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Authentic Food At Pin Sum, Menglembu

ANDY TOLD ME THAT HE WANTED TO TRY ALL FOOD IN IPOH... especially those I posted up in my previous posts.  LOL.... Great, try eating all within ONE week, I said..  LOL...  And so from Day One till today, we have been eating outside food.  Unhealthy and fattening though, but never mind, once back to Johor, we "try" to eat healthy again, homecooked food and baby oats will be our meals.  *hearsay first*

This morning we started out at around 10.30am and we went to old town to visit Concubine street.  My sons have never been there, we thought the tourists would be gone by now but we were wrong.  The whole area leading to the tourist spots were jammed up and we had no choice but to detour to somewhere out from Ipoh town.  We went all the way to Jelapang for noodles but the shop was closed.  We took a big round again and landed in Pin Sum restaurant in Menglembu.  It was a good choice after all.... everyone was happy with the food here especially Andy!
While waiting for the main course to be served, we had these as appetizers....

The famous noodles in this shop called Sam Si Mee... 
*three ingredients* mainly from dried oyster, mushrooms and dried cuttlefish.... 
We also ordered flat noodles in egg gravy... 
Also known as Wat Tan Hor...
Some side dishes to go with the noodles....
Six bacon wraps.... 
Our first meal of the day.... 

Someone is taking the pictures to "lure" somebody down south.... 
Definitely a Thumbs UP from both of them!


Comments

  1. Everything looks so good especially the roasted oink2 and the bacon wrapped thingy :)

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    1. hahaha... yes, oink oink is always attractive...

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  2. I like the char siew and the bacon wraps looks good!

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  3. Oh mine look at the char siew and roast pork, the char siew is literally glittering

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  4. This looks amazing and delicious!!! The soup looks like egg drop soup,only better. Is that pork? So good looking. Now I must go eat something! But it will not compare to this!

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    1. Yes, it is pork... hope you get something equally as good...

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  5. More a treat for Aaron than Andy, I'm sure - he can get such stuff in Johor...but going out to eat on one's own ain't much fun...plus of course, some things are not as nice as the ones at home...like Sibu kampua and kompia. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Yes, as long as they enjoy, anywhere is good! hahaaa...

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  6. All the food look really tempting, especially the bacon wraps. That would delight any fan of oink oink.

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  7. Yummy food! I like to eat a bit of each, lol! Both Aaron and Andy are looking so happy in the photo.

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  8. Love all the food esp the noodles.

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  9. I will go for the char siew and the roast meat...

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  10. Looks yummy! But I actually wanted something light now, been eating too much 'dai yu dai yok' lately, hoho!

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  11. I like to walk around that Concubine Street area. It is very lively and happening. When I was a kid, my Tai Koo told me that place was better known as a hangout for concubines!
    I would love to eat that bacon wraps and Wat Tan Hor. You really know where all the delicious food are sold

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