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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Golden Fried Noodles At Old Town, Ipoh

WENT FOR GOLDEN NOODLES IN OLD TOWN... it has been a long while since I last went and when my friend suggested going there for our breakfast, I did not put up any objection at all. :)  But we must prepare to wait for at least fifteen to twenty minutes before our orders come, it is very normal so if one is too hungry, it is advisable to order some lighter food from another stall while waiting.  However both of us did not order anything else.... we only ordered an extra!
The Golden Noodles is named because of its small portion that comes with a Big price.... 
Indeed one plate is not really enough especially for the hungry ones....
My friend likes to take her fried noodles this way.... with the sambal on top... 
Three tiny prawns and few mini sized cockles.... 
Our portion... three plates for two persons.... 
I brought out RM15 thinking it was enough....
No.. my money not enough... 
The cost for 3 plates came to RM18.90...
Whoaaa....

10 comments:

  1. Not that cheap. Haha. But to feed your hungry tummy, any price would do.

    So it is kway teow and noodle I noticed. Love cockles but tried to avoid if possible.

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  2. I think the Golden is due to the egg on top, not the price hahaha!

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  3. looks like char kuey teow but with noodles added. The price is like KL price for a plate of CKT. Great that they serve the chili sambal for some extra kick.

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  4. Is that eggs atop the noodles? Ohhh, it looks so delicious!! Maybe worth the price!

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  5. I have been to eat this and I agree that the portion is very small, so small that it is not enough for even a small eater like me. Mmmmmmhhhh, looks so delicious, I don't mind paying the price for it.

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  6. Made me have craving for CKT now

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  7. That looks like the kway teow here - they fry-wrap in egg like that too...but the old man had died, the son does not do it very well, not muy favourite.

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  8. Oh, it has been ages since I ate these "golden noodles"! Since they changed hands, I seldom come here. They are still delicious, but just not as good as the original owner's.

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