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Breakfast At Kundang Jaya, Lunch At Keng Kee, Rawang

EARLY NEXT MORNING, MY FRIEND TOOK US TO KUNDANG JAYA.... Woke up late but the noodles were not sold out yet, fortunately...  The noodles here are called "Loe Shu Fun" and they are homemade too, something very different from the ones we have in Ipoh....
We ordered the soupy and the dry version and it normally comes with two meat balls...
Local meat balls not the imported ones like IKEA... hahahaa...
I like them cos Ipoh doesn't have this type in Ipoh...
I don't mind eating four or five of these meat balls....
My friend likes the chewy Loe Shu Fun but I guess I am used to eating the Ipoh-made ones...
Fast forward.... we went out for our lunch at 1.30pm cos our train was scheduled at 3.45pm...
Though we were still kinda of full, I know I wouldn't want to leave Rawang without coming here....
How could we leave without eating these fresh, yummy, tasty fish beancurd???
One regret though... we should have ordered a Large portion instead of small...
These clams were not left out too....
Lor Mee in vinegar...
Something like the ones I eat in Penang....
And their signature dish is Yam Noodles... 
Practically every mouthful we could taste the yam flavour and it was just too "yammylicious!"
The portions were all small and the bill came to around RM60 with drinks...
Well, I certainly would love to come here again for a bit of everything above...
hahahaaaaa...


Comments

  1. wah, this Ipoh Food Mayor eats even more things than me who live here leh.. i have not even been to these two places.. the noodles looks nice woh, homemade and i am sure they are springy enough and goes well with the homemade meatballs too.. and yam noodles?? fuyoh, never heard about it but reading what you wrote makes me hungry already..

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  2. Two meatballs not enough for me. Looks like you had quite a bit of fun tasting here and there.

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    1. That is why I love traveling... can eat lots of different food... :)

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  3. Indeed, this is a fantastic foodie weekend! From breakfast to lunch, everything looks so good and tasty. That meat balls is really special.

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    1. I think we can make them too.. but have to pour in a lot of oil... anyway, buy la.. easier and faster!

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    1. hahahaha... minced meat and then fry... easy right? hahahaa.. but I talk only...

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  5. Meatballs look really good! I love noodles in clear soup. Hokkien mee looks good too, not like the ones here. :(

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  6. Looked good. I love clams too. Spicy and sweet sauce.

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  7. I want to see how Ipoh's lou shee fun is like now... The ones you had in this post, is the ones I am used to...

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    1. Oh really! I think I have posted Ipoh ones many times... wait.. next time I post again...

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  8. I love fried meat balls anytime

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