heee....heee...

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  13. very mini leh LOL.....but dessert not so mini...looks a lot leh the portion

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