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My NAAN At Old Andersonian Club And Cafeteria, Ipoh

My food stint in Selangor has ended... back to simple food and for the past one week, I have been eating oil-less food.. plain porridge, soupy noodles, bread, oats, yogurt... BG22... hahahaa.... OK... OK... I know this sounds unbelievable! But I did partake the above food after some "heavy" meals in Klang valley... 

Then one evening while driving home from work, I passed by a school... and FOOD came to my mind!  I wanted to come here for FOOD that very evening!
Yes, Andersonian's Club in Anderson School itself!
Believe it or not....
This is the First time I ever stepped in here.....
I heard of this place many times but it always slip from  my mind.....
Beautiful place here... 
Anderson School in IPOH...
Very quiet and serene ....
Clean and pleasant...
The staff was also very friendly...
He recommended these dishes to us...
Naan with potatoes....RM4
This is another type of naan... I forgot the name... but it is plain.... RM2
 We love this "BOMBS" Puri.... RM3
They looks so GOOD!
Very fresh... I could eat one set of these...
Okra.... 
The sauce might be red but it is not spicy at all.....
This is Chicken something-something........ 
Not so spicy too... as to my request...
 hahahaa...
And the staff highly recommended this Boneless Fish in Gravy!  RM14
I would recommend this dish to you too!! 
The fish is very fresh.... 
It can go well with rice, capati or naan....
Here are our dishes.... RM37
This no-rice meal is for three of us ...
Will I go there for the second time again?
Well... my answer is this.... 
It would be a loss if I don't! 
hahahaa...

Comments

  1. What"s BG22?
    Chicken something something.. chicken tikka massala kot.. I guessing only XD

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    1. I also wanted to ask what is BG22!

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    2. hahha...SK got it right!! Yes, it is oatsmilk.. to lower down cholesterol... hahaha... SK must be taking it too... huh?

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  2. I've passed by the Anderson School and I gotta agree it's a very beautiful place.. and those food you ordered, wow!! so delicious lah.. I love the naan and also those masala tikka or whatever you call it.. and enough for 3 ppl yet just RM37!!! oooh, sure must go again la~~

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    1. Yeah.. must order different food this time round... I like the Puri la.. so fresh and nice!

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  3. Both dishes have same colour. Is the taste the same? Reasonable price and portion is huge.

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    1. Three dishes same colour.. but different flavour... I like!

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  4. Oh I did not know that there is a club in a school that the public can go for meals in Ipoh. How special! Hehehe, do you know whether naan is more fattening or plain white rice is more fattening? I can't be bothered to find out because I give up my rice to be able to eat food like naan, hahaha!

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    1. hahahaa.. yeah, we better don't find out la otherwise no meaning in life! hahahaa...

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  5. The outdoor setting is just gorgeous! But I am confused, this is really a school? Then how is it a restaurant...maybe in another wing of the building?

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    1. It is a school and this cafe is near the entrance, another side entrance actually..

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  6. all dishes looks fiery red...hahaha...really fooled me into thinking that as superbly spicy by just looking at it! so this is a club for Andersonian alumni?

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  7. huh ? I stayed in Ipoh for so long and never been there before! And, it's so near to my old home! aiyo... the curry looks really good.

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    1. Yes, near your old home.. next time go there and try!

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  8. Eh everything looks red but lucky not spicy hehe.. Oohh that potatoes naan look so pretty.. Like got cheese or something.. I like garlic naan, very nice.. I also like no-rice meal, I would like to have these kinda food once a week too..

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    1. Indian cuisine, not necessarily spicy...especially North Indian.

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    2. Yes, they are not spicy otherwise I would have problem too! hahaha...

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  9. Beautiful!!! Now you got me craving - I think I will have to go to the only Indian restaurant in town now for some naan. :(

    The school looks so beautiful. St Michael's also like this, right? We have one here, Methodist, something like this too. So thankful they did not demolish the original front block to build those modern monstrosities!!!

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    1. I also want to eat some naan after coming back from a short holiday in Penang! :)

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    1. No spicy food for you? Ok, strike this off the list... hehehe

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  11. Oh i'm craving for naan too! We are going tomorrow! My dad has some plans for today so yea, it'll be tomorrow!

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    1. Alright!! See your naan some time next week?? :)

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  12. I'm not a fan of Indian food, but the nan with potatoes definitely looks tempting!

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    1. Yes, once awhile, I like to go for Indian food...

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  13. Alamak! More good food. That naan with potatoes looks good. And I love all the dishes even if I did not get to taste hah..hah...

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