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Our Late Lunch At TWT, Ipoh

WEDNESDAY ITINERARY...

Made an appointment with my sister and my auntie the night before and woke up early to fetch them for breaking fast.  hmmm... what did we have?  Oh yeah, I took them for a 20 minutes drive to Pulau Sembilan for Chicken Koay Teow soup.  Normally this place is crowded even on weekdays but due to our Mr. V, we got our breakfast served in less than 10 minutes instead of half hour.  What a drastic change!  I won't complain the long wait next time, waiting longer means it is safe for everyone to go out with peace...

After our breakfast, we went to AEON at Station 18.  It was only 10.30am when we reached, again, no hassle with parking at this time.  I can even choose the best spot, near and shaded.  We walked around, up and down and by the time we finished our shopping, it was more than 3 hours!  Unbelievable, I told my sis!  By then we were quite hungry when we reached TWT for our lunch... it was almost 2pm....

We ordered 2 set lunch to share since the three of us are small eaters... ahemmm... The set lunch came with a drinks, soup and a main course which is priced at RM23.90
The ambiance of TWT after 2pm...
There were only 2 tables occupied... ours and another... 
Set lunch came with the soup of the day....
Pumpkin with mushroom, if I am not mistaken... 
My sis and my auntie had these to themselves...
cos I am not a fan of this type of soup....
We shared the BBQ chicken chop with rice...
Actually they let us choose, either rice or french fries.... 
Aglio Olio with crispy bacon for the second set.... 
I think I had eaten a lot of Olio-s lately...
I better skip for this for the rest of the month... 


Comments

  1. Love the presentation of the food. At first i thought mr v is your frend who helps to make reservation for you, now i know what mr v stands for, lolx.

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  2. the set lunch is very reasonable at RM23.90!

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  3. My girl loves those rich and creamy soup, pumpkin, mushroom...we cook our own so often. Oooo...bacon! I like. Rice...with western fare? Hmmm...no, thank you. Love the look of all those herbs on the chicken. Must be so fragrant!

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  4. This looks like a lovely place! I am wondering, is there any corona virus there yet?

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  5. no cases at your side yet, right? food looks good. Here people are still going out a lot to the malls.

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  6. The sets look good. I must go there one day to try. Every where business is slow these days.

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  7. I am also not a fan of ang moh soups especially those creamy ones.

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  8. The chicken chop looked huge! Aglio Olio looked good here.

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