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Thursday, 24 March 2016

Ho Po Lei Cha For Brunch At Jeram.

On Tuesday, 15th March we started our drive to Jeram at about 10.30 am. We were going to try out Jeram's authentic Ho Po Lei Cha (vegetarian rice).
 Here's our driver for that day and I was the back passenger.
 We reached Jeram in less than half an hour. This is part of Jeram town near the market.
 Part old and part new building.
 I love this spacious place. I would love to explore more of the town.
 Here are the food stalls.
 The wet market stalls are just next to the food stalls.
 Surprisingly, it was quite clean and not smelly at all.
 We noticed only a few stalls were opened.
 Someone had found a table and busy taking snapshots.
 This was our target. Kedai Nasi LeiCha QingJie.
Gerai No. M-7, Gerai MDKS, 31850 Jeram.
Contact No: 012-547 7736, 05-466 7050
 One of my friends did the ordering of our brunch.
 Ho Po Lei Cha of Jeram. Just look at all the goodies covering the rice.
With a bowl of herbal soup.
We had 2 sets of Lei Cha (Vegetarian/Herbal Rice).
 My friends also ordered a bowl of sweet sour soup with noodles. This was really good and appetizing. We wouldn't mind dropping by for this noodles again. 
 After our brunch, we took a short drive around Jeram.
We may make another trip to try out the food here.
 Barb wire over the chain link fencing around the hall.
 A Chinese school in Jeram.
 Did you see something that looks like a giant grasshopper? It is a basket ball net stand. 
Linking to Good Fences.

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth,

and its people are like grasshoppers.

He stretches out the heavens like a canopy,

and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

(Isaiah 40:22, NIV)

62 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy,

    Very pleasant and relaxing place that you are visiting and the vegetarian food there looks so good.

    I hope that you will have a lovely Easter holiday.

    Zoe

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    1. Thank you, Zoe. Happy Easter to you too!

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  2. Nancy, the lei cha looks pretty loaded with many ingredients!

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    1. Oh yes, Phong Hong. Very loaded with many ingredients. Yummy!

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  3. Lol..for a moment there i thought it's the jeram here. Sweet sour soup...hmmm...i wonder is it same as the one in sibu.

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    1. Ha ha...I didn't know there is another Jeram at your place, then I should have put Jeram in Perak. The sweet sour soup very tasty.

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  4. Soup looks interesting.
    Saw the basketball net, different!

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

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  5. Lei cha, healthy Hakka dish but unfortunately, I am not fond of it. Give me the sweet sour soup noodles anytime & I would be the most happy one.

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    1. Hello Irene, I understand that not everyone is fond of Lei Cha because of its "green" taste of the soup. I didn't like it on my first try but after that I liked it and I don't mind having it once in a while. I would say the sweet sour soup would appeal to many!

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  6. Hello Nancy1:)The food looks good and healthy, and the portions generous. I must say I fancy the soup!:)

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    1. Thank you, Breathtaking. The soup was very tasty. Have a great day!

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  7. I never try lei cha before as might not used to the taste... But the sweet sour soup with noodles is tempting...

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    1. I think in that case, the sweet sour soup with noodle will be a better choice for you, Sharon.

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    1. Thank you, Beauty. Have a lovely day!

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  9. The bowl of goodies covering the rice looks a lot like a Vietnamese dish I love to eat. I like the photos of the area of town too. It looks like it might be less hectic in that area though the pics might be deceptive ;-)

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    1. Hello Joyful, this is a little town so it is less hectic than elsewhere.

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  10. Hakka Ho Poh. I am one. Hakka clan also have few different dialect and Ho Poh is one of them. Most Hakka in Kuching speaks Ho Poh.

    Lui cha is good for detox and fiber but if I am to choose, I would go for the sweet sour soup. Better for my tastebuds. Haha.

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    1. Thank you, Rose for the info on Hakka clan. I also prefer the sweet sour soup but I also like Lui Cha because there's lots of goodies for me to munch. Ha ha ha!

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  11. I would never be able to drive a right hand car.

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    1. Over here we all drive right hand car. I think we will have the same problem when we go over to your country.

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    2. You get used to changing back and forth, I do not even notice the difference.

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    3. Thank you, Diane. I think it will be like changing from manual to auto drive back and forth...after some time we get used to it? Have a great day!

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  12. the food looks good, nice portions and very healthy looking!!! pretty pictures of the area!!!

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

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  13. That herbal soup looks interesting!

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    1. Thank you, Ola. It is made up of greens and herbs all blended up.

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  14. The noodle dish looked amazing. Have a good Easter.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Have a happy Easter!

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  15. Wonderful photos of a very interesting place I would enjoy, and the food looks delicious!

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

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  16. Yum yum it all looks so delicious. Interesting place. Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Have a great day!

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  17. That's quite an unusual basketball post!

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    1. Thank you, William. It is my first time seeing this basketball post!

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  18. I love to eat Lei Cha. This must be the authentic ho po lei cha since there is a ho po association there.

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    1. My friend told me this place is known for its authentic ho po lei cha but I think the taste depends on individual. Personally, I think the lei cha here is quite tasty.

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  19. Fun traveling with you ~ great food ~ colorful photos ~

    Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^

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    1. Thank you, Carol. Happy weekend to you also!

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  20. Your brunch looks so very good. I love your food posts. They always make my mouth water.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a great day!

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  21. The dish with the peanuts looks good. A great way to explore the small town with friends. I saw the giant grasshopper. A good land mark.
    Happy Easter.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. Happy Easter to you too!

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  22. MMMM! MORE DELICIOUS DISHES! THANKS FOR TAKING US ALONG!

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

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  23. You have some great outings and of course lots of good food. That barbed wire looked menaching.

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    1. Thank you, Ida. Have a lovely day!

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  24. great outing and lovely food. Have a HAPPY EASTER.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Happy Easter to you too!

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  25. it's nice to travel with you and discover unusual places! soup looks good too !!

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    1. Thank you, Jens. Have a great day!

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  26. glad you had a good experience at the food market! good food, roomy and not smelly is a good thing! :)

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    1. Thank you, Theresa. It was indeed a nice foodie experience. Have a happy day!

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  27. Interesting, as always. I love seeing where you go and seeing the way things look there.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I am sure what you see will be very different to you. Have a lovely day!

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  28. I love veggies. I'd love to try the vegetarian rice.

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    1. Thank you, Monica. If you love to munch like I do, then the vegetarian rice will be the right choice. Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you, Vildana. Happy weekend!

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  30. Happy Easter, Nancy! I love sweet and sour soup.
    ~

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    1. Thank you, dear. Happy Easter to you too!

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