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Good Friday Meal From Pinju Cafe, Ipoh

GOOD FRIDAY...  and I decided to give myself a rest from cooking....

In the morning, I received a BBQ dumpling from my kind neighbour.  I took a slice of bread during lunch cos there would be "good food" coming at 3pm!  The night before, I ordered my tea time snacks and dinner from Pinju Cafe located at Ipoh Garden South.  The lady boss and I connected through our whatapps and from the chats, she sounded like a nice lady.  She arrived at my door step punctually around 3pm to deliver her goodies.  Free delivery for orders over RM30 and I ordered these goodies below......
For tea time!
Three of these pulut inti... as illustrated in her FB page....
Instead of peanut fillings, these are filled with red beans.... 
Four types of other varieties..... 
I gave 6 to my neighbour to enjoy and I hope they did!
Oh yeah, another bowl of Bubur Cha-Cha.... RM4.50
I think this cost RM4.50...
I like the way this was made... reminds me of my mother's cooking! 
Lu Rou Fan for my nephew who is a meat person.... RM5.50
And a 3 cup chicken, eggs and greens for me.... also priced at RM5.50
So total of yesterday's meal cost RM35....
Regardless of the price, I am very satisfied...
My cravings are accomplished!
LOL... 



Comments

  1. Very nice food especially the kuehs! It is good to take a break and give yourself some pampering.

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  2. I was craving for Nyonya Kueh recently and only found Ang Koo. How I wish they do delivery to my place too.

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  3. Kueh. All I like. Or probably I am starting to miss eating kueh.

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  4. Only RM35 for all the food you listed! Very very affordable! Now I feel like eating nyonya kuihs after looking at your photos.

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  5. According to the photos, it really looks like Asian food. Moreover, as I understood, it doesn't cost so much. Maybe, I will also cook rice with chicken this evening.

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  6. Your new goodies look almost too pretty to eat!!

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  7. Oooooo!!! The kuihs! I like! We observed fasting and abstinence on Good Friday but we had a good pasta dinner.

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  8. I like the pulut ini kuih. Your area very convenient to order and have food delivered to your house.

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