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Jelapang Food Treasures

IT HAS BEEN QUITE A WHILE SINCE I ATE WITH MY FOODIE FRIENDS... To be more precise, it has been more than ten days or so.  Yes, miss catching up with them and this morning, I quickly made appointment with both of them before they are "booked" somewhere else.  LOL...

I had a number of things to get done in First Garden, went to Wenn's shop to do some purchases, curry powder of all sorts, meat, fish and prawns.  Oh, I even bought a packet of Bak Kut Teh, recommended by Wenn, (own packaging) and packets of red dates, wolfberries, assorted herbal spices.  After my purchases, I drove to my friend's house just a short distance away and from there, we gathered and went for our lunch in Jelapang!  Yay!!
I was yearning to eat the "Neen Koh" again!   And we saw some prawn fritters cakes.... 
And Nancy cut them up nicely for easy biting... hahahaha.... 
As usual, I eat more than them... ahemmm... 
I ordered a bowl of noodles as I did not have breakfast in the morning... 
Some fried stuff again... 
And their famous smoked beancurd with fish paste... 
The above cost RM15.40 including of 2 glasses of barley and one cup of coffee... 
I thought that was it, our meal time has ended... but it did not!
My friends adjourned to the shop just next door cos something attracted them... 
Yes, this shop is famous for their Rojak!  
So we did not leave Jelapang without having a plate...
Yes, they have vegetarian noodles too... still hot and nice!
And there is another stall just outside the shop selling pancake.... 
Well, I wonder whether my stomach can still take in dinner tonight.... hmmmmm.... 


Comments

  1. Gosh. Prawn fritters. Luckily I had my dose of fritters the other day otherwise I would be craving for them now.

    Rojak! They did not put the sauce on top of the ingredients? In seperate bowl?

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    1. Yes, I like them to be like that... separate so that the sauce won't turn watery..

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  2. That is a lot of food - just the way I like it hah..hah....

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  3. I like that fried stuffed bean curd cake (tau kua), great with minced meat too.

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  4. I like the prawn fritters! Hahaha so your friends didn't eat much in shop 1 cos they knew they were going to more shops to eat but they have forgotten to tell you not to eat so much in shop 1.

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    1. hahahaaha.. now come to think of it, looks like that way...

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  5. Softly tell you, i like the fried item, me is eat first, then exercise burn it off, haha...

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  6. Such tempting food pics! Especially tempted by the prawn fritters. So nice of Nancy to cut them up into bite-size. She brought along her scissors?

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  7. The vegetarian pancake and noodles look the best to me. Go for it this evening!

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  8. I like the beancurd with fish paste, wow eat from one shop to another, they are really your foodie friends

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    1. Usually I don't really like prawn fritters because they use prawns with shells which I find it very troublesome to eat them with shells inside

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    2. And for so many items, the price is only RM15.40, that is really value for money, can't get that kind of price in SG

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    3. Different standard of living..

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  9. My favourite is the last one, peanut pancake.. The crispy ones, I can eat 10! The chewy ones (I call them bang chang kueh), I can eat 10 too! Haha..

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  10. Can one lah... don't say dinner lah, I think even supper also can. Always see you eat like this one. :P

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