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Have Food Will Travel.. Gunong Rapat To First Garden

FROM THE CULTURAL VILLAGE, WE ADJOURNED FOR OUR LUNCH IN GUNONG RAPAT, just a very short distance away...  This shop is special for their varieties of noodles, fish paste, curry, soup and laksa!  It is located on the main road in Gunong Rapat, just opposite the main market....
It was super crowded when we arrived.... looked kind of discouraging but then after seeing the numerous types of fish paste at the entrance, we just had to get in by hook or by crook... hahahaa...
But then... thanks to Elin and her hubby,
 they managed to get a table for they arrived much earlier than us... 
And now for the orders...
There are lots more... just couldn't take them all.... 
Waited more than half an hour for our food to arrive... 
Eight bowls of noodles with the above and a bowl of stewed chicken feet, 
the bill came to around RM45....
Certainly they will see us again the next time... !  

All had not ended yet after our lunch in Gunong Rapat...
From there, we drove for another half hour to First Garden!
We went for another bout of food...
A long queue was at the scene but thanks to Nancy's hubby, 
we managed to get our "treasures" on the table pretty fast!
  Oh my goodness!!
Still warm and crispy!!
  Just look at this transparent piece of thing!
  hahahaha...
Thank you Nancy and hubby for the RP fest!
Indeed everything was good including the fresh lime juice!!
Just perfect on this hot sunny Sunday...
Phewww.. what a Feast!

Comments

  1. A good thing the roast pork stall was open for business. I must go try the G.Rapat stall soon, haven't been there yet. Happy to meet all the new friends..lol!

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    1. Me too..never been before. The 'liews:are nice. Thanks Claire for the intro :)

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    2. Welcome, Ladies! Hope you like them!

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  2. when all the foodie gathers, there is surely nothing that you will not do for food!! hahaha..

    i have been to that restaurant in Gunung Rapat, but that time i went was rather late afternoon hence not as much varieties left.. but of course i didn't have to wait for 45 minutes, haha~~ :)

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    1. Go normal days, no need to wait for tables too.. just sit down and relax.. hahaha..

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  3. wah............. that RP will be a 'mustdomustvisitmusteat' the next time round...

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    1. hahahhaa.... Must call Mr. Loke too .. kill the Q... hahaha...

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  4. Must try the liew again on a not so crowded day. Kihkihkih. Wanna try the asam laksa. Saw next table ordered that.

    Thank you, Elin and hubby, for chup the table . kihkihkih

    Wah the RP...good recommendations leh, Nancy. J sapu all the crunchy skin till syok syok

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    1. Next day we got to plan what to eat... yes, everyone plays a part... hahaha

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  5. Ah, I see Small Kucing is there. Good food good company!

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  6. It was warm Sunday here too. Really sweating like crazy!!

    Not bad, just more than half an hour for food.

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    1. With good company, time was not that slow... :)

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  7. Haha, "have food will travel".. I think it's "have food will willing to travel".. OMG, I see siew yok and fried siew kau.. I want all!

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  8. Ooooo...yong tofu in clear soup!!! I like!!! Not so fond of the dry ones.

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  9. With friends around, can chit chat, half an hour very fast passed

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  10. See all the liew feel so hungry even though I am having lunch right now LOL! If I were there, wah, sure sapu kau kau the siew yoke.

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    1. shhh... hopefully the shop owner wont read this.. otherwise... hahaha..

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  12. I have read your post. very nice. I love the food at all difficult to handle temptation.These foods are good for health. happycookerz.com

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  13. I always love pork dishes and this one is the best! Char siew, pork belly and sausages! Yummy.

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  14. Oh, i would love to come here and enjoy that dishs with my family.
    i'm sure my parents would love this.

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