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Lunch At Souper Tang At AEON Kinta City, Ipoh

RESTED ONE NIGHT IN SG BULOH... and the journey back to Ipoh continued the very next morning feeling refreshed and re-energized.  Reached Ipoh around noon... good time to go for lunch!

I was being blessed with a scrumptious lunch by my niece at Tang Sifu at AEON Kinta City.  This is the second time I went there, the dishes are impressive and presentable, something like fine dining and so it is not surprising that the prices are a bit steep... but my sister likes coming to this place for food.  They suit her taste buds, I guess... :)
The place has warm light and thus all the food looks yellowish.. LOL... 
Treasure pot costing RM49
Black fungus with celery...
Sweet sour soup is appetizing.... 
Cold Chicken... 
Rice with minced meat as toppings... 
Part of our lunch set.... 
Two buckets of Tau Foo Far ... 
Complimentary for us.... 
Very smooth and nice with gula melaka and ginger syrup... .
And it looks like we booked the whole place for the afternoon... 

Comments

  1. I like their name Souper Tang! The dishes are just right portions and well presented.

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  2. The buckets of tofu fa look HUGE!!! I like!!!

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  3. Look like a nice place for healthy dishes. The tofu fa bucket is outrageous but cute and creative to be served that way! Lol.

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  4. There used to be one near my office but sudah tutup before I got chance to try.

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  5. the food in souper tang jb is better than the ones in kl i read some people say.

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  6. The food looks very good. I love the little buckets, so cute! Makes one want to devour anything that is in them!

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  7. I like to eat at Souper Tang, had tried it at KSL and City Square JB

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  8. Yes, the prices at this place is not cheap. But their food and soup are tasty. I've only been here once, with my mum.

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