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Glutinous Rice At Sun Yuan Loong, Jalan Bendahara, Ipoh

WOKE UP EARLY THIS MORNING... and I feel like taking my breakfast outside rather than buying back today.  Thinking of eating the special Hainanese breakfast at the Cathay restaurant, I was told that they serve authentic breakfast such as butter, kaya toast with eggs there.  Even though this type of breakfast we could easily prepare it in our own homes, I wanted to try out what my friend meant by "very nice Hainanese breakfast"......

Alas, we did not manage to.... the restaurant was closed!  Oh yeah, perhaps it was due to the Chap Goh Mei celebration yesterday, that the shop is closed today.  No worries, we can always come by another day.  So... Plan B.... where and what to eat?  Still thinking of toast bread, we ended up in Sun Yuan Loong, famous for their white coffee and toast too.  

Besides the toasted bread which I had conveniently forgot to take picture, I ordered these two plates to eat as well!   Yes, I do have an enormous appetite in the morning! 
I tried one stall selling Chee Cheong Fun.... 
Nothing much to shout about... Ok Ok only... 
Then I also ordered from another stall, not knowing what to expect... 
This lady only sells glutinous rice... 
The last time I went, it was sold out...
This morning I managed to "capture" it... 
The lady who manned this stall is such a polite and friendly person...
That adds marks to the food!  LOL... 
For this set, it cost RM5.50 and I feel it is very justified!
I must come back another time to try her Nasi Kunyit as well!


  1. I hope you can return to the other place whenever they open.

  2. Is the rice like lor mai kai? I like kunyit pulut rice - had it once at a nyonya stall at PJ, never came across it again.

  3. With siew yuk, only rm5.50? What a superbly good price.

  4. the glutinous rice looks good...with siew yuk somemore...very good price! What is the curry side dish for?


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