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Kampar Club Along Gopeng Road, Ipoh

Ever since my friend introduced Kampar Club to me last year, I have gone there for several times already.  For one thing, it is not far from my place, secondly, parking is abundant, ambience is great and most important, the food is nice and affordable.  For gatherings, this is much recommended...
I like this dish... Salted Egg with Bitter Gourd and Pumpkin....
But my kids is not in favour because they do not like bitter gourd...
Perhaps next time we tell them to exclude the bitter vegetable.. 
Ordered Sizzling Beancurd...
Not bad.. it came out sizzling... Hot!
Some greens with Yam, my favourite!
And lastly and not least, Seafood Assam Curry... 
Very appetizing....
And the Cost?
It came to around RM70 something... 
Ipoh is not "cheap" anymore.. 
LOL...




Comments

  1. aiyoh, i would love that Salted Egg with Bitter Gourd and Pumpkin.. i still remember you posted something similar but it was brinjals and your children love that, hmmm, i think it would be nice also if the brinjals are cooked this way huh?? and the Seafood Assam Curry!! so appetising and you are making me drool now~~

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    1. Next time you know where to go when in Ipoh, right, SK? :)

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  2. All macam my favorite leh! Especially the first one!!

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    1. Our taste buds more or less the same.. chinese ma.. :)

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  3. I like all the dishes except I won't eat the tofu sauce and will eat just a bit of the assam curry sauce. I guess the seafood assam curry alone costs about RM25 to RM30 alone.

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    1. Perhaps... not sure of the price.. but nowadays everywhere is almost the same price..

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  4. The curry would be my favorite!! Happy weekend, Claire! Did your retirement begin yet?

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    1. Not yet Ginny.. beginning of next year if all is well..

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  5. All looks nice and my favourite is the seafood assam curry. Just this dish I can have eat extra rice. Yummy!!!

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    1. Especially it is assam and a bit sourish, right? Extra rice means extra.. ??? hahaha..

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  6. My girl would love the pumpkin...dunno about the bitter qourd. I wonder if they have brinjal, she loves that! As for me, I'd go for the asam curry anytime...

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    1. My kids same too.. pumpkin ok.. but not bitter gourd.. maybe got a bit of bitterness.. but I dont mind cos I know it is cooling..

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  7. They deep fry the bitter gourd and pumpkin or they put too much salted egg yolk?? I love bittergourd with salted egg yolk but never try with pumpkin. I think it is a unique dish with mix of saltiness, bitter and sweet.

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    1. Yes, I like them to be sweet and savoury same time.. Nice..

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  8. I like the seafood assam curry!!!! But overall like not so cheap duh!!!

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    1. Hard to get cheap food nowadays.. our standard of living is so high now...

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  9. Ipoh so many yummy foods, think i have to go embassy to apply for extended stay at Malaysia as 1 month not enough to try out all the yummy foods....

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  10. All food ho chiak here leh..lau hao sui

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  11. seafood assam curry! my fav! but too bad...I need to control eating these days..

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