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Trying Out At Ho Min San At Paradigm Mall, Johor

PARADIGM MALL AGAIN...

The next morning we were here again at the Paradigm Mall to try out another noodles shop called Ho Min San, recommended by Andy.  He told us that there are more choices of food here to choose from.  And that is the reason that we came to this newly opened mall to try out their new food besides window shopping...
Ho Min San... 
Impressive decoration from the outside... 
Most of the patrons were seated outside and 
I did not want to capture right into their faces.. 
LOL..
Started off with these appetizers.... 
As for the food, we ordered some side dishes to go along with our noodles.... 
This is a similar version to the "Siew Loong Pau" 
except that these are pan fried.... 
Aaron ordered Mala (hot soup) noodles...
And regretted at once... 
Too spicy for him, no doubt about that... 
Sorry, I couldn't help him to eat that...too spicy for me too... 
I, on the safer side ordered this salted vegetables with fried fish.... 
The fish was nicely fried, just the way I like it... 
Served with three pieces of fish... 
And a very small bowl of Tau Foo Far to test taste... 
Made both of us yearning for our Ipoh desserts after eating this... LOL.. 
As for the exact prices, I cannot remember but it should be around RM50 plus in total... 

Comments

  1. Nice meal. I love the appetizer but seldom have mala noodle since hardly anyone does that over here.

    A nice bowl of tau foo far to finish off the meal was great.

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  2. I like their ambiance and decor which looks different and nice.
    We know that Ipoh has the best food and desserts for sure. The list is long.

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  3. Poor Aaron, did he get to finish the spicy noodle or did he order another bowl of noodles?

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  4. I love all those blue & white bowls and plates, my weakness!!!

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  5. The mala is definitely too spicy for me too. The decor looks like Go Noodle shop.

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  6. I like those decorative bowls. The noodles look good. I also cannot tahan the mala noodles.

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  7. Thank you for sharing these wonderful looking dishes. I like the pretty bowls also.

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