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Homemade Chee Cheong Fun In Pasir Pinji 5, IPOH

MY SISTER HAS BOOKMARKED ALL THE FOOD SHE WANTED TO EAT... and now each day, I will "chaperoned" her to wherever she wants to go.  An unpaid driver but compensated in kind, that is food and more food.  This driver has since gained weight and growing sideways even though it is only a week since the guest came back from US.  Still many more weeks to go.... cannot imagine.. dare not imagine... how my weight would be by the time she boards her flight back...  LOL...

This afternoon we had our cravings satisfied in Pasir Pinji 5.... yes, she saw me post up this Chee Cheong Fun before in Facebook, she wanted to try and taste it with her own mouth..... and her verdict is "MUST COME AGAIN!"
Upon entering the compound, we were given a number..
Ours was # 17 and the current number served was # 9....
Expected to wait for 20 minutes or so..... 
Our patience pays off... and it was worth the Wait..... 
Another one of the best CCF in Ipoh!
Everything is homemade... and steamed right from the kitchen.... 
The portion is Large.... only our cravings were satisfied.... 
It cost RM3.20 for a L size... 
Another 10 more packets to be delivered from Ipoh to KL!!
But it is Best if eaten there and then on enamel plates.... 



Comments

  1. Very big size!!! Bet you girls enjoyed it very much.

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  2. Next time take us to eat there, served on enamel plates.

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  3. You are a great sister! Such a fun food tour for both of you. This will be a trip for her to always remember.

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  4. Looks so thin and smooth and fine, I can see it is very very nice.

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  5. Enjoy your time with your sister (and enjoy all the good food)!
    Must go and try this "chee cheong fun" one day!

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  6. I must bookmark this place cos I love to eat ccf. No worries, just enjoy spending time with your sister. You can exercise more when she goes back to America.

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  7. I love CCF, now I am craving for CCF

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  8. Recipe please?

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