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Saturday, 24 August 2019

Mee Jawa & Kai Si Hor Fun For Breakfast At Restoran Pulau Sembilan, Ipoh

Last Saturday, we had breakfast at Restoran Pulau Sembilan in Taman Boon Bak.
 I snap this picture while we were waiting at the traffic light junction.
 The birds were perched up there all in a row.
These 2 stalls are enjoying good business. The one of the left is the kai si hor fun stall and the one on the right is the nasi lemak and mee jawa stall.
 We ordered 2 bowls of "kai si hor fun" and the waiting time was about 30 to 45 minutes.
 While waiting, we ordered a plate of mee jawa to share.
We had a heavy and satisfying breakfast. 
 Back home, in front of my gate, these birds were looking for their breakfast.
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We had home cooked dinner that evening.
Time for clearing stock from the fridge.
 Stewed duck white bitter gourd.
I didn't discard the layer of oil because they are good for stirring into the plain noodle.
 Angled luffa cooked with dried prawns and egg.
Simple home cooked dinner for 2 people

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Your laws are wonderful; no wonder I obey them.

As your plan unfolds, even the simple can understand it.

No wonder I wait expectantly for each of your commands.

(Psalm 119:129-131, The Living Bible-TLB)

Friday, 23 August 2019

"Liew Fun" At Corner House, Jalan Pasir Pinji 4, Ipoh.

We woke up extra early on this particular morning and we reached the recreational park by 6:30 am.
 The walking path is lighted up for early morning walkers.
 A lovely view.
 The morning air is cool and fresh. 
 The darkness dispersed.
 The sun is coming up.
 Enjoy the morning sun.
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Hubby wanted to try the "liew fun" in Pasir Pinji village.
 It is a first time for hubby.
I have been here twice with my ex-colleagues.
 Customers need to queue up to pick whatever "liew" they want before they can order.
 It has no name but the fried "liew" are somewhat similar to those at "Big Tree Foot or Dai Shu Keok" (my personal opinion).
 These are the "liew" I have picked.
 Ordered a bowl of curry noodle (koay teow) to share.
As you can see the curry is very mild and watery.
Some like this mild curry soup but I prefer a thicker and spicier curry.
 Breakfast for two.
This corner house is at Jalan Pasir Pinji 4, Ipoh.


In the farthest corners of the earth the glorious acts of God

shall startle everyone. The dawn and sunset shout for joy!

(Psalm 65:8, The Living Bible-TLB)

Thursday, 22 August 2019

Dry Curry Pork Rice & Curry Noodles At Yinzo Kopi, Ipoh

One Sunday after church, hubby and I had brunch at Yinzo Kopi. I have tasted and enjoyed the curry noodle very much and I recommended that hubby should also try the curry noodle.
 Yinzo Kopi is facing Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong, Jalan Bandar Timah, Ipoh old town.
 The interior is nice and cosy.
Some antiques on display at the payment counter.
A nice cosy corner if you need to wait to be seated.
A wider view of the payment counter.
Part of the menu
On the table.
Hubby's coffee & plain water.
Hot Honey Lemon Tea
Hubby' curry noodle with generous ingredients.
Since I have tasted the curry noodle, I ordered this dry curry pork rice.
For those who loves rice and dry curry meat, this will be a good choice.

Strengthen the man you love, the son of your choice,

and we will never forsake you again.

Revive us to trust in you.

(Psalm 80"17-18, The Living Bible-TLB)

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