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Tasty Food In Sg Buloh Old Industrial Area

Drove down to Sg Buloh around 10am on a sunny Sunday morning and reached there around lunch time.  Had our lunch at the same old regular shop at the industrial area called Family Restaurant. Indeed it is always a time of family bonding in this shop....
Here we are.... at the Sg Buloh Industrial Area.....
A picture to remember while waiting for our food....
Big bowl of Sarawak Kolo Mee.... 
Love the taste...  and the toppings full to the brim... RM7
Popiah is also not bad... very crunchy fillings too!
Ordered some Roasted Duck.....
To go with the noodles...!
This time no Fish Noodles because it was not opened...
Gave me the chance to try something different this time for once!


Comments

  1. Popiah looks good...and I love duck! Kolo mee, no lah...I'll have it here or in Kuching.

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  2. Nice family lunch . I like duck and popiah. Sarawak kolo mee???..yes, it does look like but does it taste alike, hmmm!!!

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  3. I go Ipoh, you bring me, here, here and here for yummy yummy food ya... hehe...

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  4. Everything looks good! It's near dinner time now, looking at your photos make me even hungrier LOL!

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  5. Now that I see the popiah photo, it reminds me: How long have I not tasted popiah now? I can't remember the last time I had popiah! OMG!

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  6. Sg Buloh Industrial Area?? hmmmm, could it be the place where one of my friend is working?? the food certainly looks good, love the popiah and also the roast duck noodles!! delicious!!!

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  7. I remember that shirt! I've been to Sg.Buloh only twice or thrice, for lunch.. They say there's one pan mee, bestest on earth, finish selling by 11am everyday.. Duno how true is that.. All the food looks good.. I like that plate of roast duck. One plate is never enough for me.. I can eat a whole duck !

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  8. piak me...still have not visited that place yet

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  9. So nice ! All great hawker food !

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  10. roasted duck!!! long time nvr have one liao....how much is the roasted duck noodle?

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  11. I ve just tried the roasted duck not long ago. I thought they were quite generous with the meat.

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  12. I am into roasted duck! The kolo mee looks good as well.

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  13. Hahaha I was going to ask you about the fish noodle. So it is also not open when you were there. I wonder what days it open and close.

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  14. wow so far! that noodles look good, i think even better to go with roasted duck!

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