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Claypot Prawns Noodles At Koptiam 100, Ipoh

MORNING AND EVENING...  I normally take two meals per day, I mean two main meals and in between, I do snack a bit of this and that.  

Before the CMCO, my neighbour took us to a coffeeshop in Ipoh Garden East, called 100... he recommended us to take this claypot noodles with 4 big prawns, he told us that it is the best ever!  LOL... And that was exactly what I ordered when we reached there... 

In a claypot they served with glass noodles... 
Priced at RM12... 
I think that is pretty reasonable... 
Taste:  Would be tastier if they add in more chinese wine! 
I did not finish these by myself... 
Sharing is always a better option...
Both of these cost RM18 in total..
I would love to go back to this shop again for other food...
Just have to wait for the CMCO to be over...
When we were coming out, we saw the shop owner..
Even her car bears the number 100...
I wonder how much she paid for this car number... 
Must be pretty high! 

Comments

  1. Big prawns. I love that. Reasonable price considering the prawns are big.

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  2. Wow only RM12 for the 3 huge prawns? That's a steal.

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  3. you & I both have the same eating schedule...two meals and maybe a small snack.

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  4. That looks good!!! RM12 is so cheap. Those prawns that size, roughly RM2.00 each and 4 of them = RM8 plus RM4 for the noodles, the cooking and everything else.

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  5. 12 for 4 big prawns is very good price.

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  6. Rm12 for the prawns?! So cheap and affordable!

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