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Tasty Food, Reasonable Price In Mun Ji, Ipoh

I still get "connected" to my ex-colleagues through our smart phones. WhatsApp (or watsap as I used to call it) is the one which connects us almost everyday. We are no more working together in the same building, some have retired and some are transferred to another town, we still keep in touch.

This afternoon we were discussing about food, where and what to eat... and from there, one thing leads to another.. and it is not surprising when we decided to meet up for dinner after work!   Since I did not know where the shop was, I decided to pick them up and drove to this place which my friend recommended.  (I prefer to drive so that I can remember better!)
Here is the name of the shop... 
Mun Ji...
 the name reminds me of Jumanji, the movie!
It's just opposite some residential houses....
And a field too....
Here is the address...
Laluan Rasi Jaya 4B
Use the highway between Farlim and Menglembu....
The Happy Food Trio!
It was 5.40pm when we arrived.... 
My friend told me that by 7pm, this whole place will be full....
First dish to arrive...
Koe Loe Yuk
Famous Fish Head Curry.....
I like this dish...
Spinach with three types of egg... the gravy is nice....
Three dishes for four ladies.... 
And the bill came to RM46 with drinks and rice...
Reasonable price, I would say.... right?


Comments

  1. Food sure looks good! That's sweet and sour pork, I guess?

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  2. This 3 dishes I like. Best part is the bill, so very cheap.

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    1. I think it is quite reasonable for 3 dishes...

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  3. is this place in Menglembu?? it looks very familiar.. i remember my friend's dad brought us there to makan, and the food were all so so so nice, and it was not expensive too!! and i remember the curry fish head, aiyoh, drooling now and i really miss this place~~

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    1. Wahhhh..you know more than me then! This was the first time for me cos I am not so familiar with this area...

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    2. of course i don't know this place but my friend's dad brought us there, hahahaha.. didn't take photo that time because Uncle was there so paiseh to take photos, i still remember we ordered their very nice signature taufu (jiu pai tau fu), slurrpss!!! Ipoh has got nicer taufu because of the water?? :p

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  4. Price sounds good. Good to catch up over tasty food as usual.

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    1. Yes... go for some new places for food adventure.. .:)

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  5. First dish for me, the rest for you four! I miss my childhood dish!

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    1. Not only you, my kids love this very much too!

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  6. I like the spinach dish with 3 types of eggs, very special.

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    1. Yes, that too.... very flavourful and special....

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  7. Indeed very reasonably priced! That ku lou yok looks good!

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    1. You also like that! Cannot see the fats.. just eat only!

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  8. The tan fah looks nicely done, not easy to do it, tends to be overcooked

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    1. Must be ngam ngam cooked... nice... and not thirsty after eating..

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  9. Spinach with three types of egg and gravy...please pass me a big bowl through the screen!! I am wanting it so bad! Maybe because I am on a diet and have lost 80 ponds, but it looks so good! I see you are also dark early in the day, just like us. I hate no light in the evening.

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    1. It was almost 6.30pm when we left... Ginny, you lost 80 lbs? Hope you are feeling better now...

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  10. the spinach with egg and gravy! the gravy looks good (like soup)...i can just pour the gravy with rice and eat it alone!

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    1. hahahaa... I can also take the whole plate! hahaha..

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  11. Wah this time I love all the food on the table wor.. Nice.. Especially the koo loo yok and curry fish head.. I love those foo pok soaked in the curry, yummzzz..

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    1. wahhh.. you er... something else.. I like it to soak in tomato sauce...:)

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  12. Aiyo, I love koe loe yoke! To me it is beast paired with fried rice and kail lan fried with salted fish.

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  13. Bring me there or i sulk in a corner, haha

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    1. Then you need to take one year leave ! hahaha...

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  14. lol munji and jumanji... LOL!
    that fish head curry certainly looks tempting!
    but i always get all sweat with the spiciness.

    #iblogmyway

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    1. Yeah... tempting.. spicy hot... and after that, no more voice.. haha...

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  15. That spinach dish is unique. All the food looks tasty.

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