Monday, December 28, 2015

My Best Hokkien Prawn Noodles In Ipoh

I AM VERY HUNGRY NOW.... and it is all my own fault.  It is only 6pm, yes no doubt time for dinner but all I have is some desserts on my table and lots of cookies.  Nothing savoury and I do not feel like cooking anything now.

Started off my day by waking up at 11am *I am shocked I overslept!* and I quickly messaged my friend to tell her that!  She is supposed to come to my house at 11.30am to send me my ration for today, economy rice, fruits, desserts..... really so nice of her to get my food and sending them all the way from her house which is not so near... Well, as she always say... What are friends for?  They are for sending me Food and keeping me Company till she yawns or I yawn.... hahahahaa....

So what shall I eat for tonight?  I cannot afford to be choosy but I really look forward to noodles such as this!!
Prawn noodles in Ipoh Garden South.... 
One I would like to go again...
Lots of ingredients and the soup was to my liking and loving!
hahahaha...
The Chee Cheong Fun is also not bad... smooth texture.... 
This corner coffeeshop is just opposite Pretty Pets in Ipoh Garden South..
Not sure of the name, was it Amica or Amiga....
It is along the RHB Bank....
Scotch Pub at one end and this shop at the other...
One will not miss it...
But I sure miss the food there!!



24 comments:

  1. I loves prawn mee, not easy to get good and nice prawn mee here...

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    1. Not sure about Sg.. never try there before..

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  2. a friend who tells you "what are friends for" is indeed one great friend you will never want to lose, treasure and appreciate the friendship, and I am sure YOU WILL BE BROUGHT MORE GREAT FOOD!! muahahaha.. anyway, the prawn noodles looks d*mn good leh.. big prawns, kangkung, and still giving pork slices and home-browned shallots!!! like it~~

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    1. Hope you will get to taste when you come to Ipoh next time!

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  3. Claire, when are you ready to go for the prawn mee? I see the prawn mee and I am salivating now la...Slurps!!!

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    1. hahahaha..come... come... you just have to fetch me!!

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  4. Though I had my dinner already, I feel hungry again just by looking at the prawn noodles.

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  5. Is that Kang Kung in the prawn mee? I like to have kang kung in the mee, makes it even more tasty.

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  6. Sure looks good, the prawn mee. Never had chee cheong fun with so much gravy like that.

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    1. In Ipoh CCF normally have sauce much as this...

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  7. Looks really good lah, I am also tortured hah..hah... I hope you had something nice to eat.

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    1. Yes, I do have something nice each day... thank God!

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  8. You have such great friends. What a blessing. :)

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  9. You use your blog to communicate your "orders" to your nannies hahaha!

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  10. this one really a lot of liu leh...lau hau sui. That day i ate one so call famous punya...banyak bloggers recommend punya...mou liu and nearly rm10 a bowl. Kek sum

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    1. wow... so expensive? This one is around RM5 or less..

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  11. wah...the prawn mee looks 'amazing'...see also 'lao hao sui' liao...

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