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Eating Spree At Yuk Fook Moon, Central, Wah Nam and Keng Nam, Ipoh

THEY MISSED IPOH FOOD LOTS!

I am talking about my two Guys!  Wasting no time, they woke up very early in the three mornings they were here in Ipoh.  Gone are the days that they slept till nearly noon, I am very surprised when the one who used to wake up the latest has now changed to the one who wake up the earliest!  He said, "Don't waste time sleeping, let's get moving!"

And of course, moving means going out for Ipoh food and ordering what they could possibly tuck in.  Our regular spots are normally Wah Nam and Central right in town.  Other spots are the Stadium food court but it is now under renovation for the coming SUKMA next year.  Actually they were a bit disappointed, there are a few more places which they wanted to go but time constraint.  So much so that I was told that he would be coming back at least each month to eat-all-he-can!  LOL....

One morning at Yuk Fook Moon Dim Sum in town... 
Part of the food ordered... 

On another morning, at Wah Nam where they ordered what their eyes feasted upon... 
And that was not all... a plate of Telur Goyang is "missing" on the table.. 
The half boiled eggs on toast came much later... 
OK, he needs one to remember and drool when he goes back... LOL... 
A bit blur here.. and did not cover all the food on the table for the 4 of us..
Another morning we went to Keng Nam in town too... 
As I was not feeling well, I just ordered plain CCF... 
Good enough for me... 
My girl's portion... 
Whereas both the guys ordered the famous Curry noodles... 
And I could not resist the Glutinous rice with sweet Kaya... 
As usual... one foodie picture for remembrance... 
And after that, we went for a Biscuit/Snacks Shopping Spree... 


Comments

  1. Wahhhhh!!! So many things for just 4 people! I wonder if there's chee cheong fan here anymore. The Ipoh guy closed shop already or maybe he moved elsewhere, I wouldn't know. My girl can eat that but I would have to ask them to leave out the sauce, dunno gluten free or not. I love pulut with kaya!!! Yum yummmm!!!

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    1. Each meal is like that.. and will last us for few hours before eating again..

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  2. When working overseas, sure will miss the hometown food. Very nice photo of everyone!

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  3. What a feast. All looks so good. My favourite too, glutinous rice with kaya. Yummmsss!!!!

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  4. This sounds like such a great day!!! Young men do have a huge appetite! Such fun that you get to watch them devour everything on the table!

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  5. I like the curry noodles and CCF, but can't accept eating rice with kaya

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  6. With so little time, one would not waste time on sleeping. Like when you are travelling. Sure must enjoy and eat all you can. Haha.

    I love glutinous rice. But can't too much. Bloated. Stomach no longer than productive unless when I were younger. Haha.

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  7. Wonderful to see them enjoying the food!

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  8. I’m a fan of dim sum too & the food looks good! xoxo

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  9. Kudos Claire! I am sure you are a very proud and happy mama to see your boys grown up! I was also like them napping till noon.

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    1. And when they grow up, that means I am not getting any younger.. hahahaa

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