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Rawang Lan Je Is Now In Ipoh

BACK IN IPOH... and wondering what to eat in the evening.  There were two options, western food or chinese food, I asked my girl to decide.  The western food cuisine is near my house, just five minutes drive whereas the other one is situated fifteen minutes away.  Yes, in Ipoh, everywhere is near, within a radius of 5-20 minutes drive unless one wants to drive away from Ipoh.  

Feeling undecided, we let it play by ear... we passed by the Western cuisine, it was fully crowded so Chinese food it would be and we drove all the way to Kuala Kangsar Road for steamed fish at the restaurant called Lan Je.
Lan Je's signature dish... Steamed Black Tilapia with lots garnishing...
We ordered not one but two fishes... 
Four angled beans without the normal sambal belacan... 
Their own made bean curd with minced meat... 
For this meal for three, the bill came to RM55... 
Fish itself cost RM16 each...
Lan Je is originally from Rawang 
and we used to go there whenever possible..
Now that Ipoh has a branch, someone is truly happy!

Comments

  1. It's nice to have fish (or two fishes) for a change :)

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  2. Looks like you made the right choice. Perhaps another time for the Western food. Since they were so crowded, they must be very good!

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  3. Good, good...fish is good. Anytime better than western, I'm sure.

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  4. Maybe i should shift to Ipoh when i retire, so many yummy foods there...

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  5. I love fishes. I could have the whole fish to myself!!

    Reasonable price for your dinner.

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  6. I don't mind having fish for dinner! We will request for extra ginger paste.

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  7. Another Wiggles 25th birthday reunion in Sydney (raising funds for Olivia) you might know this one!

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  8. Mmm...you have just given me an idea where to go for dinner one of these nights :)

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  9. Two fish for two persons! I like that! I also like the tofu.

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  10. But is the taste same as the one in Rawang or not? If the cook is different, the taste will be different also right? :P

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  11. Your dinner looks so good. Delishtastic ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹

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  12. Have not tried four angled beans before, from the look of it, I think maybe I won't like it

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  13. I also prefer Chinese food than Western food

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