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Tuesday, 6 January 2015

HERBAL DUCK SOUP & WANTON NOODLE @ JELAPANG, PERAK

It has been quite some time we have not been to Jelapang for our breakfast. Last Saturday morning, we went back to the coffee shop at Jalan Simpang, Jelapang for our breakfast. Being a Saturday morning, the place was crowded but we managed to get a small table.
We can only get to taste this Herbal Duck Soup on Saturdays and Sundays. This is the soup that draws us back to this place MYR 6 (approx. 1.70 USD).
A normal portion of 4 wantons (prawn and minced pork). So far this is the place that serves the biggest sized wanton.
A double portion of 8 wantons (couldn't remember the price).

This is a single portion noodle, dry version with soy sauce and minced meat gravy. Sometimes I will order green noodle, which is supposed to be spinach noodle. 1 single portion of noodle with wanton MYR 4 (approx. 1.13 USD).
Taking a look inside the wanton - prawn and minced meat.

This is a must, pickled crunchy sweet sour green chilies to go with the noodles. One plate not enough for me, I will take my hubby's share.

It looks more like a double-storey village house converted into a coffee shop. It has only one stall, and that's the stall selling wanton noodle.

When driving from Ipoh, Jalan Simpang is on the left side as we enter Jelapang town, Jalan Simpang is after Jalan Sekolah on the same left side.
Just as we turn into Jalan Simpang, this coffee shop will be on our right side. The lane on its right leads to the market, which is a short walk from this place.
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16 comments:

  1. I must bookmark this place, i go Ipoh, with Claire, we go eat ya, hehe...

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    1. Sharon, Claire knows this place, we have been there before. Yes, we can go together.

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  2. Must ajak Nancy along too!! Hahhahaa....

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    1. Yes, lets go together, but must be Sat or Sun or else no herbal duck soup.

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  3. Herbal duck & wanton looks good but he noodles looks like mee kosong. Overall, a nice breakfast.

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    1. The noodles is just plain mee kosong.

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  4. This all looks very good, Nancy!

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    1. A nice, enjoyable breakfast, especially with the herbal duck soup.

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  5. I like the herbal duck soup best in your list of food here. This place got the nice village feel to it.

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    1. It is in Jelapang village. Herbal duck soup is top priority.

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  6. The food looks yummy, especially the noodles and soup. Wish I could taste them, or even smell.

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    1. Ginny, the soup is the best and has very nice herbal fragrant.

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  7. Nancy, the herbal duck soup looks pretty good!

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    1. Phong Hong, the herbal soup is good, I always go back for the soup and wanton.

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  9. I would love that herbal duck soup now!

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