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Family Food Fest At Wong Fee Kee In Bercham

The Makan Brothers are Back!
With them around, I can easily gain a kilo or two... no, I am not worrying... at my age, it is "nice" to have a bit more flesh here and there..  *self-consoling* 

We woke up quite early this morning ... 10am... and by 11, we reached the cleanest market, ie the Canning Garden one... the least stalls but nevertheless, it was neat... tidy and most of all, it has the New Year atmosphere!
Just look at the bougainvilleas... 
with the red and yellows lanterns... 
We couldn't resist not taking a picture or two...
We got some stuff for dinner this evening and off we went.... 
So convenient though the things here are a bit more pricey than the normal markets..

For our breakfast or should I say Lunch... 
We drove to Wong Fee Kee in Bercham for lunch...
Each of us ordered a plate of noodles....
and we ordered some Roasted Pork to go with them....
Some "Tau Foo" as well...
 Crispy Beancurd skin....
and needless to say.. 
a bowl of curry pork skin and long beans...
Our first meal of the day!
The Food Session in IPOH has started!!



Comments

  1. I come back ah...you bring me out!

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  2. wah.. siew yoke with fried noodles, nice lah.. and the crispy beancurd and pork skin.. fuyoh!! too good to be missed for a breakfast, haha.. and errr, your children all in red but you are in yellow!! like Empress Dowager lah~~ :D

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  3. CNY celebration started...all wearing red or yellow (hong & wong). Roasted pork & liew...very nice breakfast.

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  4. CNY, if not makan then is huat time lah... hehehehe XD

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  5. Good to see that all of you are ready to celebrate CNY now! Nice!

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  6. The lanterns on the tree are so pretty! But not as pretty as you in that yellow shirt!

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  7. All red except you. Why ah? So nice, everybody's home. Many young people these days would rather jet off some place on a holiday. You have such loving children.

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    1. Thank you Arthur.. CNY is the time to come home...

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  8. Wooot, the boys are back, everyone is back, yippeeee! I love the roasted pork the most, and those fried crispy stuffs, yummmzzz...

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  9. So nice all are back for CNY. House full of laughter & sound. Nice lunch you have there.

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  10. This is the time to eat! Tomorrow CNY eve even more makan :D I have yet to eat curry pork skin. It really sounds delicious ha..ha...

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  11. Must be very happy to see all your children coming back! I am still working, even for tomorrow :(
    Anyway, Happy New Year to you and your family, Gong Hei Gong Hei!

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    1. Oh..you are the hardworking one! Happy CNY to you too!

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