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Light Snacks And Desserts In Jelapang

For many days Our darling city, Ipoh had not seen the sun.... And when it appeared this morning, it was indeed a welcoming sight.... Floods that have been looming around the lowlands for the past couple of weeks will gradually subside in no time.... Provided our sunshine continues to shine and the rain to stay away.....

Coming back to the eve of 2015, the hot sunny day was spent quenching our thirst and "attacking" their famous rojak in Jelapang.......
                              The shop I have nearly forgotten until this afternoon.....
                                           The Jelapang Rojak.....
                                    
                        Quenched down with an alluring ABC also known as ice kacang....
Besides these, we also ordered a plate of tasty noodles and a piece of pancake (Tai Kau Meen) with peanuts and corn fillings.... Oh dear, come to think of it....it was not a light lunch after all... 

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  1. Claire, this is my regular place. I love all those you have mentioned.

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  2. I noticed dried cuttlefish in the rojak, very unusual. I like the ABC.

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  3. Wah, the Jelapang rojak looks yummy! I wanna try!

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  4. May you and your family be blessed with good health in 2015! Tau Kao Mean is tasty! Jelapang seems to have good food.

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  5. You look especially pretty today. This place looks wonderful!

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  6. Ooo I see 'yau yue pin' in the rojak, never seen those before in my rojak.. Usually just keropok.. Must be tasty, yummzzz..

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  7. For a New Year Eve's meal, it is definitely light XD

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  8. Rojak and Ice Kacang! I want that as a main meal and not just as snacks :)

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  9. yuuummmmmzzzz...so long never have ice kacang....Looks good!

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