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On The Roads To Pan Heong, Batu Caves

TIME ROCKETS IN IPOH....

Few days passed very fast and before we knew it, we have to hit the roads again... back to Johor to our little nest.  Time to move on and we started our journey around 10am, filled up the car to the brim with luggage and mostly occupied with food stuff including Ipoh pomeloes! 

It was a long journey back to Johor and on the way, we stopped at Pan Heong, Batu Caves for our lunch.  As expected, the crowd was there as usual for we reached at the most peak hour at noon.  But their number system is fair, first come first serve... within 10 minutes we have our table and seats ready for us.  We had a simple lunch, just four dishes and we thought they were not enough.  We ordered a plate of noodles at the last minute but it ended up being "packeted" for we were really full by then.  No waste, the packet of noodles was for our dinner when we reached Johor around evening by then. 
On the highway... no heavy traffic, fine weather too.. 
Both of them took turns to drive the six hours journey.... 
while we ladies sat comfortably at the back and dozed off most of the time... 
Waiting for our turn.... 
And waiting for our food which came in less than 15 minutes... 
Flat noodles beneath the pool of eggs and other ingredients... 
Their "springy" Fish Cake... 
Croaky porridge with century eggs... 
Fried Fermented Pork Belly....
And the price came to.... 
*ooopsss.. I forget*
But I remember I am not the payer... that is why conveniently not in my mind.. 
LOL.. 

Comments

  1. Have taken my lunch, but the fish cake makes my mouth itchy and hungry, haha....

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  2. Hmmmm...our wat tan hor yin yong kway teow looks nicer:
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2017/10/29/two-places/
    Guy from KL, came here in the 90's and worked as an executive chef in one of the leading hotels and never looked back, married a local and happily settled here with his family. When he came, he could only speak Cantonese, now he is proficient in all dialects!

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  3. The noodles and eggs look so good! And so does the fish cake. And how great it is that you do not have to drive!!

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  4. I like to fried fermented pork belly!

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  5. Think the last time I visited Batu Caves was in my childhood. Wonder what it's like now...... xoxo

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  6. So nice. On the road again!

    Yummy food, relax time, goyang kaki. No worries. Let the youngster worry about everything. ;p

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  7. How nice to be pampered by your kids!

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  8. So nice to be together as a family.

    Same as Nancy, I like the fried fermented pork belly the most!

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  9. yes just sit back and relax! :)

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