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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Hakka Noodle For Breakfast At Restoran Seong Kee Hakka Mee, Ipoh.

Recently I came to know about this new Hakka Mee shop called Restoran Seong Kee Hakka Mee from a friend. This corner shop was formerly occupied by Restoran Kumpar.
It is located along Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun (formerly Jalan Kampar), and same row of shops as Restoran Yei Lock (Pau Hainam), Ipoh.
So one early morning, hubby and I came to this place for breakfast.
A simple menu for customers' reference was placed on the table
Altogether 11 items available.
This is for customers to tick their orders. That morning, a helper came to tick for us.
1 hot milo and 1 hot black coffee (both unsweetened). 
2 fried meat balls and 3 pieces of fried beancurd items.
1 tofu and 2 meat balls.
2 plates of Hakka noodles with minced meat.
Now Ipoh has an additional Hakka noodle place added to the list.
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The following photos are for joining Good Fences.
Photo #1
Photo #2 - Fence with blue and pink hearts.

Linking to Good Fences

And now this word to all of you:
You should be like one big happy family,
full of sympathy toward each other,
loving one another with tender hearts and humble minds.
(1 Peter 3:8, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. i felt attracted to your noodles ,look so inviting !

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    1. Thank you, Baili. This noodle is very tasty!

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  2. I went there twice already.. my friend still insist that the Pasir Puteh one taste a lot better.. for me, both are equivalent...

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    1. I had only been there once. I need to go eat the Pasir Puteh one again to know which is better or same. Long time haven't been to Pasir Puteh.

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  3. Fantastic food:) The noodles look good:)

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  4. The noodles look the best to me. I like the big pictures, so you can really see what they offer. The hearts are fitting, it is almost Valentines Day!! Is this fence on a private residence or at the restaurant?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I found the fences with the hearts at a cafe.

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  5. I loves Hakka Noodles with minced meat...

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  6. I have tried Hakka noodles once and I like it.

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    1. I like Hakka noodles and Ipoh has a few places with good Hakka noodles.

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  7. Another place to eat Hakka noodles. That's good as you have choices.

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  8. I have never tried Hakka noodles but they certainly look good.

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  9. It is authentic Hakka noodle. Not many people selling this Hakka noodle with meat mince over here although Kuching is a Hakka majority city. It has been ages I had a bowl of this.

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    1. Then Ipoh is considered blessed because we have a few places selling Hakka noodles and we get to enjoy them regularly.

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  10. I like your black coffee and I love also the fence with the hearts. So sweet! #GoodFences

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  11. It's always nice have a big breakfast out. I wonder how the Hakka noodle taste like.

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    1. Thank you, Lei. Not easy for me to describe the taste of Hakka noodles. Hope you get a chance to taste one.

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  12. Such whimsey. the hearts on the fence! Your meal looks good.

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  13. Just passed by Jln Kampar the other day and noticed this "new" shop. Wanted to try as I love Hakka mee. But we couldn't find a parking spot and ended up at Old Town Kopitiam M Boutique Hotel (ridiculously expensive!).

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    1. Not easy to find parking there so we usually go early in the morning. This morning I went to the Hakka mee, a few shops away from Pasir Puteh Restoran Mun Choong. There also full house by 8.10 am. That noodle also good!

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  14. Love that heart fence...and love the color of the sign in that first shot.

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  15. That heart fence is quite a sight!

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    1. Thank you, William. The little hearts are cute.

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  16. I'm hungry now. I've not had my breakfast yet. You and your husband eat very well.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. We usually have our breakfast very early. Have a fabulous day too!

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  17. Neat fences and delicious foods ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a lovely weekend ~ ^_^

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  18. This food seems delicious!!!
    And such cute the fence with hearts! :D
    xxx
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  19. A very tasty and filling breakfast, Nancy! You found a great fence with the hearts on it!

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  20. Loving the cute hearts on the fence.

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  21. I like those old style coffee cups.

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    1. We are so used to these old style coffee cups. No other cups can take their place.

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  22. ¡Hey! Your blog is cool, now i am following you, i hope you have time to visit mine, and follow me back (-:

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    1. Thank you, dear. I am following you. Have a lovely day!

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  23. I'm always sold by fishballs/cake. :) The coffees look really good and 'kaw' too.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Ha ha I need a "kaw, kaw" coffee to really wake me up on certain mornings.

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  24. Hard for me to pick a favorite. It all looks so yummy! :)

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    1. Thank you, Denise. My favourites are always the fried goodies.

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