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To All The Food I Love Before In Ipoh...

TO ALL THE FOOD I LOVE BEFORE... Now I am back for I miss you more and more...

FOR THE FIRST FEW DAYS, I was having some jet lag, I could not sleep even though it was almost midnight.  Waking up early in the morning did not help either, I was feeling kind of groggy for the waking time in Malaysia is actually sleeping time in Scotland.  LOL.... But after a week, I was back to Malaysian time, appetite was at "full blast" and these are some of the food I have "walloped" since the day I came back....


My favorite noodles I have been craving for... 
Hot Piping Pan Mee at Bandaraya coffeeshop Ipoh next to Paragon Hotel... RM5 or so.. 
Appetizers while waiting for the noodles.... Less than RM4
On another morning, I had Yee Fatt Dry Curry Chicken Noodles...RM5.50
It has been a few years since I went there... 
And some condiments with the curry... 
Yee Fatt at Kampar Road, Ipoh...
On another morning, my friend took me to Bercham... 
Yearning for prawn noodles but this was not as appetizing as I expected to have... RM5
But the Lor Mai Kai was really good... RM4
The sticky rice was soft and tasty.... 
Saw somewhere a cafe was opened at Canning Garden...
Went there to try their Chicken Kunyit... around RM9
Nothing much to shout about... 
I was wondering whether it would be better if there were at least some greens on the plate?
Perhaps some slices of cucumber will enhance the presentation than just the meat?
Tried their snacks... hmmmm... RM1.50 + RM1
Well, I think I can skipped those too... 
Better stick back to my regular stalls...
The jelly fungus at Wooley will not be a mistake.... RM9
Nothing can go wrong with this combination.... 
Jelly Fungus with Paku Pakis... 
Had a bowl of Hor Hee at the Stadium during night fall... RM4.50
Desserts at Tai Soo, Anderson Road, Ipoh....
Tau Foo Far... and the ice cream taken from the Ice Kacang below.... 
Missed this lots!
Ipoh is certainly welcoming me with Food and More Food!

Comments

  1. Oh my. Everything is so good.

    Welcomd back to your familiar places and good old time food, Claire.

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    1. Thank you Rose.. will take my time to eat slowly...

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  2. I fully agree with you. At the end of the day, we still prefer our Ipoh food! Lol!

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    1. hahaha... then after some time, dont know what to eat already!

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  3. Welcome home!!! I would be grumpy and moody with jet lags! LOL
    You sure know how to enjoy all the good & yummy food! You attacked all the NSEW directions of Ipoh!

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    1. NSEW? or New? hahaha... Oh, you would be grumpy and moody? Yeah, perhaps lack of sleep is the cause.. .

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  4. See the lor mai kai makes me crave for it, must go eat it one of the day...

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  5. You sure walloped a lot of your Ipoh food. Rindu until like so geram hah..hah...

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  6. I gather Ipoh is another foodie place that has to be explored in addition to Sibu.

    What are in the jelly fungus? Is Hor Kee a soup of assorted fish balls and crullers? I guess the ice cream is an ABC ice cream.

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    1. Jelly fungus is hoi chit in cantonese... Hor Hee is something like koay teow thng in Penang...

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  7. You ate all these the day you came back? No wonder lah!!! Now sick already, cannot eat anything anymore. Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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  8. Welcome back to Malaysia!

    Heh... lunch time earlier today, 2 of my lunch gang (from Ipoh one) arguing where to get the best "liew fun" and "hor hee" in Ipoh, then now come back see your pictures...

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    1. Liew Fun.. many choices.. in old town, I would recommend the CT in the morning.. and for crispy liew lovers, go for the Buntong liew fun in town, original in Buntong N/V itself *opens night only* and brunch time at Farlim..

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  9. wah seh!!! we are now being bombarded with lotsa Ipoh foodie pics! gosh...am drooling when seeing all these nice & delicious food!

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    1. hahhaa.. after some time, I dont know what to eat already.. .

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  10. I like to eat all these food too but in small portions. Delicious!

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    1. Yes, small portions is nice... can try everything..

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  11. You had what we call Jet Lag. Wow, all your food is so pretty!! Welcome back!!!

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