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First Time To Ipoh Restaurant Along Jalan Masjid, Ipoh

Before my girl went back to her college,we went to town for dinner. There is one corner shop along Jalan Masjid, it is called Ipoh Restaurant. (Nowadays all eatery places are called restaurants with or without aircon)  Elin went there before and she recommended this to me a couple of months back. But I kept forgetting about this place till yesterday evening.  I always like to try out new stuff... next time I better record it in my "reminder" apps.....

To avoid the crowd, we reached Ipoh Restaurant around 6pm.... there were around five to six tables already occupied, they must have come around 5.30pm!  Anyway, there is one friendly "auntie" who took the orders, she recommended the below food for the three of us....
This is their signature dish...
Salted Fish Minced Meat.... 
I would like to recommend this to anyone who goes there too!
Portion is quite big... enough for the three of us...
Beancurd with two "moderate size" prawns.....
Salted eggs with mini french beans.... (Tau Miu)
We ordered two "double boiled" soup...
This is "Fun Kwok"...
Good for bones according to the Chinese...
 I need to drink this more often....
And as for the bill, it came to RM47 for the three of us...
This meal has no "guessing price discount as in this meal...
This is a Must-Pay-Meal...
hahahaaa....

Comments

  1. Okay wor, all my type of dish. I thought your kids working d? How come still mom pay? So char siu meh XD

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    1. My girl is still studying leh... not working yet... anyway, who pays, it doesnt matter... as long as got money to pay... :)

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  2. Big or small, now all of them are called restaurants! Lol.

    That salted fish meat mince sure looks good. I must try it out when go to Ipoh. And that soup too. Never had this before.

    Price is okay for 3 of you.

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    1. Yes, no more calling coffeeshops as in my younger days.. restaurants were those posh and classy ones those days...

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  3. wah, can't believe this was our Ipoh Food Mayor's virgin visit to the restaurant!! nice dishes leh, love the salted fish minced meat and the salted egg baby french beans.. these two dishes alone can help me wallop 2 bowls of rice, haha.. RM47 for that, not expensive woh..

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    1. hahhaa... I believe you can... ! Hope you get to taste them one day!

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  4. You no gip address how to go next time? Give you a buzz right. Wow yummy signature dish

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    1. YES!! Give me a buzz.. or google Masjid Street, or Hume street... :)

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  5. Salted fish minced meat sounds interesting & new to me. Anything with salted fish sure makes one has a good appetite. Price is reasonable.

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    1. Yes, I also agree.... only that we don't get to eat them at home....

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  6. It's a surprise....I've never been to this place despite growing up in Ipoh all my life...

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    1. Me too.. till that day .... I think opened not too long ago?

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  7. I think I like all the dishes you ordered and the price is affordable too.

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    1. I also agree with you.. price is not too bad...

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  8. I like all dishes too...but not sure of the soup coz never heard before.
    pricewise is OK for a 3 dish 1 soup meal.

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    1. The soup is very nice too.. I think you will like it..

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  9. The mincemeat looks awesome!! And also the bean curd. Here, we have to go at four thirty or five if we want to avoid the crowd. And Friday night, just forget it unless you go very early, long lines everywhere, even at McDonald's!

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    1. Oh, you are also a early diner? Yes, to avoid crowds, we have to go out earlier...

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  10. All, I like... Ummmm...no meat? Perfect for my Fridays, my no-meat day.

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  11. Food looks good.. Everytime when I see tofu in starchy (eggy, with or without) sauce, I sure like, hehe.. Harm yue minced meat? Texture looks like fish cake but I guess its very nice and heong with harm yue smell.. Oohh yes I like lingau fun kwok hung jou soup too, you can boil yourself also ma, mil likes to add pig tail inside too, sedapppppp..

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    1. Very poe toong dishes, right? I like all types of soup... as long as they are soups. hahahaa..s

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  12. If Pete see this soup he will laugh like crazy ...eh go tag him in FB la

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  13. I like the Salted Fish Minced Meat, hehe...

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  14. Wah ...so good. Eat fat fat before going back to study.

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  15. Nice simple meal. All the dishes I like!

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