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Ipoh Flavours In Perak Stadium Food Court

Ever since last Sunday, I have been to the Perak Stadium food court for three times already!  Firstly I went with my friend, then with my mom and last night with my buddies.  I think I better stop going for this month or so.... last night I have tried a few varieties and ended up eating more than I should have... hahahaa... 

Surprisingly not many stalls were opened yesterday... so my advice.. better go during Fridays and weekends, more choices of food and more gaining weight too, needless to say... just look at me... I am the living testimony of being a food lover!

My friends wanted to try what I have tried previously.. so I ordered a bit of this and that for them...
The Dong Dong glassnoodles... RM3.60
I think a bit too expensive, right? 
Oh well...
Chee Cheong Fun at the same stall.. 
RM3
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Fried chicken balls... RM5 (I think... cos my friend paid)
Ordered some Yong Tau Foo... without noodles...
Wat Tan Hor  to be shared... RM5
Plus... a plate of wanton noodles which I didn't manage to take....
 All here in Perak Stadium food court...



Comments

  1. Ahhh my colleague was raving about a certain glass noodles in Ipoh that (quote him) "unable to find in Penang because idiotic Penangites don't know about good food". Now I see why.
    My all time favorite food is wat tan hor, which is another dish that Penang just don't do it right (by my taste). This one looks awesome-ish though.

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    1. Ipoh also doesn't have the best chef around.. actually it depends on individual's taste...

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  2. Dong Dong glassnoodles... RM3.60 expensive? In Kat Lum Por easily RM5-6.00

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    1. hahahaha.. kat lum por has higher salary ma...

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  3. errr, i think your Mayor friend deserves to be a better example than you lah, haha!! BTW, that one is Dong-Dong, not Hor-Hee?? both also cute names lor, hahaha, and RM3.60 only leh, can't get in KL anymore~~

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    1. Cos only a few fish balls.. anyway, I guess nothing is cheap anymore anywhere..

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  4. I'm really curious about the Chee Cheong Fun though, definitely different from the ones in Penang.

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    1. Yeah, very different.. no shrimp paste sauce for one...

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  5. This is my kind of food...it looks awesome, no wonder you have been back so many times. My favorite is the first dish with the glass noodles, and the fried chicken!

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  6. So much varieties of comfort food and all looks so good. I like them all. Yummy!!!

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    1. Then one day I hope you will come and try.. :)

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  7. Yum! Yum!...Oops!!! No fried chicken balls for me! Deep fried...and especially in this heat - sore throat, cough, everything will come.

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    1. Hehehe... when you try one, I think you will finish them all.. :)

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  8. Oh the wat tan hor is cheap, rm5.. Looks like a big plate.. Or maybe gravy banyak aje.. Noodles banyak or not?

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    1. We share out the plate of noodles.. definitely cannot finish them all alone..

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  9. wah....CCF again! no siew yok ?

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  10. I just had wat tan hor last night, hehe!

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  11. Rm3.6 for dong dong glass noodles is not expensive by Kl price. You won't get fat since all the food is shared by all of you. Have a good weekend!

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    1. But after a week's accumulation, my skirts are now very tight! :)

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  12. Wow! You must like the food there. You been there thrice!! I dont mind going every day if the food is good and cheap.

    i like that glass noodle soup and fried chicken.

    Must visit this Perak Stadium food court when I go to Ipoh.

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    1. Hope you come.. but of course the ambience is not so nice la.. hahaha..

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  13. Wow! So much food! The glass noodles and chee cheong fun looks yummy!

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  14. Always the best place to look for local food but hard to find parking at times

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  15. You ate a lot but stays so slim. What's your secret again?
    The Dong Dong glass noodles... RM3.60 is cheap la!!!!

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  16. Chee Cheong Fun for 3 bucks is pretty cheap duh, and the portion was quite a lot, I like, I like!! =]

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