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Polo Pau in HK Cafe, IPOH


I went for an early lunch, office system was down.... could not get my work done so I sneaked off earlier than usual..... (curi tulang)

Went to this Mini HK cafe in Greentown Business Centre.... I think HK stands for Hongkong...
They serve set lunch at reasonable prices there... RM5.90 per set which includes two pieces of watermelon and a bowl of soup...and of course ala carte too...

my girl ordered this....
guess what this is...

a nearer version..
it is a polo bun...filled with ......

char siew (minced meat)
plus vegetables...
tasted like those char siew pau fillings..

ok, you can wallop it now, girl...
this polo pau cost around RM3.00 (i think)


  1. ahh..looks delicious. i must try this next time when i go back to ipoh. but then, each time when i go back, we'll always end up eating at the coffeeshops or Wolley's :D

  2. i think this pau will be loved by kids.. cos it is warmly baked and fresh with some taste of butter.. definitely not for me.. fat fat ma.. haha..

  3. okie..noted. This seems a new outlet. I come back around mid year or end year to try it.

  4. haha.. yr son might like it.. u can try others... it is just opposite the old town kopithiam...

  5. Oh the pau looks good. Delicious? Hmm... me mouth watering liao. :)

  6. wow , it looks soo yummy!!!

    you make me hungry hahaha ^_^

  7. come the polo pau looks so big one..worth it lor..

  8. That Pau really looks yummy!

  9. It looks HUGE in that picture!!!

  10. so big pau...

    look nice...

    sure or not rm3??

    so cheap!!!!

    ipoh ipoh... i coming now

  11. hi reanaclaire! nice post! this sure do look yummy! thanks for dropping by my site. I got new posts and I hope you'll have time to drop by.hope to read more about your thoughts..keep bloggin! jonhar!

  12. OMG!!! FOOD glorious FOOD!!! Claire, I shd vsit Ipoh laa one of these days N u hv to bring me jalan2 cari makan!


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