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Bread Expresso And Jack Fah

Bread Espresso... my second time to this place for the past two days. I don't really fancy bread all the time but they have nice desserts there as well.
 I ordered two Blueberries cupcakes... or is it muffins? 
 I forgot which is which...but they are indeed up to my taste..
RM3 for each...
 I have to admit that their bread is one of a kind..
So soft and nice...RM4
I would like to indulge in that again...
A cozy place where I would recommend for a tete-a-tete...
Today I had a Durian Pie.... RM10
We ordered a Ham & Cheese Sandwich... RM6
That was our light lunch for today...

This evening Andy wanted something different and we went to Jack Fah for our simple dinner..
Jack Fah's Shop... 
Plain noodles...
Glutinous Rice... my favourite... 
Freshly steamed Kueh Talam.... just look at the "Santan!"
Yam Pudding...
I guess these need no introduction...
My son ordered his second bowl of "Black Glutinous" dessert...
The way he likes it... not too thick...
Phew... now we are really FULL... 

Comments

  1. Rm6 for ham and cheese very cheap le * hope d bos not reading this*

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    1. yeah, hope de bos doesn't increase prices after this.. hahaha..

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  2. All looks so good, from lunch to dinner. Love them heaps.

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  3. The food looks good, but the yam cake attracted me most!

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  4. Durian Pie sounds interesting! Okay, will mark this place down. Thanks for sharing :P

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  5. wah, two very different places serving very different food.. but as usual, i like them all!! recommendation from the Food Mayor of Ipoh, sure must be very nice lah.. the blueberry tarts (i think they are tarts and not muffins or cupcakes lor), the sandwich, the plain noodles, the glutinous rice, the yam cake, the kueh-kueh dan mueh-mueh and lastly the red bean soup!! wah.. i almost like everything except the durian pie lah of course~~

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    1. Oh, durian is not in your kind of fruit? Then you wont like the pie... anyway, it takes two to finish that pie.. I don't think I can be able to finish that at one go...

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  6. Of all the food today, I would like to eat the plain noodles - reminds me of the plain noodles being sold in morning markets. The blueberries muffin or is it cupcakes look like blueberries tarts to me. Enjoy having your meals with your children.

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    1. Ok, so they are tarts... that word never cross my mind when I wrote that.. :)

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  7. I'd rather go to Jack's anytime. Ooooo...pulut hitam!!! I super-duper like!!! The kuehs looks awesome too! Yum! Yum!

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    1. This shop opens irregularly.. but for sure, it is open on Saturdays!

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  8. Your blueberry muffins look droolicious (wait, is there such word?).. Coz I am swallowing my saliva looking at it.. It looks like tart tho', the ones with cheese (and blueberry fillings) inside..
    The bread looks unique.. What's inside? You eat with butter & jam?
    Oh gawd, I love everything (except the durian pie), hehe.. I don't like durians..

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    1. Oh, you have something in common with SK.. durian non-eaters! hahahaa.. Come to Ipoh, I will take you there to savour all if you can.. hahaha... I like your word.. Drool-licious!!

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  9. Bookmark this place, i go Ipoh, bring me there, keke....

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  10. I would like to try that plate of mix noodle and mihun!! And also that Blueberry muffins. Always a fan of blueberries!!

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  11. i just had black glutinous dessert yesterday. The yam cake looked very tasty.

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    1. Not bad and not supremely good either.. hahaha...

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  12. I would love all the kuih. So delicious looking.

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  13. Looks more like a muffin than cupcake, to me ;)

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  14. where's the place? I want to go when i am back. Compiled all the good makan place for me la

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  15. Got influenced by my mom, I like those dessert soup to be very thick!!! =]

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