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Tina's Kitchen aka Little John Debut Opening At Yee Lock, Ipoh

THIS MORNING I WENT OUT FOR AN EARLY BREAKFAST to meet up with my foodie friends... When I said "early", it means I woke up earlier than my normal time and I reached our scheduled place before 9am...  That shows how early I woke up! hahahaha...

After I parked my car, I whatsapp my friends... only one replied saying she was about to reach... then thinking I would be alone in the coffeeshop, I waited in the car instead for about ten minutes with the engine running... ooppsss.. no good, right?  So I quickly switched off the engine and out I walked, slowly and steadily to the shop across the road... It is called Yee Lock, the first shop along Leong Sin Nam Street....
Our purpose coming here is to try out Tina's Kitchen aka Little John!
Their stall just made their debut today.... 
Yes, the picture above may look familiar to some, it is taken from her Facebook.. :)
When I entered, one of my foodie friends was already sitting there...
Aiyah... I shouldn't have sat in the car for ten minutes!!
In fact she was already half way finishing her bowl of curry noodles!
Anyway... my purpose is to come here to try Tina's stall... 
 And I did.... I ordered their special Loe Shu Fun...
It came with these ingredients.... Meat balls, minced meat and Ikan Bilis *anchoives*
How does it taste?
Well, it certainly suits my taste buds... 
Besides my order, they serve Laksa too!
Yummmsss... my friend ordered this... 
I love Laksa too but I cannot eat it early in the morning...
But then I couldn't resist, I took a spoonful from her bowl...
heheheee..
 So how did they fare?
hmmmm... 
We must come here again and again!!

Comments

  1. I have a friend named Yee Lock, my classmate in school. Ummm...who's Tina?

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    1. It is the name of the stall inside Yee Lock shop..

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  2. nice loe shu fun with minced meat and laksa with fuchuk..

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  3. I will buy both types and share with my friend because both look so tasty!

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  4. How come I don't get to get these type of food when I am back in Ipoh... sigh.. maybe all closed during CNY.

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    1. Not opened yet this stall..just opened yesterday

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  5. Loe shu fun is my choice. Would be better if they add some more greens. That looks like meatballs to me & see how they split them. Yummssss

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    1. Yes, you are right.. should have some greens then best!!

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  6. So hou meang, wokeup and ready by 9am.. I wakeup at 5.30am everyday including weekends, boohoo..

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  7. This Tina must be pretty famous. ^^

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  8. I want to try the Loh Shu Fun on my next trip there.

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  9. This coffee shop is opp Wah Nam ? The Laksa looks good :)

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    1. No, this shop is the opposite end of Wah Nam... yes, laksa is nice according to Nancy...

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  10. The stall is now named Little John's Assam Laksa and Hakka Loh See Fun. Thanks and glad you all liked the food

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  11. By the way the Loh See Fun is served with Pork Meat balls and not fish balls. Thanks again

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