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All By Myself In The Best Restoran, Ipoh

The Best Restoran, it is named.... but is it really the best?  :)

I went to The Best Restoran this evening for my dinner.  This is my second time there but I have not blogged about it before because then I did not know what the name was and secondly, I think I hadn't start blogging then...

But what I did know that this restaurant (Ipoh has many restaurants with or without air-con, they are also called restaurants) serves the most varieties of soups.  I am a soup lover, I drink any kind of soup as long as not too bitter... and since I am feeling kind of "soupy" this evening, I opted for this soup restaurant....
While waiting, I noticed these herbs displayed on the walls...
Anyone can tell me what those words mean? :)

Upon entering, I saw a few patrons having this on their table...
Feeling curious, I ordered one too..
Double Stewed Coconut With Scallop...
Inside consists of black chicken with lots of herbs and One scallop....
The soup has a nice coconut fragrant... something special a bit ... pricing at RM16
For myself, I ordered a mini claypot of Lemon Grass Chicken....
I love the lemon grass smell....
The chicken is beautifully marinated and soft... just nice for me...
Dipping them in "cilipadi" and putting them into the mouth... hmmm...
Satisfying... for a price of RM6
Well, that is my dinner...
The coconut soup is quite special actually...
It can be shared by 2 or 3 depending on how soupy you are...
As for me, I don't mind drinking it All By Myself...

The Best Restoran
Jalan Yang Kalsom
Ipoh, Perak

Comments

  1. I like yeh zhi dan thong. Good. But a bit heaty. Cheap la the food there

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  2. Wah good stuff, very rare here in Penang, i guess its more to Cantonese kinda food, Hokkiens here rarely do all these lol

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  3. kathy: oh heaty ah... oopppss.. i didnt know that...


    ken: yeah.. herbs soup is quite common here...

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  4. I love steamed soup!!
    Soup in coconut shelf, I've seen it before but never really taste it yet.

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  5. I have never seen anything like this coconut soup. I love soup, too! We eat it many times a week. Here, they are saying that coconut milk, water, and oil are very good for your health.

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  6. Wow, so big. You can finish all by yourself, I salute you. Herbal soup is mostly heaty.

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  7. Not into herbal stuff though I don't mind eating...but what you had looks soooooo good! Slurpssss!!!!

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  8. eih, NICE!! i like that soup in coconut, and can see that this so-called "old fire soup" really cooked for a long time!! and the claypot rice looks so tempting lah, somemore only RM6 is so cheap..

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  9. Hayley: quite fragrant from the coconut...


    Ginny: soup is good for us.. :)

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  10. Hayley: quite fragrant from the coconut...


    Ginny: soup is good for us.. :)

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  11. Irene: can get few bowls... Ok la.., enough for a soup lover..haha


    Stp: wanna slurps there next time? :)

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  12. Sk: claypot rice for one person ... But i can share it with two.. :)

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  13. I have just been there once. I like the soup there.

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  14. Wenn, I think I will go again some day for the soup too...

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  15. Aiya you got my phone number right? haha

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  16. If i see many people ordering, i will be curious too, hehe...

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  17. Yeah, coconut and scallops sounds like a good combination! It sounds sweet! :)

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  18. hosan: aiyah... you better give to me.. hahhaa...


    sharon: yeah, impulse us to eat, right? :)


    HB: yes, the coconut fragrance is there..

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  19. Wow! you have not started blogging when you first dined there. That was so long ago!

    I love that type of soup in coconut. They are nutritious!

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  20. I don't think I can finish drinking the coconut soup all by myself. I have tried this coconut soup before - very "sweet" - taste from the coconut flesh. The rice looks good though for RM6 only.

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