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Breakfast and Snacks In Ipoh

WHAT WE ATE..... while they worked from home, I went out to buy breakfast for them, at the same time, did some marketing to prepare for dinner.  Sometimes they wake up earlier to have breakfast together and then they start working online.  Now my house is not as quiet as those few months before, it is good to have them back again even for a short while.  Keeps me busier than usual, now I have to do a marketing list... LOL.... and that is why I have skipped a number of days without blogging!

Part of the Food that have kept us growing sideways for the past few days.... 
Breakfast at Moon De Moon 
Before MCO, we used to wait 30-40 minutes for this curry noodles ....  
And this bowl of chicken prawn noodles too... 
We had to be very patient....
Now during weekdays we just have to wait 15 minutes...
Not so sure about weekends... 
Chee Cheong Fun at Ipoh Garden South... 
Fried noodles at Yee Lock in town.... 
This plate of noodles cost RM10... 
Not cheap, right?
Ice Kacang at the GP food court in Bercham.... 
Lately discovered these at Four Seasons, Bercham....
Cost RM1.70 each.... 
We had these for tea time....
All from Bercham, delivered by the friendly lady..... 

Comments

  1. so much delicious food! I like the teatime snacks of deep fried stuffs and taufufa!

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  2. So lucky the mum goes out to buy all the nice food for everybody!

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  3. Aha! Fried nian gao again. Ah, tomorrow I will go buy again to eat. So nice! Abc shaved ice also can tapao. Rm10 is ok, got so many big prawns.

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  4. Is that fried nian gao? I would love to try them. :)

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  5. Three orders of these fried noodles for me, please!!

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  6. I like the tea time treats!

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  7. Long time haven't been to Moon de Moon for their kai si hor fun. Love the yummy snacks.

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  8. Curry puff and taufufa for me plse..

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