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Breakfast In Bercham And Ampang, Ipoh

NEW PLACES... my neighbour took us to two new places, he is really a food explorer, he goes here and there to try out new places.  During this Covid19 season, he helped to buy breakfast and now with the lockdown lifted, he took us to see these places for ourselves.  After that, I told my friends and they picked me to these places to take breakfast.  Sounds kind of confusing?  LOL...

Anyway, it is nice to try new food at new places, not the regular ones which we used to go....
Bought at a corner coffeeshop in Ampang, Ipoh...
4 for one ringgit... 
I thought there was no more such pricing for fried stuff... 
I ordered this bowl of noodles at Swi Sang coffeeshop... RM6.50
Curry noodles with roasted pork... all covered by the greens... RM5.50
The Pan Mee is nice too... RM5.50
Taken at Great Wall, Bercham...
Confinement noodles it is called... RM6 or RM6.50... cannot remember already...
Beneath the egg are some fried pork balls.... 
I don't really like the soup though... 
I thought they would be using the glutinous fermented wine...
but it was the chinese rice wine.... 
This is for sharing... 
Plus this as well..... I like their kaya.. with a strong santan taste.... 
Now my kids are back again, we will seek more information from 
my neighbour, the food explorer!!


Comments

  1. Good to have such neighbour, who is foodie and can recommend good eating place.

    Confinement noodle?? Then the wine must be pretty 'hot' like use in confinement.

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    1. I thought it's the ginger, the more you add the hotter...like in kacang ma. Oooooo...I love kacang ma This one, no, thank you. Had a bowl at a famous stall in KL, could not finish half.

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  2. I like the confinement noodles the best. hahha.




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  3. Confinement noodles - usually with mee sua, right? I had that in KL, with Chinese rice wine too...not nice. I did not enjoy it.

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  4. The Confinement Noodles look great. I have never seen a dish like this one.

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  5. The Curry noodles with roasted pork looks delicious. :D

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  6. Thanks to your foodie adventurous neighbour we get to try new food at new places.

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  7. Curry noodles with roasted pork would be my choice. I have not seen confinement noodles like this selling outsidebefore.

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