Monday, December 22, 2014

New Choices Of Food In Pinji Centerpoint, Ipoh

It was by sheer coincidence when we passed this shop at the mouth of Pasir Pinji.... there are few rows of new shophouses, many are still not opened but when we saw the crowd here, we did not want to waste time... Quickly we parked the car and walked a short distance towards this shop here....
Restoran Char Yuen.... 
There was a dumpling stall in front.... 
My girl could not resist not buying.... 
 She bought one layered bread with pumpkin fillings.... 
while waiting for her food to arrive....
My friend wanted to try the dumpling.... and to our surprise, it was very nice!
Lots of fillings... that's what I like!  RM4.50
Same stall... we ordered a bowl of "Siew Chu Kwat" porridge.... RM1.60
One set of toasted bread with eggs medium done...
My friend called this...
Pillow On Toast.... 
 I wanted something soupy.... 
Green noodles with mixed variety...
And the dry version... 
I noticed a lot of people ordered this...
Green noodles with shredded cucumber and special minced meat...
 To complete our meal, we ordered some fresh fruits.... 
Rojak is also available!
One more good choice to go while in Ipoh....
A decent meal to last throughout the day!

 

32 comments:

  1. Claire, every food item looks so yummy. Greedy me, everything so tempting.

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    1. Maybe it is supper time when you read this! hahaha...

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  2. Nice! Pillow on toast...and the chang, so much meat! Yum! Yummmm!!!!!

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    1. hahahaa...I was thinking..what a name. Pillow on toast!

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  3. Nice choice of food. Specially love the green noodles, so generous wtih the minced meat. Yummy!!!..

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    1. Can be shared.. the portion was quite big!

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  4. That's exactly my type of dumpling too! Slurpsss..

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    1. hahaha.. Penang has plenty too! And nice also!

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  6. wah, cari makan cari makan di Ipoh.. delicious food, but i have not been there.. i love the eggs on toasts as well as the green noodles (dry version).. slurrpsss!!! Pasir Pinji has got many other things than the "Big Tree Foot" fried stuffs~~ :p

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    1. Big Tree I try not to go... too jammed up and the food is so so.. and also sauna there.. hahaha..

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  7. Wah ... nice snacks over there !

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  8. green noodles with lotsa minced pork makes me drool!!!

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    1. I see a lot of people try that.. so I also must try!

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  9. The pillow on toast and green noodles look very good to me! Also the rolled bread!

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    1. I am sure you will like the toast, Ginny!

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  10. I like that bowl of noodles with minced meat, the dry one.. Looks very hoi wai.. Oohhh the toast looks good too.. I would slurp all the yolk before eating the bread instead of poking the yolk and dip with bread..

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    1. hahahaa.. I wanna see you do that, Louiz!

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  11. Claire, I love the pillow on toast and the green noodles. For breakfast and lunch it will be my choice of meal. Yummmss...

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    1. Yes, it is healthy too ... protein... :)

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  12. I want that toast and bak chang!!

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  13. The dumpling looks good. Very solid fillings!

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  14. The green noodles and and the one layered mantou are so yummy looking to me.

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    1. I think they sell few types of layered pau...

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  15. Oh i wanna try the pumpkin bun! tapao for me Claire :D

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    1. OK! When are you coming to take, Ken??? :)

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  16. There are so many restaurants in Ipoh now! time to visit again. I like the bakchang.

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