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Eating Out At Bandaraya And Bercham, Ipoh

BREAKING FREE.....  Thank God that Ipoh is free from any new cases for the past few days.  Hope it stays that way and our country will be Covid free in days to come and we can start to move around freely again.  I do not mind wearing masks or scanning MySejaterah from now on as long as I can go traveling again!  LOL...

Yesterday we had our breakfast at Bandaraya restaurant near Paragon Hotel.  It has been a year or so since we last had our food there.  The famous stall is the one selling Pan Mee but we did not order that for our breakfast.  Instead we ordered something simple and yet, it lasted me nearly the whole day after eating that.

Yes, the glutinous rice.... a big plate of it too... 
Of course, I shared, I couldn't finish such a big portion...
The whole set cost RM6.40 minus the coffee....
Around noon, we went out again....
I didn't really want to take lunch...
But after reaching this place here in Bercham, I forgot I was full.... 
A small stall selling the above menu plus some dishes here...
The dishes looked good to me....
Ended up with these.... 
And a piece of chicken.... 
Ice kacang for desserts....
And ended up buying back Laksa and a piece of fried fish... 
All in cost around RM20... 
My meal for the day is completed...

Comments

  1. Is this the new place you were telling me about? The one near Public Bank in Bercham? I am craving for ice kacang now.

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  2. Looks very filling, and such a cool dessert!

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  3. Food looks good! I also want to eat ais Kacang!

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  4. "Ipoh is free from any new cases for the past few days," praise the Lord. Sarawak is still bad, Sibu especially. So sick of all this already, fed up!!! It does not look like it is ever going to end.

    The nasi lemak in the menu looks good. I would want to try that!

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  5. Ice kacang looks colourful. :)

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  6. I would go for the Cendol instead of the Ice Kacang.

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