Skip to main content

Finally Tasted The Laksa In Farlim

Heavy brunch in my previous post meant no lunch for us... but it did not happen that way....

It was around 2pm when we passed by this Tin City in Farlim...  then something suddenly caught my eyes....Since I was not the driver, my eyes could "wander" left and right ... Quickly I told my driver to make a U-turn ...  I was so happy that I finally managed to locate this stall.... 
 The Tin City which is developing into a city in no time..
And the laksa stall is just opposite the Tin City...
Open only on Sundays!

This is IT!
The laksa stall is right at the end of this row of shophouses...  
Wasting no time, we got down and made orders....
The one and only road side stall in Farlim...
Andy did the choosing...
 Our table and seats at the five foot way... 
Just look at the fish servings.... 
I would like another bowl of this again!!
Ordered some crispy varieties...
I like this type of noodles...
We ordered three bowls of Laksa only.... 
But we ordered two rounds of the crispy fish varieties!
How was the laksa taste?
My answer is... 
I will drop by here again and again.... 


Comments

  1. Huh? Farlim? I don't suppose you mean Farlim as in, Penang? This will be so sudden!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. hahahaa... Not the Farlim Penang.. Ipoh also has one.. come and look!

      Delete
    2. Bananaz also thinking Penang..so Parlor also got Farlim

      Delete
    3. Got ah.. but very small area only.. like Penang also..

      Delete
  2. 2nd bowl of laksa looks like "lo shu fun". We only use yellow noodles or bihun for laksa over here. I have tried this type of laksa before and I don't like it. Maybe I am not used to the fishy smell? They used kebong fish if I remember correctly. Anyway, I still prefer our own Sarawak laksa.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes, over here it is either kembong or sardin fish... some use tin sardin to make it thicker... the Sarawak laksa to me is assam curry... different taste altogether... :)

      Delete
  3. this place looks so.. errr, quiet if not deserted?? i mean the old shops are closed and the construction site looks like abandoned?? but who cares, got nice food there, no reason for the Ipoh Food Mayor not go to over!! the laksa looks good, and i also like those "liu"~~

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sunday, my friend.. only open on this day so that the stall doesn't interrupt the shops' business...

      Delete
  4. Now you make me crave for laksa!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Good! Everyday you crave for something different...

      Delete
    2. I cannot be eating the same thing everyday mah! So boring like that!!!! LOL

      Delete
    3. Yes, I agree with you.. I like different varieties each day too!

      Delete
  5. Since u going again n again, bring me go, if not i will sob and sulk...

    ReplyDelete
  6. I don't know this area in Ipoh, lol! How much for a bowl with so much fish?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I didn't ask individually but with drinks and these bowls, it is around RM19...

      Delete
    2. So if the drinks are RM1 each x 4 that means 5 bowls cost RM15 so on average RM3 a bowl for the laksa and the fried varieties. Good price!

      Delete
    3. 3 bowls of laksa and maybe around 10 liews or so... I was busy taking pictures so didn't ask my son how many... yes, I think very reasonable price.. no rental ... no fan also.. hahaha..

      Delete
  7. Wah ...looks good leh. Is it nice?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Next time I will take you there to taste for yourself...

      Delete
  8. Asam laksa again! Yes! Very lau hau sui and hoi wai when I see any asam laksa post.. Oh yes when I'm not the driver also my eyes can see left right and many more coz no need to concentrate ma.. Just have to chi tin tuk tei ask driver turn here there go here there.. haha

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. We are the co-drivers when not driving.. and not very likeable at times.... hahahaha....

      Delete
  9. This food looks better than in a big fancy restaurant!!! How far away from home is it, can you return a lot without much travel time?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This place is around half hour from my place.. quite near actually especially when it is only opened on Sundays and not much traffic then..

      Delete
  10. Ok, not a fan of asam laksa. Will eat sometimes for a change. Wouldn't be surprised if you say this one is better than the best ones in Penang. Sure looks good!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Penang is different a bit.. Ipoh has its own style of doing it... and I love them all... !

      Delete
  11. am confused. That is laksa or asam laksa...errr...in mean in KL terminology...that "lai fun" with fish looks a bit like what we call Asam laksa here but maybe that side is called laksa...taste spicy and sour or not?

    LOL....like like was call suet cha here and over there is called cha suet.(iced chinese tea)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. In Ipoh, no need to use assam word... laksa is good enough.. when mention laksa, it means sourish already..... but over here got assam curry ... meaning.. curry with lime... Next time take you there if u come on sunday, OK!

      Delete
    2. if laksa refers to assam laksa...how would u call curry laksa in Ipoh?

      Delete
  12. It looks good. Very concentrated with adequate liew. Every Sunday must go there lah hee..hee,,,,

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. hehehe... can go one more time if got invite! hahaha..

      Delete
  13. Wow! It must be good for you wanting to come again.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Stall with nice stuffs is often discreetly located:)
    Asam laksa,I will try it one day!

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you, readers!

Popular posts from this blog

Three Hours City Tour At Ensenada, Mexico

A THREE HOURS CITY TOUR when we embarked in Mexico on the second morning.   My sister booked the three hours city tour in Ensenada, Mexico, a van came to pick us up from the port.  Ensenada is the border of Mexico and it reminds me of Hatyai, a border town too between Malaysia and Thailand.  We were taken to a shopping area where we must haggle for the goods.  LOL.. Yes, something common in my own country... Anyway, we did not buy anything for ourselves... just a wooden handmade truck for my grandson which cost $8usd.   Nothing much to shout about on this three hours excursion, I was so sleepy on the way back to the ship that I dozed off and only awaken when we were driven through the town.  All in all, I just wanted to step onto Mexican soil and I would give this a miss if I were to go on this Mexico cruise again.  LOL... At the open area shopping walking towards the Blowhole... This is La Bufadora Blowhole, an amazing natural marine geyser that is capable of shooting water over 60 fe

Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner At San Jose 2022

TABLE FOR FOUR... We had our own reunion Chinese New Year dinner on Monday evening.... we made a simple one, just hot pot at home.  All we have to do is to clean the vegetables, get everything defrosted... and the hot pot boiling with a packet of seasoning.  They sell a lot of hot pot seasoning over here, from tomato soup to shrimp and chicken soup, I just threw in the whole packet of paste.  No doubt not so healthy but it is so easily done....  As usual, Chinese New Year won't be CNY without a plate of Loe Sang...  No crackers so I put in a few pieces of Tacos... LOL... Most important is the sauce....  The apricot, plum sauce and honey makes it right.... And our dishes for the evening..... We ate too much shrimps the day before so we omitted for this evening.... Simple and yet satisfying meal for our Reunion Dinner....

Phil's Fish Market And Eatery, Moss Landing

DAY TRIP TO MOSS LANDING...  I did not know what to expect since I had not been there before.  We took an hour plus drive to this seafood place, it is an open air restaurant whereby you can dine by the sea or inside.  We chose the latter, since it was quite windy in the open air.  With a baby kid, it is best to have some warmth inside the restaurant. Yes, there was already a queue by the time we reached there, it was actually between lunch and dinner and yet, patrons were ready to have their meal.  Though the queue looked long, we could get a place within 10 minutes or so.   Almost the same picture but someone was looking at me when I took these...  Almost reaching the finishing line to enter ... Clam Chowder to start off...  Cioppino... A combination of seafood... Mussels, prawns, crabs, clams...  Eat what the fishermen eat... Dip the bread in the sauce... Yes, I like this... Fried chicken chunks...  And I still prefer the Cioppino compared to this....  Baby enjoying his own food befo