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Mun Soon At Boon Pak Garden, Ipoh

FIRST TIME TO MUN SOON...

My friends know better, this couple eat out quite often and it is a wonder that they could remember the names of the shop too.  And I, being a food blogger for more than 10 years now is still learning from my friend who has just started blogging four years ago!  LOL...

Now what I normally do is to go to her blog and get the name of the place which we go to for our meals.  LOL... So easy and convenient as she is more updated than me, she blogs real quick, her posts her more current so to say.  I have been slacking lately, maybe due to my busy schedule, running up and down every now and then to here and there to goodness knows where.  LOL...

Back to my present post, we had dinner here one fine evening.... Mun Soon is the name and we waited nearly one whole hour before our food was served on our table!   Price is pretty reasonable here, around RM60 for the four of us with these dishes below...
Marinated Pork Ribs but without bones... 
And happy smiles when the "camera" gets to eat first!

Four types of vegetables with belacan sambal...
Steamed fish with their special sauce... 
And a simple Foo Yoong egg with shrimps... 
Oh yeah, we ordered a bowl of soup too...
Yes, these five dishes cost RM60... not bad, right?

Comments

  1. Looking very good, especially the omelet!

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  2. That fish with special sauce looks like one I had not too long ago, very nice!

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  3. Good price! Less than RM12 per dish since you all ordered rice and perhaps drinks too.

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  4. We really pampered our phones, right? They get to eat everything first! We must make a return trip to try other dishes.

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  5. So now everyone will feed their camera first regardless of the photographers' age right? :D

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  6. One hour? Must be good. Yummy. The steamed fish with special sauce looked delicious.

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