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Curry Prawn Noodles In Pusing

INTERSTATE ALLOWED.... and that does not mean it is safe to go all out.  I think the government allowed interstate traveling, mainly because it helps to boost up the economy.  Many business are affected because of the restriction, especially those in the tourism line.  Food business are badly affected in Ipoh, everywhere seems to be quiet, no more queues as in those days.  Though that is pretty fine for us locals, I guess it is not that fine with those depend mainly on tourists.

The needle cannot be sharp on both ends, as the saying goes.  I am expecting busier roads from now on, especially during weekends.  People will travel interstate for a change of scenery and of food, as for me, I will sit down quietly at home during this weekend.  It is still not safe to go about especially crowded areas, just go out when it is really necessary.  This will be our normal life from now on..... 

One time when Perak was green zone, we went all out to eat.... even to Pusing which was half an hour away from our place.  My friend recommended this curry prawn noodles stall, located on the Main Road in Pusing.  Not sure I have put this up or not.... it has been a couple of months ago even if I did... LOL.... 
Something we could not get in Ipoh...
Curry Prawn Noodles... RM8
Not very spicy so it is fine with me.... 
The prawns are fresh too...
Homemade beancurd with fish paste fillings.... 
My kind of food.... 
Number taken from the stall.... 
Don't know when I can go for this again.... 
Have to wait till Perak is green zone once more.... 


  1. curry prawns noodles? never seen this in KL before....The prawns look huge!

  2. Wow the prawns are bigger than the portion of noodles. :D

  3. Yes, best to #staysafe #staywell #stayhome
    I don't think we have this here - maybe I can cook my own. Better, safer!

  4. Your curry prawn noodle looked delicious!!!

    Yes, can travel and cross district now. Planning to go back to hubby's hometown next week.

  5. I would love this curry prawns noodles, yums! With the homemade beancurd with fish paste, it makes a satisfying meal.

  6. The curry is nice, though on the mild side.


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