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Moon De Moon At Wah Keong Garden, Ipoh

My girl came back for the weekend and she heard that Moon De Moon served very nice chicken koay teow... She suggested going there for our breakfast but upon reaching, the noodles and the fish balls were all sold out!  Okay, we were a bit too late and this weekend, we must wake up a bit earlier if we want to savour the smooth noodles.

Moon De Moon is in Wah Keong Garden, just a short distance from our place and this time we managed to catch "the early worm".....
Very popular stall... 
We waited nearly 20-25 minutes for the food to arrive... 
Very worth eating...
For RM4, the quality is there...
The soup is just enough to cover the noodles...
They have curry chicken too besides the chicken soup noodles....
I ordered the dried version...  
Smooth koay teow and the sauce suits me fine....
These are Fookchow fish balls... RM1 for each...
The difference between the normal fish balls I normally have.....
My other two kids will crave for these once they read this post!
 Soon... sons... .sooooon!

Comments

  1. Looks like spicy kue tiaw too. :-)

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    1. No, it is not spicy.. the orange colour is the prawn soup base...

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  2. Fishballs with meat fillings??..something new to me. I was wondering too if the kway teow soup is spicy.

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    1. No, it is not spicy.. my girl cannot take spicy too...

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  3. Wow, the soup looks very "gao".. It is not the normal Ipoh hor fun is it?

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    1. Yes, it is normal hor fun.. only the soup is full of fragrance... orange means very nice!

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  4. Soup? Looks like tomato kway teow. My post on that day after tomorrow. Ya, Foochow fish balls have minced meat inside. Can get here too.

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    1. No, it is nothing like tomato.. I don't take tomato soup, this orange in colour comes from the fresh prawn stock.. that is what makes it tasty... fresh prawns and chicken..

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  5. Kai si hor fun? Wah the soup looks very rice, full of 'prawn oil' goodness.. Must be very sweet.. Your dry version looks like Penang lor mee, guess that must be tasty too.. Very hoiwai.. I like..

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    1. Yes, you are the only one here who can identity the orangeness so far... hahahaa...

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    2. This Princess Ribbon has bionic eyes! We all know her sharp eyes always spotted what humans could not see. I suspect her office pc monitor is 32 inches!! Wakakaka

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    1. Not too bad.. something to chew while waiting.. :)

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  7. aiyo waited 20-25 mins! must be really famous!

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    1. Yeah.. wanna bring you there too? You wont regret!

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  8. I crave for all the ipoh food.... coming home soon during year end!

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  9. Food looks good enough for me. How early must we be there to catch the worms?

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    1. Best is before 10am.. if late, then can eat the kon loe only.... soup habis.. :)

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  10. It all looks very good, really worth the wait!

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  11. wah, Moon De Moon!!! sounds like a posh cafe but surprised to see it being just a stall inside a kopitiam.. the noodles look good, I like the curry leh.. and of course the very juicy bouncy springy tasty spurty foochew fishball!!! nom nom nom~~

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    1. Hope you can nom nom nom when you come to Ipoh next time.!

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  12. I say, I want to eat all the above!

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    1. Next time when you come Ipoh, if you don't know the way, LET me know.. hahaaa...

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  13. wah nice looking leh. makes me drool jor

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    1. You must stay overnight then only can taste.. :)

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  14. I like that fish ball with pork filling inside...the kuey teow soup for RM4 is a bargain! hard to find this price in KL anymore...

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    1. Yeah, not surprising in KL... after I put this up, I hope they wont increase price.. .hahahaa.

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  15. Everything looks good, sometimes I'd rather have these simple plain noodles rather a heavy ones.

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    1. Yeah, for small eaters like us, we can have a bit of everything above.. :)

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  16. I love the way you blew trumpet ~ Soon... sons... .sooooon!
    You really bring lots of joy and fun for your kids. They always look forward to go home to visit their loving mama!

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