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Lazy Mama In Sg. Wang, Kampong Simee

I know, I know.. this mama here should be cooking at least a meal for her young but sorry to say, she didn't manage to. Instead she took them out for dinner again, her excuse is because of time factor. Eating out does not need washing up but needs paying up instead.

Since Aaron has never been to Sg. Wang aka Kam Hor in Kampung Simee, he was glad that he finally did have a chance to savour all these dishes that evening.
Guess where the menu is... LOL...
Yes, I just look up and point when I order...
First attraction is this dish...
Their signature dish.. duck meat pancake or what...
Yes, I definitely had shown this a few times... 
And I am showing it again... cos it was Aaron's first time eating this....
And I forgot to ask his opinion... 
But I think I know his answer anyway!
Pork ribs wrapped in aluminum foil....
Steamed beancurd with minced meat as toppings....
Some Greens as usual....
Lastly and not least... this is Claypot Eel also known as Unagi?
In cantonese, it is "wong xin" and my mom dare not take that....
She said "Geli" 
And this Geli Dish cost RM22!
A picture before the "attack"
And the dinner cost around RM75 with drinks and desserts...

Comments

  1. As usual, nice food and I like the steamed bean curd with minced meat most. That geli dish so expensive.

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  2. ermmm...I still dun get the first dish...what is that btw? some sort of 'roti canai' crust with minced meat sandwiched in-between?

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    1. ACtually I am also not sure what the ingredients are... next time I will ask :)

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  3. Where's the dessert? You said plus drinks and desserts, haha..
    I love all the dishes you ordered.. Oohh we call that eel dish 'nga pou xin yue'..Eel is nice but not cheap.. Very 'cheh farn' too.. Oohh as usual nothing can go wrong with tofu and minced meat starchy gravy.. I love that paikuat wong too.. Yummzz.. Is that butter or ghee in the small plate on your first dish?

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    1. That one is mayo to go with the pancake duck ... but I didnt dip it... oh, desserts.. they gave us red bean tong sui after dinner... didn't take that. cos stomach full liow, I forgot already! :)

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  4. Ah, now I know there is also a Sungai Wang in Kampong Simee that serves good food. Hahaha, I agree with you, eating out is more convenient, so speaks the person who does not cook at all.

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    1. Pheww... Good to know someone agrees with me!!

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  5. What a nice meal, your son and mom both. All looks good to me except the eel, yuk!

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  6. Haiyor!!! Not healthy wor... Once in a while, ok....maybe to celebrate a birthday or something...or your son coming home is a good reason. All the oil, all the salt and all the msg...but maybe everyone prefers it that way - they'd rather eat out? Wink! Wink! Hehehehehehe!!!!

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    1. As the title says.. Lazy Mom... and as you said.. no cook in the house.. apa nak buat? *wink wink*

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  7. Me is eating out is more convenient as like what you mention, no washing up, no cut this cut that, kaka...

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    1. hahaha..Sharon, same with me ah... next time we buy a dish washer machine.. !

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  8. hahaha, i thought you were going to blog about your shopping in Sg Wang KL, you finished blogging about you recent KL trip already meh??

    aiyoh, this evil mommy, but nice to have a mommy who is the Food Mayor of Ipoh since she never fails to bring you for good food!! aiyoh, what can i say?? the pancake, the toufu, the pork ribs especially and the claypot eel.. i am hungry.. period.. or shall i say exclamation mark?? :D

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    1. Ipoh also have two Sg Wang... aka Kam Hor.. One is selling koay teow chicken and another shop is this.. both eatery shop.. always talk about eating only.. shopping is not so IN for me now.. :)

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  9. Their signature dish really caught my attentions, look so delicious lo!!! =]

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  10. That duck meat is very tempting. Unique.

    Never mind, once a while surprise them with your home cook.

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  11. wahhhh banyak good food.

    Point and pay also good what. Especially for time-pressed family.

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  12. Wow! I'm intrigued by the duck pancake signature dish - I've never seen it done that way! :)

    How is the duck at the bottom? On the bone or made in some way where you can just scoop it up with the pancake on top?

    I also like the claypot eel, you're making me so hungry now, I haven't had lunch!

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  13. The duck meat pancake looks familiar, I think I've seen it before here in your blog...

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  14. I have just started to feel the pinch of food prices in KL now. Inflation!

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