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I Found SABAY Today!

TGIF! Thank Goodness It Is Friday!  It is time to feed ourselves without having to rush in one hour.  My colleagues and I always look forward to Friday where we can have two full hours of satisfying our stomach and the rest of the time will be doing some odd jobs here and there... hahaha... Odd jobs like going to bank to withdraw money... pay bills.... do some minor shopping... :)

That was what we did this Friday afternoon... firstly, we set out a twenty minutes drive to Bercham.. By the time we reached there, my stomach was already growling as I had only 2 pieces of "kueh" this morning.  So hungry that I yearned for RICE and THAI....
 
SABAY THAI FOOD!
(formerly the cook was renting in Sumto but now he has his own shop)
I was so happy that I found "him" again...
These are the dishes that I have missed... 
Eggs fried with Thai vegetables...
(Tai Kok Choy)
Mango Kerabu....
Mixed vegetables consisting of long beans, kai lan, basil leaves and minced meat...
very nice.. I love it!
These three dishes came out first ...
Few minutes later, something came out steaming hot!
My best Dish of All....
Steamed Garoupa And Its SOUP!
The soup was so very appetizing
That I couldn't stop drinking and drinking it till it nearly runs dry.... 

As for the total cost, it comes to RM77 for the 5 of us...
Cheap or expensive, I will definitely come by here again...


Sabay Thai Food
No. 2-1 Laluan Tasek Timur 15, 
Taman Mewah Bercham, Bercham,
Ipoh.

Comments

  1. Love spicy Thai food too. yum yum.... :)

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  2. Food looks good and appetizing. Love them heaps. Price is reasonable.

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  3. how nice, it's something "lost and found" and i totally understand how it feels, haha!! wow, the dishes looked very authentically Thai, and i also love that fish the most!! chunky garoupa and look at the soup, to die for really~~

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  4. Thai steam fish got lots of soup in it yeah we 'drink' em all haha.

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  5. eastcoastlife: Thai food is much liked by many.. :)


    irene: it is very appetizing!


    sk: yes, lost and found, that's it!

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  6. wow...yummy thai food! I love it! I also had some thai stuffs today...went for thai massage! So shiok!

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  7. wow, it's rather cheap for such yummy food.

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  8. The fried egg dish looks very good, so does the next one. Sounds like FUN! You have so many eating places around there, independently owned, not like that here...

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  9. Goodness! The total price would have been RM177 in KL. I love all the dishes you ate! I would slurp slurp the fish soup too!!!

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  10. Ooooooo...I love Thai!!! But I went to one in KL this time around, not so nice... :(

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  11. wow!! you really are a great food hunter. must try this when i am in town next, very reasonable pricing for your order.

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  12. chris: u really know how to enjoy life, bro!


    wenn: and the fish is fresh too.. if only you have more time for lunch, then we go there! hahaha..

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  13. ginny: yes, but I am afraid sooner or later, all shops will be franchised.. :(


    TM: You and your wife must come to IPOH then I will take you there! :)


    stp: told you to come IPOH.. hahaha..

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  14. ykristen: Yes, I like the fresh fish very much!

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  15. Claire is not expensive at all. Will bookmark this place.

    I bet the fish looks very fresh, i like the thai kok choy with egg omelet.

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  16. And the kerabu too.... sedap..

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  17. angeline: yes..bookmark it.. hahaha..


    sharon: yes.. special friday for the prayers..

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  18. i didn't recognized that fried egg at first I thought it was pies haha
    anyway it all looks scrumptious

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  19. wow looks very very delicious!

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  20. mecoy: hahaa.. the eggs look neat, right?


    medie: i agree with you...

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  21. For me, the price is very reasonable because usually the fish is very expensive. What is Thai vege (Thai kok choy)? Some kind of herb?

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  22. I am drooling over the mango kerabu. Looks so appetizing.

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