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Cheap Nice Dinner In Kampong Simee, Ipoh

After church worship practice, it was almost six in the evening... my stomach was feeling kind of "empty" by then. Upon reaching home, I saw Tammy's car in front of my house... Great!! Long time I didn't see this friend of mine and time to catch up our ladies' gossips during dinner.

Coming back to the topic, we went for a simple dinner in Kampong Simee, right opposite the Chung Tak Primary School.  The stall is inside the compound of the corner house and we like to go there because of their simplicity, their food has the homecooked style that comes with reasonable prices.
 Tonight we ordered "Pai Kwat Wong" with tomato sauce...
My girl wanted tapioca leaves with garlic only...
Yes, eggs again... 
This time I requested her to put in some minced meat and "choy boe" (preserved vege)
 
 Three large portions for three ladies.... 
 I was expecting them to cost around RM35 or so because of the pork chop meat...
But to our surprise, this dinner only cost RM27 with rice and warm water!
Well.. how about that?

Comments

  1. So cheap. Looks so yummy too, like homecooked - simply the best!

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  2. Very attractive price. Only RM9 per person. I will go there to eat more often if I stay near there. Food looks good too.

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    1. But one look at the place, you might not like it..cos it is like a house shed.. :)

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    2. House shed should be ok. I have eaten at roadside stalls with just a zinc roof for cny reunion dinners, hahaha.

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  3. Pai kwat wong and the fried eggs are my favorite!

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  4. The eggs look SO good! I did not know that tapioca had leaves, I thought it is little pearls...to thicken things, or puddings. We have tapioca pudding, you can buy it ready made in little cups.

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    1. Sorry, it is sweet potato leaves.. I made a mistake.. :)

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  5. It's pretty cheap, Rm27 for meat, vege and eggs all seve in once!!! =]

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    1. Yeah, for lazy cooks like me, I eat out quite often...

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  6. I go Ipoh, bring me go eat, wink wink...

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    1. No problem in this place..cheap and nice hahaa..

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  7. I like simple food.. I also like when the restaurant owner can customize and cook according to what we request like your egg with minced meat and choy boe.. That farn shue miew looks good too.. Normally I like it with fu yue.. Fu yue chau farn shue miew..

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    1. Oh fermented beancurd also can? Normally I cook with sambal belacan... but my girl doesnt like it spicy..

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  8. All the dishes looks so homecooked, yummy & delicious. Pretty cheap for all those great looking dishes.

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  9. Wah ... simple and so home cooked!

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    1. Next time you go there to eat la... take me along.. :)

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  10. yes, look simply scrumptious. I love it!

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  11. Very cheap. And yummy too. I love that pork rib.

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  12. OMG, I wanna try the pork ribs! I like mine crispy with less sauce!

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