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Different Taste As In Rasa Lain In Bercham, Ipoh

It has been quite a long while since I came by here for dinner. This shop has been in Bercham for many years and it is famous for their claypot glassnoodles with either prawns, fish or crabs.  The signature dish is their claypot glassnoodles or rice with crabs (need to pre-order first) but we did not order neither this time.

We ordered these below and they were not a good combination because not one of them have gravy to go with our rice...  That shows how "unprofessional" I am when it comes to ordering food....
Steamed clams.... 
This is the only dish with a dash of sauce....
(I think this one includes labour charges for arrangement)
Testing my camera's macro....  not too bad, right? :)
Makes the clams look bigger than they really are....
Their steamed Sato Fish Balls...
Crispy Honey Pork Ribs
Crispy fried fish (Sar Chui)
Andy's favourite - Eggplants with dried shrimps...
The food is not too bad, only thing is they are a bit too dry, all thanks to me...
The name of the shop is called "Different Taste" (Rasa Lain) in Bercham...
The price came to around RM90... 
Next round.. just the claypot glassnoodles will do...

Comments

  1. I love the looks of the steamed clams and deep fried fishes. My mum used to deep fry them at home too. I couldnt get this fish in the market in Sibu.

    The food looks good and yeap, you should ordered soup but I guess everyone has drink so you can go without soup. ;)

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    1. It was a bit dry...my mistake, next time must think first before ordering.. :)

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  2. Lucky i have taken my dinner, if not my saliva will drool from SG to Ipoh, lol...

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    1. Want to bookmark this, Sharon? hehehe

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    2. Yes, bookmark this, bring me there, if not i will sulk sulk liao... haha...

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  3. Wahhhhh!!! I like fish balls and sar chui! but sar chui exp in ipoh?

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    1. Not sure, never do much marketing! hahaha.... but dont think it is expensive..

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  4. All look so good and so so so cheap! RM90 only.= for all that.

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    1. Wahhha... Boss sure say cheap la.. for me, a bit overpriced la...

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  5. Food looks great and I love the crispy honey pork ribs.

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  6. Looks good, I like the way you use micro mode to take the picture!!! =]

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    1. Trying out... see whether it looks like those Pro or not.. hahaha..

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  7. was happily munching the saito balls away, dunno the price.. hahaha... was bit over priced, but food was different from others lah...

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    1. WK, yeah, you should know... last time you have been there.. cos I think now more commercialized..

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  8. The fried fish looks very delicious! I don't mind not having sauce (eating "dry food"). If too dry, just order another dish with lots of sauce will do. That is only if still have space in the stomach for one more dish. The lala looks good too.

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    1. If order another dish, then have to wait.. so we didn't cos the dishes were also more than enough for the 6 of us.. .

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  9. I usually prefer something gravy to go with my rice.. If too dry susah mau telan, keke.. But ala, who cares la, janji sedap... And all those food look really sedap.. The first dish, yummm, we have similar ones here in the famous Lala Chong restaurant, "seong tong lala", sedapppppp.. Best in the world !!

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    1. Oh yes! I love the seong tong too..very sweet hor.... last time they put in the shells sekali but after getting muddy soup, we stopped ordering that... unless cook them sendiri at home..

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  10. not a problem for me.. i don't need gravy for my rice, i can just eat rice with any dishes just like that.. so all the dishes from the clams to fish ball to ribs to fish to egg plant, i can wallop them all.. haha!! because they just look so delicious and RM90 is not expensive also..

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    1. I think KL standard not expensive but Ipoh nang, a bit overpriced... Ipoh nang very calculative when it comes to food, perhaps.. .hahaha..

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  11. They all LOOK beautiful, Claire! But I am like you...need sauce or gravy or broth.

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    1. Yeah, yeah, some gravy can make swallowing easier.. hahaa..

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  12. Oh I think I've been looking for this restaurant for a long time!

    There's also another one in Bercham, that specializes in some kind of fish head noodle, or maybe I'm mistaken?

    The steamed clams looks good.

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    1. I think that is the same one.. in Bercham area...

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  13. hmmm have i been there.....i wonder

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  14. The steamed clams looks so yummy! I love this dish!

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