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Lou Shu Fun In Pasir Puteh Road, Ipoh

After recovering from shingles, I have to restrain from certain food especially those shell food, seafood... thus not leaving me much choice, I opted to go for something "clear" and soupy. My friends were kind enough to take me out and we went to one shop called Loe Shu Fun in Pasir Puteh.

It has been a long time since I went there last, maybe for more than a year or two already...  The shop itself is called Lou Shu Fun along the Jalan Pasir Puteh, a short distance away from the police station around the vicinity.  As far as I know, this shop is opened in the mornings and evenings only... What I miss most is the fried fish balls...
 I ordered the soupy Lou Shu Fun for myself the other night...
The fish balls I yearned for... the fried round ones...
 those are a MUST order for me.. :)
These are optionals....
The man boss himself... 
Just wait for him to come and take the orders...
For the three of us, the bill came to RM22 plus drinks.... 
Come to think of it, I think we ordered a lot.... 
Well, what can one expect...
After a bout of sickness, the appetite sure is improves fast!  :)

Comments

  1. I love the beansprouts and clear soup base. RM22.00 plus drinks for 3 persons are relatively cheap.

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  2. i can do with a nice clear soup noodle now... stuffy nose and cough... bring us there next time eh, nice chair... haha

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  3. oh, this looks like what we called "Kam Poh Fun" (Kampar Noodles) here in KL.. with those balls and toufu and noodles.. over here, if we order soup ones, everything comes in a bowl instead of separated like yours.. but most of the time i order the dry version, i like it!!!

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  4. Oh looks good, i miss ipoh's beans sprouts, so plump and juicy, i only had the yong tau foo at dai shu geok before and i didn't like it, was way too oily to my liking

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  5. yum! that would be great to eat during cold raining day! =D especially the meatball in the warm soup! =D

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  6. I would like to eat the bowl of other fish paste in the 3rd photo. Apart from fish paste (yu wat) and fish balls, was there tofu in the bowl?

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  7. I love soup, so yours looks very good to me. But the fish balls look wonderful too!! Claire, hoe long will you have to eat like this?

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  8. Looks good!!! Had the dry ones in Seremban that day.

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  9. The fishball looks nice. I like clear soup too and prefer they put in some greems. Very cheap.

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  10. Wish i am right there now to eat it, haha...

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  11. i love fried fishball too ! But i never like loh shi fan. I prefer yellow noodles. But such a clear bowl of soup sure makes it delicious !

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  12. As usual we Asians have *big eyes small stomach* that's why we tend to over-order.. This one want, that one also want, the other one must want...then..hehehe.

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  13. good that your appetite is back..enjoy those lo shu fun.

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  14. Bananaz lup tikus noodles best served 'kon lou' or clay pot...;),

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  15. Agnes: yes, i think reasonable cheap...


    wk: not feeling well? OK, take you there next time.. hopefully nice chairs! :)

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  16. sk: if order less, they will come in a bowl.. we ordered a lot ma.. :)


    ken: i also dont like big tree food there.. too commercialized already..

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  17. henry: Ipoh has different types of fish balls.. hahaha..



    mun: yes, they have varieties, tow foo, fu pei... and others.. :)

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  18. ginny: er.. actually there are many varieties of food here in IPOH.. so as long as not too oily, everything is fine to eat.. :)



    stp: yeah, i have yet to try the seremban one.. looks great too!

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  19. mnhl: i think not all states have this kind of noodles.. :)



    sharon: come to IPOH.. then we take you out to eat!!

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  20. bananaz: you talking about me?? hahahaa... memang true!!



    wenn: yes, appetite has increased!

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  21. irene: you mean put in some vegetables? yes, there are stalls selling greens filled with fish paste.. very creative!

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  22. The bill is so cheap! Are you sure he didn't make a mistake in the bill?

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  23. TM, KL people always say cheap.. hahaha...

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  24. from small till now I still dont like LSH . LOL weird me

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  25. among these three i kinda like the second one

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