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From High End To Road Side Tong Sui Kai

Have food will travel.. in this case, from high end restaurants to road side stalls such as this....
 This is Tong Sui Kai again... taken not from the front but from the back...
When it is crowded in front, I will sit behind the stalls, away from cars pollution..
When one sees this, will the appetite be gone?
hahahaa.....
Well, I surely don't mind sitting where the good food is...
We ordered a bowl of laksa to share....
unfortunately, the taste was not what I expected it to be...
And we went further up the stalls...
till we saw this signboard below...
 This signboard is directly opposite the below Wanton noodles stalls..
This stall is not to be missed... try it!
Wanton noodles with a Lard taste...
Comes with the mixed dumplings....
I ordered some fried dumplings too... great combination....
As for desserts, we ordered a bowl of mixed fruits... RM5 
Due to the crowd, by the time this arrived, 
the ice cream had more or less "melted"....
Melted or not, we had a good time enjoying this Mixed Fruits Galore!
Remember... only in Tong Sui Kai... 
(Desserts Street)

Comments

  1. The shaved ice looks so good! Love the extra fruit-toppings too

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  2. wah, that wantan noodles really look nice woh, i mean i see that photo already know it's nice!! hahaha.. wah, you very cleber lah, know how to make good combinations of food.. wanton noodles with fried wanton with mixed fruits.. good!!!

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  3. Love the dumplings, soup & fried. Oh, pass the desserts to me. I want it all to myself. Yummy!!!..

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  4. Gosh!!! Such a mess. If here, sure get warning from the town council liao...

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  5. Hey I went here before last year!!! All peopel speaking cantonese! I feel so warm ^_^

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  6. and i still prefer roadside one! =D hehe

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  7. Looks utterly delicious. OMG i m starving :)

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  8. sharon: you must come to Ipoh :)


    ken: this is called chap kor shuit..

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  9. sk: sometimes eat this.. sometimes eat that.. hahaha...


    irene: you must come and try then!!

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  10. stp: this is the only road side stall in Ipoh...


    unknown: then you must come again..

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  11. henry: depending on what type of food...


    fione: when one is hungry.. :)

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  12. Oh Claire, I would LOVE those beautiful noodles, and the fried dumplings as well. I wish we could get together and make a dinner date!

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  13. Perfectly all right if they put in some effort to keep the place nice and clean. To most of them, it's all about making money - food's good, people will come, money will keep rolling in. Nothing else matters.

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  14. ginny: yes, hope one day will come!!


    stp: this is the only road side stalls that keep the tourists coming... as well as locals.. more choices of food there..

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  15. Ohhh...the shaved ice. We had something similar last weekend. the sago loh..hehehe

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  16. I love all the food you have posted. I am so greedy! By just looking at your food photos daily will make me fat!

    The Mixed fruits Galore is so colourful and tempting!!

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  17. ling: all campur campur! :)


    TM: Do come and try them one day!

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  18. Oooh. Must try the dessert in this street when go to Ipoh.

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  19. I have been there a few times. I used to sit behind the stalls too.

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  20. rose: yes.. tong sui kai...


    wenn: not so polluted, right? :)

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  21. TZ: yes.. but must share.. too much for one...

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  22. Lup the Mixed Fruits Galore!..only in Tong Sui Kai? Mana ah?

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  23. This TOng Sui Kai only opens at night? What a variety of food - can have a good supper here.

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  24. Gosh, I'm here at the wrong time! I'm famished after seeing your food shots! Lol!

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