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Thursday, 2 November 2017

Yummy Breakfast At Poh Poh Place, Ipoh.

One Wednesday morning of last month, hubby and I, together with 2 other friends drove to Ipoh Garden East looking for Restoran Poh Poh Place. This place was recommended to me by a friend who stays in Bercham. 
Restoran Poh Poh Place - Tel: 016-5013639.
Laluan Perajurit 1, Taman Ipoh Timur.
Off day - Thursday.
It was only 8.40 am but the tables both inside the restaurant and outside were all taken. We waited for a while to get a table on the 5 foot way outside the restaurant.
The lady in red does all the cooking.
Before you can order, first go get a number and a menu will be given to you by one of the helper behind the lady in red. Just wait at your table. When your turn comes, someone will come to take your order. There were 4 of us and we each ordered different noodle to try.
Hubby ordered this Mixed Pork Offal soup noodle.
Friend A ordered another version of Pork Offal soup noodle.
Yuet Por Fun/Noodle
I couldn't decide between Tom Yam noodle or this Yuet Por noodle.
Finally Yuet Por noodle won and I am glad I ordered this.
Yuet Por Fun
This traditional egg and ginger omelette with meat and offal is cooked with fragrant sesame oil and rice wine is usually eaten by local Chinese women during the one month post-natal period. I really enjoyed this bowl of drunken soup noodle. I almost got drunk eating and finishing off all the soup so rich with rice wine.
Friend B ordered Fish Head Soup Noodle.
This was the last to be served and when it was brought to our table, it was "Wow! Such a big bowl!" There is so much treasure inside this bowl that Friend B needed Friend A to help him out. 
While waiting for friend A & B to enjoy that big bowl of noodle, I snapped pictures of these pretty bowls. Not all eateries use ceramic bowls and plates these days.
After breakfast, we walked down the shops to take a look.
We came upon this glutinous rice dumplings and kueh shop.
All the other dumplings were sold out except for the healthy Millet Dumplings. Instead of glutinous rice, the dumplings are made of millet. I bought one to try.
I steamed the dumpling and we ate it for lunch.
It tasted like the normal glutinous dumpling except there was no glutinous rice.
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The following photos are for joining Good Fences.
Fence and gate of a house.
Fence of a factory we visited.

Linking to Good Fences.

Dear brothers, you are only visitors here.

Since your real home is in heaven,

I beg you to keep away from the evil pleasures of this world;

they are not for you, for they fight against your very souls.

(1 Peter 2:11, The Living Bible-TLB)

40 comments:

  1. Delicious! I love those glutinous rice dumplings, Nancy.

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  2. ...I'll have a dumpling please.

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  3. I will like the millet dumplings.

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    1. But I still prefer the glutinous rice.

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  4. Those rice dumplings must be yummy.

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  5. Interesting, interesting, interesting Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  6. What a lovely breakfast. I love your foodie posts. I'm always hungry when I come here in the morning.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  7. The food looks healthy and must be good as its so busy there!

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  8. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice weekend)

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  9. Another great post with excellent photos. Well done, have a good day, Diane

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  10. I love their pretty bowls, and the red chopsticks! Did you know why so many restaurants have the color red? It is supposed to stimulate your appetite and make you more hungry. They almost never use blue, which is too restful.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Chinese always like red and red coloured chopsticks very common. Blue is not common.

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  11. That house has some very nice palm trees.

    The dumpling looks good to me.

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    1. Thank you, Teresa. Sending kisses to you!

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  13. My aunt loves these ceramic bowls too. We went hunting for it once. Nancy, this is a glorious breakfast. What I would give to join you!

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  14. Millet dumpling, don't think i try it before...

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  15. LOL at you getting drunk on a bowl of noodle...

    All the bowls look good indeed. But the long wait would be a turn-off.

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    1. To avoid long wait, avoid going on weekends.

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