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A Walk Down To Old Town Tao Fu Far, Ipoh

JOINING IN THE CROWD AT OLD TOWN, IPOH... It is Hari Raya Haji today and it was indeed a very busy day in old town.  After our walk at Parkson in new town, we drove to old town to have a "look" and to join in the crowd as tourists.  Parked our car near Maybank and on the way to Plan B, we passed by this shop which offers quite a variety of "light" food and desserts....

  Situated along Jalan Bijeh Timah, we entered into the premises...
We walked up the stairs and feel kind of "welcomed".... 
And we sat here for our light snack.... 
Took something light since we had a heavy brunch...

My favourite Tau Fu Far...
And spent our time taking pictures of the place instead... 
The theme is on "Soya Bean" in this shop... 
And the paintings on the wall look kind of colourful.... 
And I couldn't help posing a few here and there... 
The place is quiet, I am surprised... 
All for the better... I can take more pictures... 
Looks like this side of the corner are on vases... 
Trying to mimic a kind of movie with my hands... 
And from the window, this is the scene.... 
And on the way down.... 
My "hungry pose" 

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  1. Is that money notes collection on the wall??

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  2. Claire, this is new to me. Looks like a really nice cosy place for dessert. I love the wall paintings and decorations there.

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  3. eih, you cut your hair!!! hehehe, feeling cooler now with shorter hair??

    hmmm, the name of the shop in Chinese is not the actual Tau Foo Fah but the owner used words that sound alike only, literally "Pottery Fortune Flower" (which is different from the actual "Toufu Flower").. probably because of this, they have many pottery in the shop..

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  4. seems like a relaxing place to yum cha..

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  5. The huge pao sure does not look like...but I like!!! Yum yummm!!!! Lovely works of art all over. I like the bowl in the last one, very commonly seen around here - this one or the one with the fish, usually.

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    1. Does not look like? It is black sesame ... I Like too. :)

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  6. Very nice art works & decor of the shop, cosy & relaxing place. Oh boy, my favourite tau foo far. Yumzzz!!!

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  7. Wah, nice, can go eat taufufa and pau yesterday.. I stayed home yesterday, went out for steamboat dinner at night only, for a while.. Simple nia..

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  8. Yesterday, i only went out for lunch, then stay home, haze very bad here, sobssssss.... And today, Primary and Secondary School closed.... PSI over 300, sobssssss....

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  9. Eh, you look so young with short hair!

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