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I Love Cafe Nasi Lemak And Desserts

IPOH HAS HER SHARE OF DELIGHTS TOO.... Ever since I came back from Penang a week ago, I spent most of my days catching up with my friends with Ipoh food!  Somehow it connects... Friends... Food.... Friends and Food... Friends come Food... Where there are Friends, there is Food...

Ok, cut down the crap and carry on with some of the food I have tasted alongside with my friends... After a heavy breakfast my friend and I did not take lunch but by 3pm, our "alarm" started to ring in our stomach... and for no reason, I was yearning for Nasi Lemak!  Quickly my mind began working... where ... where to get a nice plate of Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken???  My friend was faster than me... she suggested this place....

I LOVE CAFE..... 
Yes, that is the name of the shop!
They served a selection of varieties... 
From noodles to rice and to porridge.... 
Oh... plus "Tong Sui" too!
My friend ordered oatmeal with thick Gula Melaka....
I prefer Red Beans instead.. without santan... 
My friend's choice of noodles... RM7.90
And what I asked for... was answered!
My Plate of Nasi Lemak!  RM7.90
Exactly what I wanted to eat... 
Chicken Drumstick still hot and yet not oily...
Peanuts sweet and salty... 
Sambal not so spicy and yet tasty....
Everything to my liking...
Bill came to around RM23 if not mistaken...
Will know where to go for food especially it is after 3pm... 


Comments

  1. that is also what i would like to eat too, hehehehe.. for that RM7.90 i think i will choose the nasi lemak with fried chicken instead of the fried beehoon, the latter doesn't seems so worth the price kan?? oooh, the tong sui looks good leh.. have i had nasi lemak with tong sui before?? hmmm, must try~~

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    1. Something spicy and then sweet.. yes, that is my combination of a meal!

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  2. Hmm. A nice plate of nasi lemak.

    I love cafe! What a name!!

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  3. I loves the prawns from the noodles, and the drumstick from the Nasi Lemak, kaka...

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  4. You are making me hungry with the nasi lemak photo. Where is this "I love Cafe"?

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    1. It is now along the same row with Up and UP...

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  5. Nice place to have a meal after 3pm. Your nasi lemak is good value for money but the fried mee hoon is like a bit expensive. Does each bowl of tong sui cost RM3.60 each?

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    1. I think so.. I didn't really check the price...

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  6. I had nasi lemak too, Singapore one. In my blogpost today...

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  7. Between noodles & nasi lemak, yours more value for money. For tong sui, both looks good. Yummssss

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    1. Once awhile I love to have a plate of nasi lemak...

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  8. This dessert is so unique and tempting. This is the first time I hear oatmeal with gula melaka. Nice!

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    1. It is called Mutt Chok.. not sure how to define it in English...

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  9. I would go for the nasi lemak too!

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