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Let's Relax At Take A Break VIP Lounge, Ipoh

WE NEED A BREAK...  so we went to Take A Break at Ipoh Garden South.  This shop has been operating for quite a number of years now.  It opens around 12 noon till 5 in the evening.  Operated by two ladies during the day, they cook, they serve, they collect.... LOL... And on Friday evenings, they open for dinner and the guests will be entertained by Andrew who sings in English and Karmen who normally sings in Chinese and Japanese as well.  Those who love to listen to the songs of the yesteryears, it is best to swing by on Fridays at 8pm. 

Coming back to my post, Nancy and I went for lunch and we ordered these...
ONA Laksa... very special, only one in Ipoh which serves like this... 
It is not milky though it is is white in colour...
One will never forget the taste after one try... 
I had the yellow curry... strong in lemongrass and tumeric, I like it very much...
Not so spicy, just my type....
For the two of us... 
And a piece of freshly baked Jackfruit cake... 
We wouldn't mind taking a break every now and then at Take A Break!

V

Comments

  1. Very unique laksa. Next, I want to try the yellow curry noodle.

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  2. I love songs of the yesteryears. The laksa is unique and i have not tried it before, not easy to find in sg.

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  3. Two bowls of noodles look like a lot for 2 small eaters. Baked Jakefruit cake must be tasty, I have not tried it before.

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  4. The ONA Laksa reminds me of the Terengganu or Kelantan Laksam because the gravy is white.

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  5. Indeed the ONA laksa looked unique. Wonder how it tasted like. Must be good to not to forget the taste after 1st try.

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  6. I must remember this place, Take A Break at Ipoh Garden South. My next to Ipoh, I must give the ONA Laksa a try, looks so good!

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  7. I will look for this place soon. I will eat ONA Laksa too!

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