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Fulfilling Meal In Gunong Rapat And Greenhill Drive, Ipoh

Each time I post up my pictures, I felt a pang of regret... "Did I really eat all these at one go?"  Alright, I know...No turning back cos I definitely did taste all of the food in each post.  Ok, I used the word "taste" and not "finished"... that is a bit consoling... hahahaa... 

The way I am eating, I need detoxifying, right?  Each morning I drink my oatmeal before I leave for work and one more time while at work.  Oats are really effective ... they "wash" the "fats" away especially those that stuck to my body after dinner such as the below meal.....

My friends and I went to Gunong Rapat for our dinner and they took me to this place just next to the church on the main road.  I had not been there before... until this very night....
To my surprise, the crowd was already there eventhough it is a weekday.....
We waited around half hour before our food finally arrived....
We ordered different types of fried noodles....
With eggs and cockles...
With meat and prawns...
And one more plate with just prawns.... 
Forgot to take picture of that... too hungry by then.... 
Ordered some fish balls in clear soup....
And some fried stuff in Laksa soup....
Three plates of noodles plus the above varieties did not "satisfy" the three of us completely...
We agreed that the food above only covered around 70% on the whole....
Being so, we adjourned to our second round...
To fill up the empty space in our stomach.... 

We went to Crazy Ice Cream in Greenhill Drive!
Ordered a plate of french fries......RM4 something...
A banana split.... RM6.30
And This.....  RM6.30 too....
What can I say.... 
Yes, I do need another bout of detoxification tomorrow morning...
Oats... and more oats Please!


 

Comments

  1. I had some homemade fries for dinner just now. By homemade, I mean self-made ;)
    I think still okay lah, those noodles are proper food, at least not deep fried stuff like fast food or something..

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    1. Always home cooked ones are much better and healthier!

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  2. Wow! You ladies, I am assuming your friends are all ladies, are really difficult to satisfy. ;p

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    1. Yes, all ladies... and that is not surprising! :)

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  3. eh...the noodles very oily le.... need to detox!

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    1. Exactly.... wont go to this place for a long long time!

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  4. The fries and ice cream look out of this world!!!! They are also so American. I don't know how you eat this and stay so slim!!

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  5. P.S. I bet you are one of those people who have genetics that you can eat whatever you want and never gain much weight. Phil is like this.

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    1. Maybe we don't eat so many times per day... just one heavy meal will do...

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  6. Fried kway teow looks oily or is it because of the lighting. Love the ice cream.

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    1. Kuay teow by itself is oily... that is not so healthy noodles actually...

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  7. Were you using your SONY camera? I tried my new one that night and my pictures, one of them at least, turned out looking like yours. Still working at it, learning and using the special functions available...hoping to take nicer photos in darker settings. My CANON was better, slightly, without having to do anything, just clicked. :(

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    1. No, nowadays i use HP... lazy to take one extra gadget out when eating....

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  8. I love those noodles.. Enuff wok hei.. Eh no cooking post jor meh? You said you will try to cook more due to your back pain. Now ok jor mei? Ooooo I love that cute lik cup of trio ice cream.. I see mint chocolate chips, my favourite !!

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    1. Yes, back ok a bit...and nowadays really no time to cook cos friends invite, I cannot resist!

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  9. wah wah wah!! really a big feast that was!!! I love those ice-creams, because when I see ice-cream i-scream!! haha, and especially the last one for only RM6.30 I can see it's so huge in size!! 4 big scoops with friits, tempting!!!

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    1. Three scoops only la...if 4, very fattening... but we shared them out actually...

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  10. I will loves the fish ball in clear soup, hehe...

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  11. Oohh I miss those oily fried noodles! Haha.. can't get them like that here. I will be eating that in about a week's time. Woohoo!!

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  12. laksa, fried noodles, french fries and ice-cream...all are so fattening!! i like the ice-cream, it is so colorful and nicely decorated!

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    1. Yes, once awhile fine.. not too often.. too unhealthy! hahaha..

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  13. Ha ha...I am feeling crazy over the ice-creams from Crazy Ice-Cream at Greenhill.....but this time not crazy over the oily noodles lor, don't know about the taste.

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    1. Fried noodles are not so healthy... but once awhile ok..... and we shared it out among three of us... so eat a bit of this and that...

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  14. Hmm the desserts look more tempting to me xD

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