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Ipoh Breakfast At Mirindy, Hala Wah Keong

Recently I discovered two places where they served satisfying breakfast, in fact, these two shops are just five minutes drive from my house. Both of these shops are along the same row, one on the left corner and the other right corner. During weekends these two shops are crowded and a crowd means the food must be good!

This shop is called Mirindy and just only recently I know there is a Taman Mirindy here in Ipoh!  I usually called this area Wah Keong Park... oh well, never too late to learn, right?

So what do they offer here in Mirindy? 
Yes, Chee Cheong Fun....
While waiting for the main course, we ordered a plate to taste...
Not too bad.....
We also ordered a Giant Dumpling to keep our mouths busy...
Soon the noodles arrived....
Ipoh beansprouts overflowing.....
  
Hakka noodles... 
Very presentable... now only I realize.....
  
Generous fillings with minced meat and fried garlic.....
  
We saw these coming out from the kitchen....
Must be fresh from the wok!
These are very nice too....
Ok, fried stuff.... but once a week, should be fine....
Besides these noodles, they have curry chicken too...
Finished very fast, we managed to observe.... 
Saturday is just two days away....
Better go early to catch these "Good Food!"





Comments

  1. How come you can miss out this shop? So near to your house, easy to drop by any time you feel like it. All looks so good especially the deep fried stuff. They are so generous with the minced meat till the noodles was almost buried under it.

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  2. Oooo...I would love that pao! So much meat inside! Looks so good!

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  3. wah, look at those liew!! i love them so much, and somemore fresh from the kitchen?? sure very juicy and very crispy and very delicious!!! when i went to Ipoh, my friend brought me to the "Dai Shu Tow", tapao and then munch inside the car as snacks.. oh so nice!!

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    1. hahaha.. yes, tourists like big tree but I dont go there... too crowded..

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  4. I think I will go check out this place for my breakfast!

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    1. hahaha.. yes do go.. if cannot find, call me!

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    2. Claire, ooohh so disappointed...the shop is closed, probably its off day! So ended up eating at the other shop.....hmmm had a very good, tasty breakfast.

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  5. Love those beansprouts from Ipoh, so juicy, sweet and crunchy!

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  6. Usually it is those places closest to home that we always overlook :)
    That CCF looks rather good!

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    1. Yes, not too bad but I still prefer my CCF BF in Canning Garden.

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  7. I like the ccf best! Those food above are for how many people?

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    1. for me and siblings... I didn't snap all cos some were already eating before I could take.. :)

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  8. I like the big fat beansprouts..I also trying to stay away from deep fried stuff..I have not tasted any Hakka noodles before though we have plenty of Hakka in KK :(

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    1. I have yet to try the KK hakka.. must be nice too!!

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  9. i miss the big fat juicy beansprout!!

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  10. So close to your house, and you have not been before? What a great find!! Now you will not go hungry even when you do not have much time.

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    1. Yes, but the shops are always crowded in the mornings.. cos I wake up late too! :)

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  11. Mirindy sounds cute, like a pretty girl's name, hehe.. Love all the food.. Especially hakka mee and those fried stuffs.. Eat in moderation ok la.. I live dipping all my fried stuffs in mayonaise...

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  12. sounds very nice wor. I love with taugeh a lot especially if it is ipoh taugeh. it makes the noodles sweeter

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  13. Everything so good especially the deep fried stuff :)

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