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Rawang Knows Better Than Ipoh..

When my Rawang fren came back the other day, she wanted me to take her to the best Hakka mee in IPOH... paiseh me, actually I don't know where to take the best one... to me, each shop has their own secret recipe... but according to her, she told me the shop is near the Police Station in New Town... (she knows better than I do, lol...) we went....

the shop is at Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah
(Hugh Low Street)

Hakka Mee, best in IPOH?

the liews...
2 bowls of hakka mee
plus the liews cost rm7.00

a cup of black coffee kau kau....


  1. I don't drink coffee (Dun like the taste) but..your coffee looks yummy ^_^..dun knw

  2., i have to take a break from blogging and eat a snack...hehehe.

    By the way, please change the URL of AMIABLE AMY into please.Thanks.

  3. Too bad i m not familiar with Rawang area....

  4. Ooo...the coffee looks nice, and I love the old school cup and saucer... Like those in my younger days!

  5. oh is this the corner coffeeshop near the chuan fong curry noodle?

  6. agree with Cath J.... I'm dying for that cup of coffee too. Somehow, local brew served in that nostalgic porcelain seems to taste better. It's all in the mind, all in the mind! lol


  7. yes, stp, the cup saucer looks authentic..
    chumsy mum, i am so sorry, i cannot remember the name of the shop..but it is along the Yee Fah shoe shop at the traffic light there.. main road of Hugh Low street..
    anton, frankly, i dont drink coffee too, that cup belongs to my fren..hahaha...she loves coffee, i drink only leong sui, (cooling drink)

  8. lol. Ok I never eaten Hakka Noodles before.. but looks like I should take a try when I go to Ipoh next time. Looks appetizing :).

  9. yes, lady, try has a different texture from the rest of the noodles..

  10. The whole meal including the coffee cost RM3.50???

  11. oh..sorry...i was wrong.. thanks for pointing out .. actually the food came to 7rm.. 2 bowls of hakka mee plus the fish balls above.. each of us paid 3.50..

  12. i got go there eat b4~~

  13. one cup of kopi = giving me a whole day of headache.

    a no no to kopi.

    teh o satu!

  14. next time i go ipoh, u be my tour guide ok????

  15. ok...give me a call.. let me know earlier..tell me what u love to eat ...

  16. Can you not tempt me or not? Or else I betul betul ask my mum to balik with me! I need food!!!

  17. wah...i wanna try hakka mee in ipoh...i love hakka noodles...never bored of it

  18. haha..come, cynthia..i take u there.. via, i m sure u know the way... yr nose will lead u.. hehee...

  19. At least your "Rawang knows better than Ipoh" is better than my "Somewhere from Peninsular knows better than a Tawau resident". :D

    My friend from Kulim visited Tawau on business but had time to go for culinary hunt. He asked me if I know where someplace (now I even forget the place's name) was that served best somefood (okay, I forget this too). :D

    I was so embarrass that I refuse to remember the place and the food he had asked. :D Anyway, the food/drink in your post looks really good. I take that you didn't agree with your friend, no? :)

  20. well Chua, if u like hakka mee, then this is the place u can enjoy savouring.. there are a few more places selling hakka mee too.. so u got to try all and judge for yourself.. hahaa... for me, i dont know how to differentiate which is best or not, all have their secret recipe.. some make it dry, some wet, some harder, some softer texture.. depends on individual..

    hey, when i pergi Tawau, i want to try your local food too... my demands not very high dont worry... :)

  21. The mee brings back memory of our Sarawakian mee.... Mee Pok!!! (Flat Mee) hehehe. If I stay in this part of Malaysia for too long, I may not recall how it taste like.... The best mee for me still from Sarawak. Other food which I missed are Laksa, Beef Noodles, Sea Cucumber soup, rojak, bak Kut Teh etc etc all Sarawak style....yummy and double yummy.


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