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Chicken Noodles In Ipoh Garden East

IPOH is famous for the steamed chicken koay teow noodles but not all the stalls. This shop in IPOH Garden East is not as nice compared to the Lou Wong in town... we went to this shop nearby cos it was raining and we didn't want to go so far to have our dinner....


the koay teow soup noodles


my friend took hers in black soup


IPOH taugeh (bean sprouts)


steamed chicken


this is called "hoi jit" (sea fungus, I think)


different types of fish balls...


this is the shop... not many people
perhaps it was raining then
or is it expensive?
the above cost RM38.00 plus drinks....(3 of us)

Comments

  1. arhhh..... you are making folks staying outside Ipoh tempted again!! I really miss the nga choy kai! Got it elsewhere but it's none comparable to the standard of my beloved hometown, Ipoh. The only place which is 'near' to the standard is old town cafe and it cost a whopping RM6.90...crazy!! You cna get two and a half bowls in Ipoh!

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  2. haha... this shop is mar mar only.. not too bad la actually.. the chicken is a bit fat..i prefer those kampong chicken...

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  3. Claire, i want breakfast, so hungry, woke up at 3.30 checking my streamyx connection...

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  4. adoi.. u make me hungry..huhu.. nyum2..

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  5. hmmm...that looks delicious-oh!

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  6. u live in ipoh????

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  7. nyem..nyeh..hungry,,,,

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  8. That soup looks delicious! Yeah sure lets exchange links.. Please let me know when you are done and I am willing to do so... Thanks

    Have a great day! Hope you will come by often to my blog.

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  9. i love the meat balls. its what i like best here in CHina. We don't have this much variety in Manila :)

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  10. i like hoi jit, it is one of my favorite ... thanks for the showing these variety of foods Claire....im hungry...lol

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  11. Look delicious but quite expensive. Steamed chicken caught my attention

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  12. Auntie... "hoi jit", if I'm not wrong, is jellyfish. Haha!

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