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Mooncakes Shopping At Ming Yue Confectionery, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

Time really passes fast... soon a very delightful weekend has come to an end... from Friday till Sunday, we had a good time together... a few of us are old classic friends from the 1970s... hahahaa....

Our itinerary started when my friend arrived at Ipoh Railway Station at around noon... besides lunch, we managed to go all the way to Ming Yue Confectionery in Pasir Pinji to get some goodies!  This place is now famous for their mooncakes especially the festive season is another one month away.  I expected the Queue to be there, yes, true enough, it was.....
 We waited almost half hour when we reached this spot...
Considered a short one... I remember one time it was until three shoplots away...
If everyone knows what they need to buy, then the waiting time will be much shortened..
 So I prepared my list by writing it in my handphone...
Smart eh... ! hahahaa...
Here is the price list....
What I needed, I quickly keyed into my hp...
And just read out when it reached my turn... 
we didn't buy much...
Just 7 boxes! 
Er... 8 actually... the top one was sent by Andy through Groupon...
He told me that I must eat these.....
First time buying for Mama... so must eat! 
hahahaha...
And share some with Labby too, he said!
Aiyoh.. so wasted...
Labby will just gulp it down without tasting!
As for these Ming Yue ones, they are not mine...
How could I eat so much?  hahahaa..
They belong to my friend...
She loves all these mooncakes from Ming Yue!


Comments

  1. Aiyor....Labby so lucky!!! I do not have any to eat wor... You still have my mailing address? :D

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    1. Labby is my son's pet... sure he will not miss her out... hahaha... your mailing address? IN my INbox... I think! :)

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  2. Lol.....no queue that day. Only left red bean n tau yong (what is that ah). Now I regret didn't buy more coz mmg sedap leh. Loads of kuaci in my red bean paste punya..

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  3. The price is so attractive, no wonder that there is a queue. How long can the mooncakes be stored since your friend bought so many?

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    1. If put in fridge, can last one week or so..I guess.... cos this type no preservative...

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  4. RM 3, RM 4?? Got address ah?? I Waze it on my next balik kampung trip!

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    1. Realgunners, if you drop by to buy, can you please help me buy some? Thanks in advance.

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    2. Realgunners, you can google for the address using the shop's name... Mun, are you serious? :) I thought realgunners is in Penang?

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    3. Balik kampung time will pass by Ipoh ma, since my kampung is KL ;)

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    4. So your kampung is in KL.. not Penang... I mixed up liow.. :)

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  5. You must be very happy that your son sent you a box of mooncakes. :)

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  6. Wah... nice lah!

    Good that you know exactly what you want to order and get them done quickly and easily. :)

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    1. Yes, for a forgetful mind, better write down somewhere.. hahahaa..

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  7. Ya clever girl.. I like people who knows wat they wana order or wat they want when it comes to their turn.. Dislike those Ah Lian or Ah Beng blur blur dunno wat they want, like chor kai only.. Or chor teng. haha.. So bad hor I say like that, hehe...Aiyo share mooncakes with Labby? Sai mm sai dit ahh? (waste).. keke..

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    1. Chor chee tei tau chuen? hahahaha.. yes, we are bad! Sharing with Labby means just one small piece perhaps.. cos she doesn't sik mei toe!

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  8. ah, i haven buy any moon cake yet ah~

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    1. Eat before the festive season.. :) I am kiasu ma...

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  9. Yea time flies, Monday is coming again.

    This shop's mooncake really that good? The queue is long!

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    1. Yeah.. the nearer the festive, the longer the Q

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  10. Your Labby is so lucky, got a fair share of the mooncake. As for me, I am not too fond of mooncakes. Some are too sweet and others the fillings like "tau sar", too dried. If you ask me to queue up & buy, definitely a big NO, NO.

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    1. hahahaa... I would agree with you if not for my friend who is a fan of mooncakes! I also wouldnt buy for my own self only... hahaha...

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  11. I should have go and find you if i know you going there, lol...

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  12. So long queue ! Got buy some for my mom ?

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    1. Where is the $$$$ .. send to me and i go buy... :p

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  13. Ehhh... very cheap wor! Now mooncakes are like Rm20/ Rm 18 or Rm 16 :/

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  14. What a big line, this place must have excellent food! i thought moon Cakes were only for Chinese New Year, in February?

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    1. No Ginny.. it is always around in September... but in chinese calendar, it is on the 15th day of 8th month.. :)

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  15. Is kind of weird my family doesn't like the traditional style mooncake, we preferred the cold skin one and the ice cream one, hehe!! =]

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    1. Not weird but smart! hahahaa...Save money than spending lots on mooncakes!

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  16. Very efficient to prepare a list! I hate it when people hold up the line because they can't decide. I am not gila over mooncakes. But I do eat if offered. I only buy to give to family members.

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    1. I seldom buy them nowadays... not like those earlier years... like you, I am not a fan... but since my friend wanted them, I just queued up for her sake... hahahaha...

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  17. wah!! such a long queue, i bet their mooncake must be famous and also delicious!! and wait, how come so cheap ah?? average like RM5-RM6 only woh.. i thot nowadays just a simple mooncake also more than RM10 already?? no wonder so many people buying~~

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    1. This queue not considered long.. if until road, then I will forget it... yeah, this shop bakes fresh ones each day, that is why long queue... longer still if the festive season is near...

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  18. for a moment i thought the price list surely was a huge mistake..haha

    I don't mind to queue for cheap and delicious mooncake.

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    1. So now after promoting, lagi long queue.. hahahaa..

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  19. Small Kucing also in Ming Yue on Sunday didnt see them kah? haha

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    1. Got meh? None la.. surely she will call me? :)

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  20. Oh.. this place.. I like the peanut biscuit! :D

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  21. The date is only August 10 and you already ate moon cakes!!!! Walau Eh!!!

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