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Hearty Breakfast At Yei Lock, Kampar Road

THERE IS ANOTHER NICE YUMMY PLACE TO HAVE BREAKFAST IN IPOH... My sisters brought me to this place in Kampar Road, it is called Yei Lock coffeeshop.  Yes, I wrote it right, my sisters brought me there not the other way round.  I have been there before but it has been a long time since I last ate their food in the shop.  Have to go early though to catch the Chee Cheong Fun, the Hainanese Pau or dumplings and to try their famous Lenggong Fried Noodles.....
The Teluk Anson Chee Cheong Fun... with different sambal sauces...RM4
CCF is best eaten with these Crispy Roasted Pork...RM20
And if the appetite is good, do order some fish ball varieties to eat along too... 
Lenggong noodles is tasty fragrant too... 
We ordered a plate to share among us.... 
With a plate of CCF each and these to be shared, 
our breakfast lasted us through lunch!
That is why I always love the morning session... 
Food and More Food!!


Comments

  1. Lenggong noodles are new to me. The noodles look like wanton noodles. Better to eat heavy like this in the morning when we are more active.

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    1. But taste different from wanton noodles... yes, breakfast is always heavy...

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  2. The food is even more special because you eat it with your sisters!

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  3. Never tasted CCF like that. Over here, the usual CCF with prawns, mord like a side dish.

    Lenggong noodle. Wonder how it tastes like.

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  4. CCF not rolled up? Looks like kway teow. Wahhhh...all that meat for breakfast? Bet you did not have lunch after that.

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    1. Lasted till late afternoon.... too full to take anything else..

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  5. This Lenggong noodles look like Penang's Hokkien Char. Am I correct? I love that.

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    1. Not sure.. that type of mee tasted like yee mee...

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  6. The lengoong noodles, looks like wanton noodle to me...

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  7. I like the Lenggong noodles and T.Anson ccf. Ccf sold out very early. Yummy breakfast!

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  8. Plenty of good eats! Did you all finish the food?

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  9. First time I heard of Lenggong noodles

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  10. I would like to try the lenggong noodles!

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