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Food Roundup in Teluk Intan

ROUNDING UP....

From Leaning Tower, we drove a bit further down the road to Wang Kee Bak Kut Teh for our proper lunch.  We were half full by then but we still have space for these three dishes.  When we requested for no rice, we could see the server's surprised look on her face.  LOL... All we wanted is to taste the food here since it was recommended by a friend of ours....
We ordered a small claypot of Bak Kut Teh.... 
Followed by the Braised Fish... 
By now I have learn how to eat without going with rice... 
Years before 2018, I really could not eat just the dishes like that.... 
A plate of greens to go with this set.... 
Total cost around RM50 plus.... 
After our lunch we walked around a bit to look for their local biscuits...
It was almost 3pm when we made our last call at this place.... 
We came here before last few years.... 
I ordered Rojak Asing... 
I thought the sauce would be separately served... I was wrong!
Rojak Asing means Take Away... 
We ordered a small portion to try... 
Different from the Ipoh version... 
This type of Rojak sauce is not as sweet as those in Ipoh... 
Desserts after lunch... 
Last and not least, these is the main attraction.... 
The Chee Cheong Fun Teluk Intan style!!
We ended up buying 10 packets home!

Comments

  1. I can go without rice for the dishes ...

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  2. So cheap!!! That Ah Chai rojak is famous, seen it somewhere before. Why you did not take away leh? Got discount 50 sen since you ate there?

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  3. Those ccf are tasty so ten packets are not enough! lolx!

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  4. Wow. Bought so much ccf? Must be good.

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  5. The food looks good! So now I must ask why you have stopped eating rice. You are so small and petite, you sure don't need to lose weight! I wish I had a shape like yours! But you have good willpower!

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  6. Next trip must go try the Jawa mee.

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