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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

HEARTY BREAKFAST AT KEDAI KOPI KUI LAO BAN MEE, IPOH.

Finally, we found this place! Kedai Kopi Kui Lao Ban Mee.
My hubby first tasted this Ban Mee (egg + flour noodle) with his friends. He knows Ban Mee is one of my favourite noodle and he wanted me to taste it too. One morning after our morning walk, he drove me to the Ban Mee shop, but the shop was no longer there. What a disappointment because I was looking forward to taste the Ban Mee. Later, my hubby got news from his friend that the shop has shifted some where opposite the former shop.
It is on the same row as Hou Mei Wo Steamboat.

No parking problem especially early in the morning.

Last week, we had our fellowship gathering with my ex-colleagues and their husbands at this Ban Mee shop. There is a wall menu board for our reference but it is written only in Chinese.

4 bowls of warm water chestnut sweet drink with white fungus, gingko nuts (mai tai kang) MYR 2.50 (approx. 0.69 USD), 1 cup of hot milo and 1 glass of iced milo.

Diced water chestnuts, gingko nuts boiled till soft and fluffy, white fungus like soft jelly. Served with ice or without ice.

First plate to arrive, a plate of narrow Ban Mee dry version with dark sauce. Topped with minced pork, crispy deep fried anchovy and green vege.

Comes with a bowl of soup with 2 meat/fish balls.

2nd - 2 bowls of flat, broad yellow pumpkin noodle with grouper fish slices and cilantro or Chinese parsley (yim sai in Cantonese). Tasty soup with the fragrance of cilantro, thick slices of fish and I like the texture of the noodle.

3rd - 2 bowls of flat, broad yellow pumpkin noodle with minced meat, 2 fish balls, crispy deep fried anchovy, green vege (sayur manis).

4th - a plate of narrow Ban Mee with minced meat, crispy deep fried anchovy, green vege (sayur manis) with hot spicy sauce, served with chili. prawn paste sauce.

Some add-ons - we shouldn't have ordered this because the noodle were more than enough to fill our tummy. Cost of breakfast MYR 59.50 (approx. 16.48 USD).

This picture was taken before the morning crowd came in. The place is clean and comfortable. Hope it will continued to be well maintained.

Kedai Kopi Kui Lao Ban Mee, No. 77, Lengkok Desa Rishah 1,
Taman Desa Rishah, Ipoh. Tel: 016-544 1640.

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having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience

and having our bodies washed with pure water.

Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess,

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21 comments:

  1. Uiks...the Pan mee looks slighty different from those that we have here. I like pan mee with a lot of the Shui chai choy. Yumz

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    1. Ban mee with any veg is good for me. Looks like there are many types of pan mee.

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    2. yea....even chili pan mee. That one i dare not eat. too spicy for me :p

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  2. Like I mentioned in the earlier post, I am a noodle lover, so I love all the noodles you order. Can't stop drooling, hahaha!!!!

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    1. Irene, I love noodles, will go back for more if they are to my taste.

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    1. Sharon, sometimes I order narrow or fine noodle, sometimes I go for broad noodle...more to chew...haha

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  4. Wow that is a great breakfast ;) I live pan mee too

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    1. Remember our favourite shop in town...long time have not eaten.

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    2. yea...those were the days :p

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    3. hahah....those were the days.....

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  5. I like to eat Pan Mee too and I prefer those hand torn ones. Do they have hand torn ones here? Seems like almost all shops in Ipoh sell fish paste stuffed food items (yong tau fu).

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    1. Mun, I love the hand torn ones but this shop do not have. Fish paste stuffed items are very common in Ipoh.

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  6. glad you found their new location.

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    1. Yes dear, now we have an additional place to go for our fellowship with friends and colleagues

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  7. All looks very good, especially the noodle dishes. Also the menu on the wall shows the choice of dishes very well.

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    1. Ginny, this seems a nice, comfy place to go for fellowship.

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  8. Wah...Nancy, all the noodles look so good. I won't know which one to choose hah..hah...

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    1. Yes Phong Hong, I too had difficulty choosing what I want...lol

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  9. Ah ban mee is something still not easily found in Ipoh? I only had it the first time after moving to KL!

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    1. Now Ipoh have quite a number of places that serve good, tasty ban mee.

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