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Weekend Food Fair Makes A Round Reanaclaire

Besides the heavy meal in Tg. Tualang, these are some of the desserts eaten in Ipoh... As I have said earlier, it was a "food-full" weekend I had on Saturday and Sunday....
I had Baskin Robbins in Ipoh Parade after dinner...
Used my Maybank treats to exchange a double scoop of ice cream..
Called Chocolate Overload - RM13.80
 As if it was not enough, 
we proceeded to Tong Sui Street to have Ice Kacang 
but without the ice cream....
 And a plate of rojak...
My Saturday night desserts!
After our lunch in Tg. Tualang on Sunday, 
we were still very full when dinner time came...
We opted for soup only that evening..
Double boiled old coconut with chinese herbs RM16
The Best Restaurant along Jalan Yang Kalsom...
Lots of soup varieties sold here.. 
Proceeded to Perak Stadium food stalls for second round...
Sotong with kangkung RM6
Accompanied with three pieces of "Har Piang" -  RM3
Oh .. oh... another plate is visible here...
Vegetarian Chee Cheong Fun - RM3
That's my weekend food fair...
A little of this and that... 
Makes a Round Reanaclaire!


Comments

  1. Wow, this ice cream just came into the right time...as the weather is so hot now...=[

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  2. That soup in old coconut is very rich and "bo". Very tasty food, must be not enough for the young people with you as young people need lots of food to replenish their cells. :)

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    1. Very sweet too... yes, good for younger people and the old ones who are weak in their bodies too..

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  3. that prawn cracker looks great, that was rojak sauce?

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    1. Yes, rojak sauce.. young people will like!

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  4. I always use my maybank treat points to redeem BR31! :)

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    1. Wow! You both aunties really big credit card swipers!!! I could imagine how much points you collected!

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  5. Wow, a great feast. All looks great and Har piang looks so cripsy.

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  6. Baskin Robbins are a great indulgence! But it's quite pricey in SG, so can't eat often lah.

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    1. I like the Cold Stone in Sg... something different!

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  7. Wah ..... so many comfort food !

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    1. Unhealthy food more like it.. hahaha.. But I like!

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  8. I am very curious now as to what Kacang is! Looks foamy. the ice-cream and soup look very good!!

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    1. Yes, they are all tasty.. but fattening.. :)

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  9. Wow you really can gallavant and eat.. Jealous.. I love that BR ice cream.. I usually have rum&raisins and peanut butter&chocolate.. Sometimes I'll have a jamoca..

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    1. Peanut butter? Yummmss... very sweet and rich! I took the macadamian nuts one.. :)

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  10. Ahhhh!!!! I had sotong kangkong yesterday too. In Kuching right now, posts on the trip will only begin when I get home.

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    1. Old folks say fat is good, got hock/good luck. Skinny's not good - chee liao bee/feed waste rice.

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    2. No wonder la... so you are living on the old folks' words.. hahahaa.. yes, when aged already must have a bit of flesh... too skinny then look older... anyway, as long as healthy ok already.. no need to look good.. hahaha..

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  11. Wow! I would definitely become round Rose by eating all those yummies! ^^

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  12. hahaha.. i thought almost everyday is a FOOD-FULL day for the Ipoh Food Mayor?? OMG, the i-scream, the ice kacang, the rojak, the soup and the sotong kangkung, aiyoyo, make me feel so hungry and wanna have them all lah~~ :p

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    1. In a matter of two days... how much calories are they there? :)

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  13. Oh my! Wish I could have a makan indulgence like that!

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    1. Your home indulgence is more healthy and yummy!

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  14. Awww....open mouth big big.hahhah. I can only see from far. If I want to eat have to make some effort to do it at home. Very lazy to go out nowadays especially the weather is so hot.

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  15. The ice cream... the ice cream... the ice cream... the ice cream... the sight of the ice cream made me incoherent with desire...

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  16. You are really sweet toothed like me and big eater too! Life is short, just enjoy la!

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    1. Sweet tooth yes.. Big eater.. not so big.. but like to eat in small quantities...

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  17. Great! This is really an amazing and attractive post regarding food. I appreciate your posted wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing such an interesting post.

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  18. I want the BR and the ice kacang now! Also the rojak please!

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  19. I heard Baskin Robbin is opening in Taiping soon, can't wait! I like their ice cream, not too sweet!

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    1. Yes, compared to HD, I prefer this BR... :)

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