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Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Breakfast At Restoran CY Noodle, Ipoh.

It is time for the golden girls to meet up again for breakfast on Monday morning. Monday was a holiday, in replacement for the Thaipusam public holiday which happened to be on Sunday. 

Our breakfast venue was the Restoran CY in Ipoh new town. None of us has been there before. It is a corner shop at 26-9, Jalan Theatre, Ipoh.
This place serves minced pork or pork slices noodles and soups.
This is my bowl of misua noodle (Chinese noodle made from wheat flour).
The ingredients are pork slices and bamboo fungus.
My friends ordered the minced pork with the noodle of their choice.
Cost per bowl = MYR 7 (approx. 1.64 USD)
We also ordered 4 pieces of Fried Dumplings (sui kow), no photo to show, lol!
Cost of Fried dumpling per piece = MYR 1.50 (approx. 0.35 USD)
The place is still new and clean.
 No problem with parking because it was a public holiday morning.
 Few shops from Restoran CY, we stopped to buy some Nyonya kuih (dessert).
Our friend loves Nyonya kueh and she bought some to try.
This place also sells "tong sui".
The kuih picture on the banner looks very tempting.

And remember,

when someone wants to do wrong it is never God who is tempting him,

for God never wants to do wrong and never tempts anyone else to do it.

(James 1:13, TLB)

46 comments:

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    1. I also like minced pork but minced pork is mixed with some fat. Need to cut down on fat, so have to choose pork slices. Lol!

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  2. I always enjoy my visits and wish I could SMELL the lovely aromas from the delicious looking food! Then I am blessed as I leave with the scripture you use to close your every post! Blessings for your Wednesday, my dear!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. You are always very encouraging and I love your visits and comments. Have a blessed Wednesday too!

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  3. I was trying hard to make out what the yellow thing was! Had decided it must be fish maw heh. Bamboo shoot eh?

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    1. Hi Stacy, those are not fish maw or bamboo shoots but those are bamboo fungus.

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  4. Looks delicious esp that bowl of mee sua...I drooling now :)

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    1. Hi Elin, I think you will like this place and the bowl of mee sua.

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  5. Hello nancy, the soup looks yummy! Thanks for sharing, Enjoy your day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Enjoy your day also!

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  6. Hi Nancy,
    Yum ... see that you enjoyed a bowl of hot tasty soupy mee sua :) I like bamboo fungus.

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    1. Thank you, Karen. I like bamboo fungus too but not every stall has this.

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  7. I love to eat Bamboo fungus. I know them as bamboo pith and bought a few packets of dried ones from HK.

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    1. Hi Mun, one shop in old town selling the bamboo fungus at about MYR 12 plus.

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  8. What a great looking place to get together with your girlfriends...glad you had fun. xoxo

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    1. Thank you, BJ. Have a wonderful day!

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  9. When public holidays here fall on a weekend too, it's usually the Monday afterwards when people get the day off.

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    1. Hi William, that was what I always look forward to - a long weekend!

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  10. I want to go. I love all your foodie posts. A lot.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous day too!

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  11. lots of yumminess!! i don't eat much pork but i do love it!!!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie. Have a beautiful day!

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  12. Always fun to get together with old friends over a good meal!

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    1. Thank you, Sallie. It is a great way to keep our friendship strong.

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  13. So great:) kiss

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  14. I hope that you enjoyed your breakfast with the Golden Girls friends. I never had pork soup or any soup for breakfast. We live in a different culture but it's nice to see your culture.

    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. We are a multi cultural nation.

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  15. I am glad I have had my dinner or I would be hungry again!

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  16. Wow..I am drooling over the misua noodle. So very yummy looking! Good morning, Nancy. Blessed day to you.

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Have a blessed day too!

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  17. The reserved parking not for the golden girls?? ^^

    Nice breakfast catch-up.

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    1. I think the reserved parking is for customers of the Hotel next door.

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  18. Oh, they opened a branch in town? OK, must go there and try especially those nyonya kueh too!

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    1. Hi Claire, the Nyonya kueh is 3 shops away.

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  19. Hi Nancy, this food looks yummy! Great catch up!

    Tanya
    www.StripesNVibes.com

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    1. Thank you, Tanya. Have a fantastic day!

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  20. I was wondering what are those things in your soup and it turns out to be bamboo fungus. I have not seen that before!

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    1. Hi Phong Hong, so far I know of only 2 places including the bamboo fungus in the soup for pork noodles. It is also sold in dried form in some big sundry shops.

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  21. I love mee sua & was wondering what is the yellow thingy in the mee sua. I always have mee sua with red wine. Yummy!!!!

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    1. Oh yes, Irene. I love mee sua with the red wine too.

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