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My Best Laksa Found At Man CT, Ipoh

WHO LOVES LAKSA?  Ipoh and Penang almost share the same type of Laksa, sourish and spicy unless some states, they call it curry laksa which is similar to just curry in Ipoh.  

Coming back to my post, my friends took me to a new shop called Man CT near Ampang/.  We planned one day in advance, even to the extent of calling the Laksa lady to confirm the time.  She told my friend that the best time to go is around noon... so my friends picked me up at around 11.40am and we reached there around noon to be the early birds.  True enough, the young lady has just opened the stall in the shop.  

The fish balls varieties were all covered, that was the first thing I noticed.  Only when we wanted to choose them, she removed the cover for us.  Since it was my first meal of the day, I picked quite a number of different varieties to be shared among three of us.  Everything looks so good especially when you are hungry!!

This is the shop... 
They have a few different stalls inside.... 
The Laksa and the prices....
And I can only understand the first line.. "Laksa RM5.50"

Now which one do you like to have?
and I picked a bit of this and that.... 
Each of us had a bowl of Laksa...
With generous servings of fish inside the soup....
Verdict?  The best Laksa I have ever tasted in Ipoh.... 
I would like to go there again...
This meal for 3 persons cost around RM31....
When I wanted to pay, I realized that I do not have a single sen in my handbag!
An IOU is verbally sounded.... 
LOL... 

Comments

  1. With so many liew and 3 laksa cost only rm31? That is so affordable!

    Forgot to draw money? That happens to me sometimes too.

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  2. They say there's Laksa Utara and Penang Assam Laksa, not the same, I only know Penang assam laksa, maybe I should go and try Laksa Utara one of these days.
    Ooooo...yong taufu!!! I like!!!

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  3. Love the range of ytf available. So tasty! Laksa looks like a lot.

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  4. I like all the ingredients. Long time did not taste yong to fu.

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  5. What a wonderful variety! So you could have a bit of each, even better!

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  6. Over here I could find Penang Assam Laksa being sold at Ah Cheng's Laksa or Little Penang. Just very close and good enough.

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  7. Wow so many things to makan I am hungry already. :D

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  8. I like all the ytf! looks stuffed and delicious!

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