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Our Foodie Outing To Gopeng And Batu Gajah

BACK WITH MY FOODIE FRIENDS after disappearing from Ipoh for so many days!  LOL...

Wasting no time, we went out for a few meals to catch up with one another... started in the morning to Gopeng town for their signature noodles called "Lai Fun" with varieties of fish paste, fried or steamed.  No pictures were taken, I wonder why now, perhaps too hungry then or busy chatting with one another.  After our breakfast, we went to search for the durian fella... he has shifted from the Big Tree (where he put his durians for sale last time) to another street in town.  He told us that the Tree was "cruelly decapitated" (I must have been watching too many gory movies to use that word) for no reason....

Back to my post, from the durian feast, we adjourned to Batu Gajah, wanting to see the new premium outlet but it was not ready as yet.  From there, we passed by Batu Gajah town and went down to take some murals, I guess my friend Nancy will show more of the murals in her post some time later... 

And after that, we went home.... and met up later in the evening for dinner at WSF 33 food court.  I forgot what WSF stands for.... my friend should know... LOL....

Yes, we just stood at the stall there to eat.... 
That is what durian lovers do.... LOL...
Not shy or embarrassed in any way....
And normally we get the best fruits this way!
In Batu Gajah town....
And me basking under the hot sun!!
As for our dinner....
Steamed fish with gravy.....
Steamed clams....
Curry Pork Ribs....
And blanched spinach....
I love the dishes in this food court...
Reasonable prices and not so oily...
Couldn't remember exactly how much...
Maybe around RM80 plus... 

Comments

  1. I love the murals! How long will the durian be in season? Can you freeze them, then eat them all year round?

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  2. You forgot to take the photos? Aiyor!!!! How can? The dishes at Batu Gajah look familiar - I think I saw them in Nancy's blog.

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  3. Wow! Best to eat durian just like that! Yummy!

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  4. I think by now the hill durians is off season. Next, waiting for langsat season.

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  5. You and Nancy sure "ngam", foodie trips here and there. I like!! And that what is life after retirement.

    Yes, durian season now. Saw many people collecting durian flowers here. I prefer durian flowers than the fruit!! hehehe

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  6. "Cruelly decapitated" is hilarious!
    I prefer to eat durians at the stalls to leave the mess and smell outside my home.
    Your dinner was so delicious as usual.

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  7. So syiok see you all enjoying durians on the spot! I have never eaten durian at the shop like that. I love all the dish you all had for dinner.

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