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Breakfast At Tong Chew, Pantai Remis, Perak

SOME MONTHS BACK..... these photos were taken during the RMCO in Perak.  It was like being "released on parole" and my friends organized a trip to Pantai Remis, a fishing village at the coastal area in Perak.  The journey took one and a half hours drive and using our waze, we managed to find the place where we wanted to take our breakfast.

We parked our car here, walking distance from the shop.... 
Walked along the quite narrow bridge... 
before reaching this shop called Tong Chew Restaurant... 
Lots of varieties for us to choose from.... 
We just settled for these three...
Cos we need to keep space for other food!
We only ordered two bowls of their special noodles...
Not impressive looking, right?
But tasty.... 
Instead of the normal prawns in Hokkien noodles,
over here, fish was included in... 
This is the Pantai Remis curry noodles... 
After our breakfast, we continued on our journey,
picking up some dried noodles manufactured from a house...
before continuing on our way to Segari Turtle Sanctuary nearby... 

Comments

  1. The noodles look very tasty. I have never seen pink food!

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  2. Wow! I have not visited this village for 20 years.

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  3. Wow! I have not visited this village for 20 years.

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  4. Yes, some dishes may not look that attractive but taste so good. Others with better presentation may fall flat. Never judge by appearance.

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  5. I like places and villages like this, so laid back and so peaceful. Good for a relaxing trip. Stay safe Malaysia so that we can visit you again.

    Is that Or Hiang?

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  6. Love the pink savoury kueh. The Mee Hoon looks soft and very tasty!

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  7. Interesting and yummy looking curry noodle.

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  8. yummy curry noodles and kuihs! the weather looks so hot & sunny!

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