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Saturday, 7 November 2015

DINNER AT RESTORAN KAM WAN, IPOH GARDEN, IPOH.

On Saturdays, I usually do not cook and we will take our dinner at Restoran Kam Wan in Ipoh Garden (opposite the Woolley Food City or Woolley Food Court). There are many varieties to choose from the many stalls there. Below are some of the food we have tried or taken.
This is the non-spicy noodle called "Lam Mee".
The popular curry noodles which my Taiping friends love to eat.

The Tom Yam noodle which I have tried.

Some times I will order some dumplings.

Local spring rolls (popiah) - there is always a queue at the stall.

There are times we also ordered BBQ meat (satay).

Peanut sauce as dipping sauce for the satay.

There is also Fried noodle available.

One of our favourite items - Grilled stingray fish (half).
Grilled stingray fish (whole)
The Grilled fish stall.

And finally our hot favourite - Nasi Pandan or Pandan rice stall.
1 deep fried chicken drumstick + 1 rending chicken drumstick + sambal petai + 1 portion pandan rice = for hubby and I to share.

Some days we order sambal petai + curry chicken + stir fried 4 angled beans + pandan rice = to be shared by hubby and I.

Another day we ordered curry chicken + sambal petai + vegetable acar + pandan rice = to be shared by hubby and I.

Customers queuing up for the Pandan Rice.

This stall opens daily from 5.30 pm and by 7.00 pm most items are sold out.

We rejoiced to see the haze and gloom removed from us.

Thank God for the clear blue sky and clean, fresh air to breathe. The Northeast monsoon season has started and it has been raining almost every afternoon.

If you obey all of my commandments,

I will give you regular rains, and the land will yield bumper crops,

and the trees will be loaded with fruit long after the normal time!

And grapes will still be ripening when sowing time comes again.

You shall eat your fill, and live safely in the land.

(Leviticus 26:3-5, The Living Bible-TLB)

34 comments:

  1. Hello, you have many choices of meals there.I see a few that would be favorites for me. Lov ethe sky shot. Have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  2. That bell and clock tower really appeals to me.

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    1. Thank you, William. I like that too! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  3. Oh the food. I want some of every dish. Looks so very good.

    I'm glad you have fresh clean air to breathe again.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. We are enjoying the fresh air. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  4. So many dishes to choose from..... How does the grill Stingray fish taste like? It looks a bit over done from what I can see in the photos, I may be wrong. It must be the dark sauce they put on. I didn't know it was an edible fish. I'm learning something new again today.
    I'm so glad the sky is clear again and the smog is gone.

    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. The grilled fish was not overdone. The fish was covered with a kind of spicy paste to give that kind of overdone look. Very tasty. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  5. Hello Nancy!:)An appetizing array of dishes for sure, and it looks like a popular place to eat. I always choose Spring Rolls as a starter, and usually duck, or shellfish. Have a great weekend!:)

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    1. Thank you, Breathtaking. It is a food court and is usually very full during the weekends! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  6. all the dishes looks so yummy have a nice weekend dear
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    1. Thank you, Me Maha. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  7. Nancy Your dumplings are very similar to Polish ones. But what about the taste?

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. The dumplings taste good, not spicy. I have not tasted Polish ones so I wouldn't know the difference. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  8. Again, lots of things that I have never seen before.

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    1. Hello Tom, these are Asian food from different cultures. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  9. Is Lam Mee best known in Ipoh? It's one dish I remember trying in the old town.

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    1. Yes, it is. There is one in old town which also has the famous curry noodle, same shop. I think it should be the same one you have tasted. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  10. I love going to food centre when you could order many dishes to try.

    Looking at your grilled stingray makes me drooling. I love grilled fishes.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I am sure you would love this grilled fish. My hubby loves this grilled fish. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  11. Spoilt for choice. I would love to try a bit of every dish. Am greedy, rite? Can't blame me, cos all looks too good to resist, hahaha......Have a lovely weekend & enjoy your eating spree....

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    1. Ha ha... Irene, Looks like we are both alike, the greedy ones! See and must order every thing! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  12. Wa...i saw so many people line up there, i think the nasi lemak is the best.

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    1. Hello Catherine, that is the most popular stall! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  13. Nancy, very nice selections all round! So hard to choose which one I want hee..hee,,,

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong. Then I will suggest you start with the pandan rice and try all the dishes there. After than you can start on the others! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  14. Hi Nancy,
    Wow! What a spread ! Definitely spoilt for choice. .. satays, grilled chilli stingrays, fried kuay teow, popiah, nasi pandan .... yummy! Made me hungry at this time .... Enjoy & have a wonderful week!

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Have a wonderful Monday!

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  15. PTL for the clear blue sky and for the rain. I love to eat all the food you have here and if I live nearby I would be there at 5.30pm every evening for the food. So many varieties so can eat a different dish every day. On which day are they closed?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. This is a food court and I think its open everyday. But I do not know about the individual stalls. For the pandan rice stall, the boss said there is no definite off days, when she is tired, she will take leave. Have a lovely Monday!

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  16. everything looks really good!

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  17. Actually everything else looks better than your favourite one at the end hehe. I'm sure it was more delicious than it looked!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Yes, it is true that the rest looks and even taste better than my favourite. Have a wonderful week!

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