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All About Ban Mee In Ipoh

BREAKFAST IN IPOH...

After taking Ban Mee in Johor so often, I thought I won't be taking that anymore in Ipoh.... but now looking at the pictures, I have taken Ban Mee two times for the past three days.  Seems like it is going to be my favourite noodles for the year!  LOL... Johor or Ipoh, both have their own style of making their Ban Mee.
Dry and soupy version of Ban Mee in Ipoh... RM6 each... 
This is taken at Station 18, just opposite Tesco... 
One big  bowl of noodles can last me throughout the day... 
Ban Mee at Bandaraya Coffeeshop next to Paragon Hotel... 
Enough of these noodles for the time being... 
At least for another month... :)


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  1. This must be your favorite dish, then! The dry looks the best to me, yum!

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  2. Last time, I used to take soup version, now I prefer dry version...

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  3. for those who can cook like you, can make your own ban mee very easily. have you tried cooking your own?

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  4. I saw that at a stall this morning but no, I did not order that. Can't say I'm all that fond of it though I don;t mind the dry version sometimes for a change.

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  5. Must be good to take it almost every day. I wouldn't mind as long as it is good and affordable.

    I like pan mee soup. Not so for dry version. Must lots of ikan bilis. Haha.

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  6. I like the soup version but I will omit the Ikan Bilis and must have egg

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  7. I love ban mian too! These noodles are also very popular in SG. xoxo

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  8. I never get tired of eating Ban Mee. Yours looked delicious with enough liu ingredients. Yummy!

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