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Sri Mahkota Buntong Noodles In Ipoh

BACK IN IPOH...
And for the first few days, I was very lazy to do homecooking.  After the long absence, the house needs to be clean and now at my pace, it took me many moons to get it done.  And till today, I have to admit that there is still much room for tidiness!  Ohhhhhh..  I am so tired... or should I say LAZY!  My weary bones needs massaging and pampering..... Blissful if I have a maid in hand.... but alas, no such Cinderella in the house.... LOL...

By evening, my arms are heavy... that is why I blog less nowadays... On some evenings, when I have the mood, I will cook a simple dish... but on most evenings, I am lazy.... if anyone were to invite me for dinner, I quickly say YES!  And on this particular evening, I was out with my sibling and family for a good Fish Ball Noodle dinner!  We went for Buntong Noodles at Sri Mahkota in town...

I ordered this.... 
Koay teow and yellow noodles also looks tempting!
A great combination of these....
And these.... 
And Braised Brinjals... 

Alright, this meal is not for two of us but four.... 
The total cost came to around RM38... 
Hello IPOH!


Comments

  1. Ahhhh!!! Yong tofu in clear soup, I like!!! Hmmm...better cut down on all the deep fried stuff.

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  2. Braised brinjals I like! Home is the best!

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  3. I like the soup Yong Tau Foo and the braised brinjals and not really the deep fried stuff. Ipoh's food is cheap and delicious.

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  4. A beautiful family dinner! And I do like the roosters on the plates. At one time I was so exhausted all the time that I stayed in bed. A simple blood test showed my thyroid was way too low. Now one pill a day fixes it! Maybe something for you to look into.

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  5. Very different from what you usually had. Lol.

    Once a while, had something diffrent is good.

    Long time I did not have yomg tau fu. Pretty expensive as count per piece so I seldom eat it.

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  6. Mummy dearest, you should be relaxing and cooking leisurely only but not doing house work. Hope your kids will hire the hourly maid to clean up your whole house once a week for just RM50 for 3 hours. Hello your 2 boys!!!???

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