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Fong Wei Ge Hot Pot In Ipoh Town

OH MY GOODNESS! WOKE UP LIKE A SLEEPY JEAN AND IT WAS ALMOST BRUNCH!  Quickly watsapp my group of friends to check who is available for brunch or lunch... Thank goodness two of them were free... and one even suggested a place I had never been to before... YAY!! 
This shop is right in town under my nose and I didn't even know it... 
just opposite Mun Choong Restaurant in Horley Street... 
Opened just a year ago if I am not mistaken...
A very spacious place with one side air con and another side open air... 
Surely we ladies opted for the former...
Their specialty is a Hot Pot....
Filled with lots of goodness....
Vegetables, enoki mushrooms, beancurd *fuchok*, yam and fish head with thick skin!
Yes, the soup was fantastic... Yam in soup!  Yummy!
 
 And being "greedy" we ordered some pork knuckles...
My friend recommended this cos she wanted to "tarpau" back for her girl...
Each of us tried a piece.. yes, it was very "yap mei"... *flavourful*
Beautifully fried and there was no remainder for this....
Food Galore!
Bill came to around RM63 with drinks... 
A very nice treat... 
Thank you, Bee!
Finished in no time....
We are the Big Eaters!
Hey, this was taken on Monday....
Today you were there again???
Oh MY!!

Comments

  1. Awesome brunch. My kind of comfort food. Was surprised 3 of you manage to finish that pot full of goodness & price is reasonable.

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  2. This is super-licious soup full of treasures...especially my favourite yam pieces in the soup!

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  3. Yum yummm!!! I like! Got new hotpot place here too - yet to go and try. Now I am "motivated" to drop by to see if it is any good.

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  4. wah so lucky of you.. living life like a rich Tai-Tai.. wake up late in the morning and then just make a call to makan kaki and straight away you are there for good food!!! and yeah, i agree with you, by just looking at that pot of soup, i already can feel the goodness!! must be very sweet and flavorful..

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  5. So many ingredients in the hot pot!! Such a lovely brunch.

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  6. sounds like a nice place..havn't been there yet..
    hv fun and enjoy your day, Claire.

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  7. That hot pot looks delicious la! Perfect meal for a rainy day isn't it?

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  8. Very nice makan again. I am eyeing the pork knuckles!

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