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Dinner At Kopitiam Mun Soon, Ipoh

ANOTHER LAZY EVENING... I did not cook and instead I went out with my friends for dinner at Mun Soon Kopitiam in Taman Boon Bak.  It has been a long while since my last visit to this place for dinner.  Their SOP was quite strict, I noticed.  

The open air corner shop has a long chain barring anyone from entering, there is a staff waiting behind the chain and only when she has tested our temperature, she unlatched the chain for us to go in.  Of course, we have to scan the bar code before we enter... Good to be strict too unlike some other shops, there is no one to check nor test our temperature.  

As usual, a big table for the six of us and we ordered five dishes for our dinner.

Their signature dish is a must.... 
Yau Mak in fermented soy sauce....
Steamed eggs combination of salted and century egg... 
Leeks with roasted pork...
And BBQ Pork Ribs.... 
With drinks and rice, the bill came to RM90... 
Not a bad choice for dinner.... 
Will come again to try out different dishes next time!

Comments

  1. I want to makan the BBQ Pork Ribs :D

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  2. It's good to know they are being careful.

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  3. This is a good place with tasty food and reasonable price.

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  4. All the dishes I like. I feel so hungry because I haven't had my lunch!

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  5. hearty meal with tasty dishes....gosh i m so hungry now!

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  6. Yes, I like it at places where they are very strict with the SOP - it is all for our own good. Many do not bother and I get really pissed off - I think we can report these people so action can be taken against them!

    I like the look of the pork ribs. That fish looks like tilapia, not my favourite.

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  7. So many pork dishes and got fish too and yet the price is only rm90. What a steal!

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  8. I want the signature dish. As matter of fact, everything looked good. So nice to dine out.

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