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Ipoh Padang Curry House, Ipoh

FOR MANY DAYS, I HAVE BEEN YEARNING FOR INDIAN BREAKFAST!

There is an Indian shop near my house selling just what I wanted and I have been there so many times that I know how it taste like even before I put into my mouth.  I wanted something different, I mean different taste and when my ex-colleague invited me for breakfast yesterday, I suggested "Indian food?  Masala Tosai? Somewhere not near my house please... "   LOL...

Yes, she took me to a different place in town, it is called Ipoh Padang Curry House restaurant along Jalan Raja Ekram aka Cowan Street during my younger days.  I have not been there before and I am really yearning for Masala Tosai!
When it came, I began to indulge in it... 
After cutting it into half, I realized "oh oh... picture picture... "
Yes, I used fork and spoon instead of my hands... 
I am not good eating with my hands... 
All the remnants will be destroyed if I do that... 
My friend was a bit slower than me... hers was still untouched... original... 
LOL... 
Should have taken the inside fillings too...
Their potatoes are different... mashed up and cooked together with tomatoes...
I like the Taste!!
As if the Masala Tosai is not enough, we ordered one piece of Apom each... 
I took it with the curry instead of the santan they provided... 
Not sure how much it cost...
My friend picked the tab... 
I would like to go there once again... one day... 
Tomorrow perhaps....

Comments

  1. Does the masala tosai taste very different from the place near your house? I tend to think that the masala tosai served at different places all taste the same because they all are masala tosai. lolx!

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    1. Yes, definitely different from my house... that is why i like it..

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  2. My girl loves these! She's not keen on going back for more anymore though as the very nice and generous guy (originally from Taiping, Perak Mali one) kept letting us enjoy everything and would only collect a token sum from me. That day, the three of us had his nasi campur and he took RM10 from me only, inclusive of drinks. My girl said so shy to go and eat there.

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    1. I like your girl's character... good upbringing!

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  3. Aiyo...after see this I want masala tosai.... LOL!

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  4. Finally. Your craving has been satisfied. Lol.

    More Indian food again I bet.

    Next time I go to Curry House, I must order the masala tosai to try.

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  5. Looks like a giant tortilla stuffed with vegetables, and each sauce would make each bite taste different!!! YUM.

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  6. The sauces look good to me, i can eat a lot of the tosai

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  7. I am a bit funny. I always eat Indian food with my hands but not Malay food.
    I love all the tosai, chapati and roti chanai that fattens me up fast!

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