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Monday, 14 November 2016

Breakfast At Yee Fatt & Dinner At Yee Lock, Ipoh.

When I was younger, I must have rice for both lunch and dinner everyday. If I do not take rice, I will still feel hungry and unsatisfied. No, I am not exaggerating. As I grow older, I find that I do not need to eat rice every meal. In fact, I can go without rice for many days and not miss rice at all!

This is one of the days that I do not have rice but noodles for both lunch and dinner. We started the day with breakfast at Kedai Kopi Yee Fatt. The shop is opposite the Methodist Girls' Secondary School near to the Kampar Road roundabout, Ipoh. We love their "messy" dry version curry mee/noodles.
- Breakfast for 2 people -
Just look at the generous amount of thick curry gravy the covers the plate of noodle and yummy ingredients. Hubby usually orders the dry version chicken curry noodle.
I will usually end up with dry version curry chicken noodle with added char siew (bbq pork). All hidden by the thick curry gravy.
This is the reason why I called it "messy" curry mee. When I mixed the noodle with the curry gravy, I get a plate of "messy" noodle but a very yummy one!
Sometimes we will add a few pieces of goodies or liew.

Next, is our dinner without rice at Restoran Yee Lock, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz (formerly Anderson Road), Ipoh new town. We were with a friend that evening.

- Dinner for 3 people -
For starter, 2 pieces of popiah or non-fried spring rolls.
Then we ordered a plate of stir fried mixture of yellow noodle + rice vermicelli.
We also ordered a plate of stir fried flat rice noodle (koay teow). The spicy sauce (sambal belacan) - a must have when eating these noodles.
We uncovered the hidden prawns from under the noodles for the camera.
I saw these shellfish on a table and I order a plate for our table too but the taste was not to what I expected. To be fair, maybe I was comparing it to what I have tasted elsewhere. Now at this moment, I am thinking of sweet sour crabs. Lol!

Can horses run on rocks? Can oxen plow the sea?

Stupid even to ask - but no more stupid than what you do

when you make a mockery of justice and

corrupt and sour all that should be good and right.

(Amos 6:12, The Living Bible-TLB)

66 comments:

  1. The portions are quite large and generous!

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    1. Yes, the 3 of us couldn't finish the noodles.

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  2. These dishes are such a feast! I love rice too.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I have cut down on my rice intake.

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  3. I love the dry version curry noodles. What you ordered looks so good!

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  4. Next time we go try their crabs, Nancy!

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    1. Oh yes, please! I so miss the sweet sour crabs. Long time didn't eat.

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    2. Make a trip to Ipoh, quick! Hahahaha....

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  5. I used to able to eat noodles for lunch and dinner, but cos of digestive, now i can only eat noodles, either for lunch or dinner...

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    1. Noodles are easier to digest. Have a good day!

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  6. Your cuisine is totally different frim our but yummy

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. I hope one day we will have to chance to taste each other's cuisine.

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  7. Everything looks delicious, great range of dishes :-)

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  8. My breakfast will look quite different today!

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  9. Wow! A noodle post. Curry mee for me.

    I am a rice person. I dont mind havinv rice every day. Haha.

    I like the snail dish. Over here we call it "cut cut" because of the sound we make when we suck the flesh out. Lol. Long time didnt have it.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I want to have the snail dish again. Not satisfied with this one.

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  10. All looks delicious. Have a good day.

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  12. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  13. Oh yummy on everything. I would have enjoyed both meals. You two go to the greatest place to dine.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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  14. The gravy on the noodle is so enticing ♥

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    1. Thank you, Valeria. I am also following you.

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  16. It sounds like that certainly appeals to you.

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  17. It all looks very tasty to me. That last dish looks like a shell fish we get here, I find them a little tough if they are the same. Have a great week Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. I don't know whether they are the same or not but if this one is overcooked, it will be tough too. Have a great week too!

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  18. amazing post :)
    have a nice week :)

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  19. I love balitong...but I normally cook at home :) the fried koay teow from here is my favorite too...yummz

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    1. Thank you, Elin. Maybe I should cook my own balitong at home. Ha ha.

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  20. The messy curry mee looks so mouthwatering, Nancy. I've tried this dish before at a different place but the curry gravy wasn't as thick as this one! Yours look so much better!

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  21. All the food are so scrumptious ..

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  22. That thick and red curry sauce looks gorgeous all right! Usually I just get pale diluted stuff.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. If you want thick curry gravy, this is the place to go to!

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  23. You're making me so hungry with your pictures!

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  24. Food for my happy.. Very good
    Kisses

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  25. What a lovely sight for sore eyes!!!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  26. I do not need to eat rice everyday. I like the thick curry, looks like those more sweet ones and I also like the char kway teow which is the wet type. So delicious! I have not eaten

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I hope the food photos gave you a good appetite!

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