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Fai Kee Delivery During MCO

NOODLES DAY...

Each night before I go to sleep, I would go through the Ipoh food delivery on Facebook to see what's new there.  This is called "pre-meals" for the next day.  On that particular night, I spotted Fai Kee doing delivery!  Fai Kee is famous for their meehoon with either fish head/fish meat with salted vegetables sourish soup.  Salivating just by the thought of the soup.... quickly I messaged them and the next day one "runner" delivered the goodies to my doorstep.
The meehoon portion was so huge that I just have to "half" it for breakfast
and left the second half for lunch...
I ordered some sides too...
Pork patties, beancurd skin and fish fillets... 
For dinner, I prepared my own wanton noodles... 
Add in sesame oil/garlic/onions/soy sauce/egg...
and my dinner was truly fulfilling!!

Comments

  1. That was a very satisfying meal! Me too, everyday surf Grabfood, she got what to eat. LOL!

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  2. So far we've never ordered food delivery. No contact with the outside world, staying very safe. LOL!

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  3. You are so cute to have a nightly ritual like reading food Bible before sleep. At least it would give you a peaceful sleep and look forward to a good meal the next morning. I like that.

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  4. Now I am craving for the meehoon soup. ^^

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  5. Wah, so nice to have Ipoh Food Delivery fb which lists out all the food you can order online. We were looking for fish fillet noodles today too but could not find delivery in our area. So sad. Both your lunch and dinner are delicious!

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  6. Our regular fish noodle is not selling because they couldn't get fresh fish supply. Salivating over the mention of sourish soup.

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  7. wah….sedap!!! I miss fish noodles!

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  8. I also usually pre-book my food delivery meal the night before.

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