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Chicken Koay Teow At Moon De Moon, Taman Mirindi, Ipoh

MOON DE MOON...
Yesterday morning we drove past the shop but it was so crowded that we had second thoughts of eating there.  We went for the Canning Garden Old Man Chee Cheong Fun instead.  No queue no waiting....

However our cravings for the Chicken Koay Teow was very strong, so this morning we went to Taman Mirindi again for our breakfast.  Despite the crowd, told ourselves, "Let's be patient... we will wait for our turn... "  After our order, we waited a full 35 minutes... Patience, patience... and while waiting, we shared a plate of fried noodles which came just only 5 minutes or so....
The famous stall which offers Chicken Koay Teow and Curry Chicken noodles.... 
A small plate to be shared by the three of us... LOL... 
And at last... the famous koay teow arrived... RM5
The soup just enough to cover the noodles... 
My friend wanted to try their curry chicken noodles... RM5
Some fish ball varieties to go with the noodles... RM1 each 
And that was for my breakfast... 
It lasted me till now.. 6.14pm... 
I am super hungry now! 
LOL... 


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    1. Worth the wait if the cravings is there.. otherwise go somewhere else.. hahaa

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  2. At least you got to eat what you went there for in the end. I waited for one hour at a place here and in the end, I left...without eating. So pissed off and there were not many customers that morning even. Will never ever go there again.
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2017/07/10/i-have-waited-so-long/

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  3. Wow! 35 minutes wait?

    But the fried kway teow does looked yummy. And the curry noodle. I love curry noodle. I had one few days ago. Not that nice but enough to satisfy my craving. Lol.

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    1. That's quite normal, Rose. This shop can get really crowded, n almost everyone is there for d shredded chicken noodles.

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  4. It has been quite some time since my last visit. Love d Kai see how fun, but of late, we have been going to Mama Noodles a few doors away.

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  5. The food all looks wonderful! And it looks like a lot of people know this, too. Well worth the wait.

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  6. I hope it was worth the wait :)

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  7. Many restaurants and coffee shops are always full house in Ipoh. That shows how good and popular they are! Kudos Ipoh.

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