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Steamed Dishes In Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

THERE IS ONE SHOP WHICH SELLS STEAMED FOOD WITH REASONABLE PRICES... I have eaten at this shop near Jalan Tokong a few times and recently, my friend told me that it has shifted to a new corner shop lot in Pasir Pinji but it does not have a name as yet.  Maybe the signboard is not ready, I do not know...

One evening three of us took our dinner at this newly opened shop, yes, it is still nameless but it is just along the Happy City restaurant in Pasir Pinji... very easy to locate.  When I reached the shop, I was very impressed, at least it is not as old and shoddy as in the former place.  With a cleaner environment, the food naturally will taste nicer, right?  LOL...   Heard that the shop opens early as 5pm and finishes most of the dishes by 6.30pm... so we better be early or else, we would not get the nice food such as below....
Two pieces of fish.... 
Nicely steamed.... 

Braised Yam... 
Steamed Ribs... 
Steamed soup... 
Yes, everything is steamed here... that is their signature.... 
Cannot remember what we were pointing at.... 
Oh, maybe some leftovers for my furry member!
Total bill is around RM40.
Not bad, right?



Comments

  1. Steaming is good, very healthy!

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  2. 1 and a half hours to finish selling all the dishes! Business must be good!

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  3. Not bad. Healthier. Love what you guys have. Haha.

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  4. Love all the dishes here, especially the steam fish and soup.

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  5. Two beautiful and smiling ladies! It's fun to eat outside, too.

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  6. Was the "wu tau ku yoke" nice? That's one of my favourite dishes.

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  7. Hi. Rm40 is cheap for four dishes including drinks right? The steamed fish really looks nyummy.

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  8. I like this type of food! Simple and homey but very tasty.

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