Monday, October 31, 2016

Food Mission At Yee Lock And Kafe Two Zero Two Zero, Ipoh

ON ANOTHER MORNING, we had our breakfast at Yee Lock, Jalan Musa Aziz aka Anderson Road in town.  This shop opens the whole day but different stalls during the day and in the evening.  That means different kinds of food sold during the day and night.  I have been there twice in the evening during this month itself, the Popiah and the fried noodles lured me there again and again.

Since my sister is still yearning for fish balls varieties, I ordered some varieties for her to go with her noodles which is from another stall.  We can always hear her endless "Hmmmm........ "  for every new encounters she taste....
Her bowl of Loe Shu Fun from Little John at Yee Lock... 
The toppings were simply overflowing.... 
It comes with a small bowl of some porkie balls...  RM4.50 or was it RM5.50? 
I couldn't remember exactly....
Another one of my sis ordered curry noodles... 

And a bowl of assorted fish balls to be shared...
Not sure how much again... no bill.. and I cannot recall again... 
Another morning we have this at Kafe Two Zero Two Zero...
Located at Jalan Tasek Timur... 
Famous for their Mee Jawa... RM5
But I do not know how to enjoy eating Mee Jawa as yet.. 
I ordered a bowl of Pan Mee for myself... RM4.50
Side orders... Wanton to go with our meal.... RM2
And some fried ones too... RM3..
Another two mornings mission accomplished!
LOL...

11 comments:

  1. 2020, gone case liao lor... Matlamat tak tercapai, negara dunia ketiga... LOL!!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Reana, thanks for coming again. Our Hakka Loh See Fun is priced at RM 4.50 per bowl

    ReplyDelete
  3. I am more used to eating mee jawa with a thicker gravy.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ipoh has the most variety and delicious fish balls and hor hee. Seldom find hor hee here.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Wanton is always my favourite, never get tired of eating it...

    ReplyDelete
  6. wah, the fried wanton looks huge & fully stuffed!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Gosh, so much variety! I would love to taste the curry noodles, and the fried dishes!

    ReplyDelete
  8. You are not the only one who is not used to the Mee Jawa. I can say that you will love it if you could find a very good Mee Rebus which is quite similar. Many Mee Jawa stalls are not good in KL here but I have tried good ones in Penang.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I will also go hmmmmm... with all that. Been very long since I had mee jawa. Can't even remember how it taste like.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Such nice foodie adventures with your sis.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you, readers!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...