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Amica In Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh

Come Sunday, the four of us "scratched" our heads again... thinking of the place for our breakfast... or should I say brunch? It was almost 11am when we set out from our house and I drove south this time... I mean we ended up in Ipoh Garden South...

There are a few coffeeshops there and I guess most of the good food would have finished by this time.  I did not have any shop in mind when Amica caught my eye.  Amica is along the RHB Bank in Ipoh Garden South, just opposite Pretty Pets.

There were still a crowd there so I guess the food was not finished yet... True enough... food is still abundant there except for the nyonya cakes and kueh.... but the Uncle's dumplings caught my eye... I ordered a few of these to eat while waiting for the food....
 I chose one of each... they look different from the normal ones...
The black one is nice.. charcoal something?
The filling is kaya, I like it...
Then the flower type of dumpling is also nice, my girl likes it...
And the last yellowish one has black sesame fillings... 
I got up again and went to get another two types...
This one also looks special...
Has black sesame and white on the outside...
And the filling is mashed sweet potatoes!
Something I like to eat too....
Each of these dumpling cost RM1.50
Tried their steamed glutinous rice too...
Not bad... tasty... RM3.50 is not too steep...
 As for the food, we ordered Chee Cheong Fun...
My friend ordered it actually and she said "Okay-la..."
This is mine.... not a good choice... 
The noodles are just too little for me... 
hahahahaa...
 My girl ordered Hakka noodles... 
I didn't try it but she finished all of it... so it must be good...
It came with a bowl of wanton noodles...
 And her friend ordered a plate of Wanton noodles with Braised Duck....
The Hakka noodles and this one above only cost RM7... 
Good pricing!
I will try this one day.... 
And of course, the dumplings too.... 
I like all of them!


Comments

  1. Nice brunch with all the tempting food. Now in trend this charcoal bun. Even burger they are using this charcoal bun.

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    1. So it is called charcoal bun! Tarn pau... wonder what makes them black... not charcoal surely? :)

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  2. "The noodles are just too little for me"? What happened to "I cannot eat much"?? These are not much? @.@

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    1. When I said little, it means very little, as you know I cannot take much..thus you see all the paus and the steamed glutinous rice... you are very observant! :p

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  3. I myself prefer the really skinny noodles, you get get more of them in your mouth! These dumplings are beautiful, always a surprise what is inside, too.

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    1. Yes, I should have taken a picture of the inside as well... :)

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  4. Lapar again looking at this!!!

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  5. The baos look good. First time I hear the noodles not enough for you. :D

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    1. That really means the portion is super small, right! It is RM4.50.. next time I must ask her to put double meesua...

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  6. All good food, I like.. The paus look interesting.. Black bread, black buns, black burgers, yes.. But black pau, first time I see.. Now macam macam hor.. But janji taste nice..

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    1. Yeah, macam macam ada... so must try each of everything.. :)

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  7. Duck??? I want!!!!!

    P.S. Oopsss!!! Looks like you've got SPAM, the comment before this.

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    1. Yes, its gone to the spam folder.. it is automatically deleted.. google is clever hor! I havent tried the duck.. I guess it should be nice too!

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  8. wah, so many nice food!! I love those buns, I remember you blogged about them before?? the shapes of them are also nice leh.. and then the CCF and noodles, aiyoh, making me drool only lah~~

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  9. Ipoh has a lot of Hakka is it? Because looks like Hakka noodle is pretty common there. Not so in Kuching although Hakka and Hokkien are predominant. ;)

    Indeed unique-looking buns you ordered. Very creative.

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  10. Hehehe....eat like this sure aunty claire will put on weight.

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  11. I have not eaten the black one before, the flower shape is nice...

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  12. I've to admit the buns look very interesting & the noodles look damn good lah!

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  13. Aiyo, more good food to tempt me!

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  14. The pao looks colorful and I enjoy looking at it.hahaha

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  15. This is the first time I heard of dumplings with mashed sweet potatoes! I would love to eat this!
    Seems like now the trend for dumplings have expanded and stuffed with almost anything edible & nice.
    Just like crow's meat pies and dumplings as example! Ever tried this yummy and blueky food? LOL
    I experienced a lot of dumplings in China that send my eye brows up. They even have salted vegies, rabbit meat and anything.... Eeeeeeeee

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