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Tasty Pan Mee At Menjalara Kepong

We have to go down to Kuala Lumour to catch a flight in the evening and this time I didn't want to drive.  It was just too tiring to drive and we ended up taking a train ride from Ipoh.  My pension card was put into use and to my delight, The ticket only cost 18rm for the train ride and on,y took two hours to reach my destination.  Much cheaper and so convenient!

We arrived around noon and straightaway we were taken for lunch in Kepong.  On the way we stopped to buy the crispy fresh .... this......
Non stop coming meat fans! 
Still warm on our hands.....
Then we proceeded to Kepong for their famous pan mee!!
This is the dry version with curry sauce.....yummmsss!!!
I also ordered the soupy version....
The knife cutting noodles that come with flat odd shapes....
And our lunch was .... Satisfying.... Fulfilling......
Kepong food is not bad....huh.....

Comments

  1. Shit! Another siew yoke post for me to see today! Why you all like that one!? >.<

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  2. huh?? got such nice pan mee and siew yoke there meh?? i have been working in Kepong Menjalara for like 2 years but i didn't know about this at all!! fuyoh, this Ipoh Food Mayor is even more hebat than me!! muahahaha.. nice leh, really, i like this combination of dry pan mee with siew yoke!!! you evil~~~

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  3. Oh my gosh!!! This meal look awesome! Everything that I love!

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  4. Wow!!! This post really makes me hungry!

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  5. Good choice to use your pension card to get discounted tickets. Food looks great! Must be very tasty since you must be hungry from the 2 hours train journey.

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  6. 1 and 2, I like...not so keen on the soup version of the pan mee.

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  7. Love the soupy pan mee.. I can have 2 bowls, slurp all the soup, yummzzzz...

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  8. Ahhhh...my favourite siew yoke!! hee..hee...

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  9. I love the noodles.

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  10. The siew yok looks crispy alright. :)

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