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Can I Resist Rasa Lain In Bercham, Ipoh?

It has been almost a year or more since I went to Rasa Lain in Bercham.  It took me around half hour to reach this place and the best time to go there is around 6pm... go a bit later, the tables will be occupied especially during weekends.

This Rasa Lain is a corner coffeeshop and it is famous for their claypot glass noodles.  Inside the clay pot, we can choose either seabass fish, prawns, crabs to go with the glass noodles.  As yours truly is controlling her cholesterol, she opted for fish in claypot glass noodles.
Seabass in claypot...
The fish is very fresh and with the wine ginger soup,
the combination is truly great!
Really Sweat!  LOL...
Eat while it is served otherwise the glass noodles will "swell up!"
I lost count how many bowls I have taken... :)
We ordered some fresh fish balls too... 
It cost around RM1 or RM1.20 each...
No fishy smell... worth eating one or two each.... 
Last and not least... some nicely and neatly arranged Steamed Clams....
oopppsss... I am not supposed to take these...
But how to resist when they were served like this?
Hope I won't start scratching myself tonight... 
For the three dishes, the bill came to around RM80...
What do you say?  A bit pricey, right?
Well..... 

Comments

  1. I cant take glass noodles. My stomach cant digest them and I'll ended up throwing up. I used to love eating them when I was younger and always wondered why I always throw out after.. :(

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  2. wah, this one very ngam me!! love that glass noodles in clear fish soup, the fish looks so juicy and tender!! and the fish balls, wow, i can feel that they can bounce 3m high if throw onto the floor, haha!! and steam clams always one of my favorite too~~ AWESOME!!!

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  3. RM80 quite pricey leh. That was just the normal lala not the hard shell claims... but if is taste good. Should be ok if go they once a while.

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  4. Glass noodle I like it if they cook in claypot with crab. yum yum.

    There's one restaurant at Ipoh famous for this glass noodle with crab in claypot. I can't recall which restaurant already.

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  5. I think you can eat like this now because you are on medicine. And if you can eat what you like, then NO stress, right?

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  6. No, no, no, no!!! You can't touch those clams!!! Have to refrain for as long as you can. No prawns, no crabs...stick to fish. They say for shingles, chicken and eggs are no good either. I had rice with soy sauce for a long time...till I was sure it would not recur...

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  7. Not scare of my spank!!!..and phaik!!!..anymore. I love glass noodles too and oh boy!!...the fish ball is to die for. Have a great weekend, Claire.

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  8. I would love the steamed clams! Yummy!

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  9. But definitely a 'no-no' for you. Till yr problem is over..

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  10. Fresh fish balls!!! I am a huge fan of fish balls, can't live without fish balls >_<

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  11. I'm not a huge fan of fishballs but I love fish!

    The look of that seabass in the glass noodles sold me! :D

    I'll love to check this out.

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  12. merryn: eh..how come ah.. maybe not digested?


    sk: next time u come to IPOH, i take you there.. hahaa...

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  13. angeline: i think the fish sea bass cost the bomb! :)


    ginny: no more on medicine.. :)

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  14. stp: yucks! now only say.. sudah makan... but little bit only la.. i eat more on the fish...


    irene: the spanking marks have disappeared la.. but now reappearing again after all the piak piak here.. ouch!!! hahaa..

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  15. wenn: I think over liow.... medicine finished already...


    ken: serious? then you must come ipoh and take..


    HB: take Ling along! :)

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  16. I don't think the price is expensive. Seabass in claypot - I would like to eat this very much. I also can't take glass noodles if it is not soft enough - will have indigestion.

    About shingles, I don't remember my husband refraining from eating any type of food (as you know western doctors do not have "kai hou") but he did rest a lot and take it easy and of course drink lots of water.

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