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Ipoh Delights

A SUMMARY OF WHAT I HAVE EXPERIENCED DURING THE PAST WEEK... some of the food I have missed, I went to eat to my heart's content... and some places which I wanted to go, I went to take a few pictures here and there....
Chang Jiang Giant Coffee Break...
For coffee lovers, this is the place to get a giant cup...
Simmering hot under the blazing sun!
hahahaa...
I am not a coffee lover ... 
Taking pictures will do for me...
Authentic brewing is done over here too.... 
I don't know how to enjoy a cuppa... 
Seriously I don't... but the fragrance of coffee is breathtaking..
I mean I breathe in the aroma of the coffee...but not taking it literally... 
Had this for my breakfast one morning in town along Leong Sin Nam Street... RM4.50
Thinking of their homemade noodles and the crispy ikan bilis in JB!
Had this cooling jelly with sour plum one fine hot afternoon!
Taken in Uncle Lim Kopi along Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah....
On Saturday we went to Char Yuen in Pasir Pinji for our breakfast.... 
It was crowded as usual despite the GST increase? 
hahahaha..
Well, we still need to eat, right?
Ordered two strands of CCF....
I miss this too!!!
Plus a small bowl of roasted pork porridge....
Oh, this is a Must... from the same stall too....
For these on the table, it cost RM9.30
And shared by two of us....
We were not finished yet.... 
Still have space for a set of toasted bread which cost RM1.60....
In Ipoh.... 
One must not go away till the tummy gives a gentle burp*

 

Comments

  1. I want that chee cheong fun too!

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  2. Ummmm...ok with all, not craving for any. Hehehehehe!!!!

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  3. I opposite with you, i like coffee, hehe...

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  4. There's a stall selling homemade noodles near Pelangi Mall or Pelangi Plaza in JB, been there eat before, like it, but super super super long didn't go there eat liao...

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  5. Am a coffee lover, that giant coffee suits me. All looks good. Love the CCF.

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  6. Wah the first coffee picture, the coffee looks so creamy and rich, I could smell it from here..As usual all your food looks so so good, especially that roasted pork porridge and the last siew min pao, I know we can make our own, but eating out more syiok one :)

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  7. That is one big cup of coffee! I do not drink coffee too, Claire. Smell it I also gone dizzy. Haha. I did drink few times in the past and ended up sleepless nights so from that onwards, I do not drink coffee. Just tea would do.

    Nice food. No wonder makan till cannot stop and till tummies cannot hold anymore. Haha.

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  8. oh that's a nice and huge cup of coffee.. Chang Jiang?? has it got something to do with our fellow blogger friend the Ipoh Taukesoh?? haha.. oh my, i love that CCF and that dumplings and especially that very refreshing ice jelly with sour plum!!! definitely something i would want to have on a hot day like today..

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  9. I like coffee! Chang Jiang tastes good. I like that bowl of dessert.

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  10. The jelly dessert looks so good, and is my favorite. SO, what do you do to wake up if you do not drink coffee? I LOVE those paintings of the giant cups, and do believe I could finish a whole one!

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  11. wah....so much good food. Kopi.......ah moi....tapau kopi o kau kau satuuuu :)

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  12. All the food looks yummy... Cannot, must go and eat my lunch now, haha!

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  13. Can see that you really miss Ipoh food. Good that you are catching up on the food and looking lovely.

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