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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Pusing Noodles At Station 18, Ipoh

I THOUGHT I WOULD BE "AVOIDING" BAN MEE FOR A MONTH OR SO...

But this morning my friend recommended and took me to eat "Pusing Noodles".... Pusing noodles?  Oh, I have not heard nor taken them before, the name sounds new to me.  The shop is near Station 18 and the shops are called "shortie" because they are build in such a way, low and single storey.  So what is Pusing noodles, I was wondering..... and when they were served, I have to laugh out loud...
AAAhhhhh...Ban Mee again!!
I just took them yesterday... 
The texture is almost the same as Ban Mee... 
Softer a bit and a dash of sesame seeds as toppings... 
And instead of the normal Ikan Bilis, this Pusing noodles came with varieties...
I chose some vegetables with some other fish balls.... 
Then I told my friend.... "hey, no more Ban Mee for me, OK?"
I have been eating that for the past three days!

17 comments:

  1. Why pusing? Are the noodles in twirls or what?

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    1. Oh, Pusing is the name of a small town here in Perak..

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  2. I had ban mee 2 days ago! Too often we tend to get bored. The noodle looks good!

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  3. Why do they call it pusing? Because the noodles are twisted? LOL!

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    1. Sorry.. I guess many of us here do not know Pusing is a small town in Perak.. the noodles are named after it.. hahaha

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  4. Doesn't quite look like Ban Mee. Looks smoother.

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  5. Pusing? What a strange name for noodles.

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  6. A good surprise! So did it taste exactly like Ban Mee?

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    1. This is dry version.. so it tasted a bit like it.

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  7. When I was small, my aunties took my family to eat seafood at Pusing. Are they famous for that?

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