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Ipoh Chang Jiang White Coffee Off Jalan Gopeng

MY GUEST FOR THE PAST FEW DAYS came from Canada, she is my childhood friend from yesteryears....  Besides catching up with each other, we had a good time looking for food.  She wanted to taste Malaysian delights and for the past few days, I have been gaining more than losing, in terms of food and waistline.  *hahahaaaa*

One morning we had our brunch at Chang Jiang White Coffee Cafe at Off Jalan Gopeng.... it was a busy Sunday morning but we managed to get a table....


We ordered some varieties to be shared.... 
We had wan ton noodles....
And comes with a bowl of curry chicken and potatoes... 
I ordered my style of wanton noodles with ..... 
Lots of onions and chicken in herbal soup.....
We also tried their steam bread with kaya....
And toasted bread with chunks of butter and kaya...
Both steamed and toasted are equally good... 
These are some of the varieties we ordered.... 
Well, I have to admit we do have "lots of space" in our tummies .... 
But as usual, instead of coffee, I will opt for plain water...
After our brunch, we still have some space for some street desserts!


Comments

  1. Love the look of the curry, a little oily but it is ok, nice with rice, the gravy.

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    1. Yes, I noticed too but surprisingly not spicy as it looks...

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  2. Good food, good friends, good for the soul but not the waistline LOL! Nice food lah. Now me craving for wanton mee and bread and butter kaya :D

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  3. I like the chicken curry with potatoes. Nice place to introduce to our visiting friends.

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  4. Your plate of wanton noodles has so much vegetable! Your friend must be very happy to have you as the food guide. :)

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  5. I must have toasted bread with kaya and coffee for breakfast every weekend. This bread you had looked thick and good.

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