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Dinner At Fei Bo Snow Beer At Medan Ipoh

SNOWBEER BUT NO BEER WAS ORDERED....

It was last Thursday night when we invited our in-laws to a dinner before we left for Johor the very next day.  My nephew suggested going to Fei Bo Snowbeer at Medan Ipoh 3, he told us the food served there was not bad... I have never been there so I readily agreed.  Yes, famous for snowbeer but we did not try that, I for one, do not like the taste of beer.  The youngsters might like beer but somehow, we settled for chinese tea instead... LOL..

I let my nephew do the ordering of the food since Andy and I had not been there before.  He ordered a few varieties of noodles and they were really tasty!  All the dishes came served were in small portions and the next time if I go, I know what to order in "L" size!  LOL...
We were seated on the street, more airy and cooling.... 
And these below are the dishes ordered by my nephew.... 
Buttered Mantis... 
Can order a Large size the next time.. .LOL...
4 types of vege with sambal belacan...
Crispy Fried Fish... not sure what these are called in English..
In Cantonese it is called Sar Chui... 
Steamed Clams...
Fried rice which was fragrant and tasty....
Meehoon was also not bad....
Double portion of Wantan Hor....
And their signature Sang Mee...
With lots of Lard!
Eventually ordered a double portion for this too...
And the total bill came to around RM107...
Not too bad for six of us... 
Will surely go back for other dishes the next time!

Comments

  1. Gosh. Everything looked so delicious. Now I am hungry. I could have that buttered Mantua, steamed clams and sang mee.

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  2. Everything looks good. Yes, definitely a good idea to go back and order L size hah..hah...

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  3. Which nephew? The fat little boy before? Must be very big now. No photo?

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    1. In laws side... so no pictures.. camera shy!

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  4. lots of variety at an affordable price so is a good dinner.

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    1. Only a bit small...next time must order the L size!

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  5. i'm hungry liao....feel like wanna wallop all dishes here!

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  6. the portion of few dishes are small..no wonder you wan to order L size next time :D

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    1. Yes.. maybe the shop is tempting us to go back.

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  7. My son took us there once! Yes, the food not bad and can go back again!

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  8. I like the wantan hor and sang mee

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  9. I don't like beer either. But I have never heard of Snowbeer! I will have to Google it to find out. So lovely to eat outside.

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  10. Food looks good. We usually eat at the restaurant a few doors away.

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  11. Everything you ate looked delicious and yummy with cooling air outside!
    The buttered mantis was nicely done!

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