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Our Late Lunch At Yes Restaurant, Taiping

ONE DAY TRIP... To Penang and on the way back to Ipoh, we stopped by in Taiping to have our late lunch.  My friend recommended us to go to Yes Restaurant, Jalan Regat, Taiping and using Waze, we managed to find the place in no time.  On the way we made a call to the restaurant to confirm whether they still served lunch cos it was around 2.30pm when we reached Taiping.  And Yes, they do open until 9pm at night.... and these were the dishes we ordered at Yes Restaurant on that day... 

Highly recommended by my friend was this claypot fish cooked with yam.... 
My opinion?
I like the fish... they were very fresh.... 
However, the gravy would be taste better if there is less black pepper...
The black pepper is a bit too strong for me.... 
Their own signature beancurd.... 
Goes well with white rice... 
Sambal Kangkung... 
Caught this unexpectedly.... 
Three dishes for the four of us.... 
And we were taken by surprise by the bill...
It came to only RM44 in total.... 
Very reasonable, we agree... 
Perhaps one day we might drop by again when we go for our foodie trail to Taiping...

Comments

  1. Very tasty! Ah, so u went with Nancy! Nice trip!

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  2. So cheap!!! You people there so lucky, the highways so good, can drive here and there anytime. Here, our Pan-Borneo Highway is so bad and it doesn't look like it is going to be completed...ever. So sad.

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  3. Looks good, I like this wicker bowl holder!

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  4. Yeah Taiping food can be really cheap but absolutely delicious. :D

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  5. The yam and fish dish was good recommendation. Ha ha..the kangkung in the phone looks better than the dish itself.

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  6. I would not like too strong pepper taste too, unless in bkt soup.

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