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Morning And Evening Meals In Ipoh Food Town

MORNING AND EVENING FOOD...

I always look for the first meal of the day outside... no home food in the mornings.  I will feed myself up to the brim and that is it for the whole day till sun sets.  The moment I open my eyes in the morning, I will think of what to eat for breakfast.  LOL...

But before going out, I will drink a water followed by a mug of fruit juice... *provided I am not lazy and fruits are available*.... then after doing the normal household chores and freshening up, the car will zoom to where I want to go.  If I do not have anyone to eat with me, my breakfast will be "tar-pau-ed" *takeaway*... I still cannot take a meal eating alone in a shop, all by myself.... If possible, I want COMPANY!  LOL..
Yes, this morning I have company... 
We went for Hakka noodles near Ali Pitchay Road, just next to the Methodist Kindergarten... 
With a couple of these fish balls to go with the noodles... 
A big bowl of noodles and these can last me one whole day...

Till evening, when the sun sets....
We went for a super meal at Souper Tang at AEON Kinta City..
Nice ambience.... 
I had Fish Porridge with condiments like these.... 
A Treasure Pot to go with it... 
Never mind the cholesterol.... 
Followed by the dessert-licious Tau Foo Far with the thick Ginger syrup...
Best... BEST!
Next time I just wanna go for the dessert... 
It cost RM6.90 each and I think I will order two for myself!
LOL.....


Comments

  1. Wow! The dessert looks so irresistable, I like the ambience of Souper Tang's interior, always so nice

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  2. The Hakka Noodles look the yummiest to me! Have you ever made them? Wish I could! So we both eat only two meals a day! That is the secret to your slimness.

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    1. Yes, two meals per day excluding snacks.. hahaaa

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  3. Wahhhhh!!!! That souper place sure looks very very high class.

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  4. I love the pot of fish porridge and the dessert, hakka noodle looks good too.

    Happy New Year 2018 to you, Claire.

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    1. Thank God for the food... Happy New Year, Yannie!

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  5. I have eaten the tau foo far at souper tang kl but they did not pour the ginger syrup on top in the middle like that.

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  6. Aeon mall is opening soon at my place. Yahoo

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  7. I like company too. More fun.

    I like the tresure pot and the taufu hua. Yum yum.

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  8. hah..hah...nice! Buka mata, cari makan! Happy New Year to you and your family, Claire!

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