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Morning In Restoran China Chuan Kwong, Ipoh

We woke up very early this morning... by 10.30am, we were already out of the house.. this is considered very early for us considering that both of us slept at later than 1am yesterday.. :)

Upon her request, we came by here for our first meal of the day....
China Chuan Kwong Restaurant 
Easier to get parking on Saturdays and Sundays... 
I left all the ordering to my girl... 
She ordered the below and chrysanthemum tea ....
her favourite not to be left out...
Lau Sar Pau (egg custard dumpling)
she likes the "dripping down" custard...
Polo Barbeque buns
sweet on top and savoury inside....
her favourite mini egg tarts....
she ticked two sets of these... gosh!
pan fried carrot cake...very nice .. to my taste...
"kwai far" jelly for our desserts...
very nice too... with wolfberry seeds...
even the Emperor eats these as seen in the Astro movies.. hahaha...
Our meal for the day...
She has already planned out the itinerary for dinner too...
Worries me when I know she is not eating well in the college..
I always tell her to eat as much as she reads...


  1. Ooooo...all my favourites, except maybe the jelly. Not quite into those. Hehehehehehe!!!!

  2. what a mouth watering dishes just so perfcet to build my appetite yum yum

  3. stp: then u must come Ipoh to try.. :)

    mecoy: do you have this kind of food in PH? :)

  4. How classy breakfast in China, lunch in Parlor and dinner in KatLumPor haha.

  5. you manyak EVIL lah, i am reading this post at this hour and all those dimsum really makes me hungry!! especially the custard bun, with oozing custard~~ i want to eat!!!

  6. I love the custard buns..yummy!

  7. What a feast! And these are the best food pictures you have ever taken! I love that custard dumpling and have not seen anything like it, I don't think we have them here. Here, weekends are the busiest time for eating out and the parking is really bad.

  8. Jo was there too at 11.30am :) Her favorite place too and she tapau the lau sar pau for me too :)

  9. So much mouth-watering dim sum.Can finish kah? Love the mini egg tarts.

  10. OMG, the Lau Sar Pau 's custard flows out like the egg yolk of half boiled egg.

  11. Yummy dim sum!

    Actually 10.30am is consider quite late for me... haha!

  12. wow the lau sar pau's lau sar... really... lau sar! LOL

  13. henry: yes.. lau out one.. hahaha..

    hayley: weekend we are very lazy.. my girl and i..

    elin: come i didnt see them eh..

  14. mmmmmm. these are making me really, really, really hungry! i love dimsum. =) i don't think i've come across the jelly dessert here in the philippines. but the rest (or at least something similar), i have.

  15. hello Kat, thanks for coming by...

  16. *drool* I'd love to have abite of the Polo Barbecue bun and the kwai jelly.

    Great photos as usual, Claire =)

  17. The kwai far jelly is very special.

  18. I super love egg tarts! The food looks good on pictures, how I wish i could actually taste them. :)


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