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Friday, April 20, 2018

Lunch At Old Town, Cendol In Bercham

FOOD TRAIL WITH MY FRIENDS...

I anticipated anxiously when my friends come calling and paying a visit to Ipoh... Where to go, what to eat is secondary, we always play by ear at the moment of time when we see each other.  Better not to plan than planning, we know our likes and dislikes by now. 

Ipoh no doubt has a lot to offer when it comes to food, however, taste buds always change every now and then.  Food aside, we enjoy each other's company, catching up with one another and talking anything under the sun is more fun...

Even queuing under the sun for a bowl of Cendol receives no complaints from us....
Alright, we were not exactly under the sun but under the shade.... 
Someone was lining up for us instead... LOL... 
Worth waiting 20 minutes or so.... 
And our quenching time starts.... 
Had our lunch at Koh Kee in Old Town, Ipoh.... 
Steamed fish belly... .
Old style of steaming.... with lots of ginger and garlic...
Sambal Watercress...
Steamed three types of eggs...
Dishes for the four of us.... 
Bill came to around RM50 plus... not sure exactly how much... 
Walked around a bit in old town which is now a famous ground for tourists...
Yes, we were more or less tourists on this day!

8 comments:

  1. I like all the dishes you had, wow lovely old town scenery, good for photo taking

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  2. Wow. Queuinging for cendol. Must be good. But anything cold and sweet was good on such warm day.

    Steamed fish belly. I love that. The best.

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  3. I just had chendol that day and it was wonderful

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  4. I thought you went to Old Town, that franchise place, not nice, poor quality control. Food looks good, cheap too! No photo of the cendol?

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  5. I like the 3 types of eggs steamed dish.

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  6. I think Nancy has blog about the chendol before, if I didn't remember wrongly...

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  7. I must go and google maps where exactly is Bercham. The old walls and tree roots looked familiar to me.

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  8. I have only tasted the cendol twice, most of the time not open when I pass by.

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