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Friday, 5 January 2018

Fried Noodles With Charcoal Flame In Gunung Rapat, Ipoh.

We woke up early and were looking forward to our morning walk at the recreational park. As we got down from our car, I quickly took out my smartphone to take snapshots of the lovely sunrise. It was a beautiful morning. The birds were singing and we could feel the cool breeze blowing.
 Sunrise and its reflection on the pond. 
 It took less than a minute for the sky to light up.
 Tinge of pink and its reflection on the pond with lotus plants.
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For dinner we decided to have fried noodles instead and someone mentioned Gunung Rapat. This time we wanted to try a new place.
 This place is opposite the SJK(C) Gunung Rapat.
 It is a corner house with side extension.
 There are 4 cooks frying the noodles over charcoal stoves.
 Gunung Rapat is known for fried noodles over charcoal flame.
 The place was filled with customers and we managed to get a table for 4 people.
 On that particular evening, these 4 cooks were frying non stop.
 Calamansi juice with salted plum with ice - 4 glasses.
 1 plate of fried rice vermicelli.
The fried noodles are all in single portion.
 We ordered 8 pork balls.
 2 plates of mix noodles.
 1 plate of wat tan hor (flat rice noodle with gravy & egg)
4 people shared the above food for our dinner.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

Your wife shall be contented in your home.
And look at all those children!
There they sit around the dinner table as vigorous 
and healthy as young olive trees.
That is God's reward to those who reverence and trust him.
(Psalm 128:3-4, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. Beautiful sunrise, and you got great reflections. That juice intrigues me, and I continue to be fascinated by the food you find. It looks great to me. And a great scripture to close the post.
    Have a blessed weekend!!

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  2. The vermicelli looks wonderful! But your sunrise pictures are my favorite. The pink sky reflecting in the water, with the trees, gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! I love sunrises and reflections!

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  3. Business must be good, need 4 cooks!

    Gosh. I miss wat tan hor. Haha. Now I want to have it. Over here, we called it "Cantonese fried". ^^ I like to go with kway teow.

    Happy weekend Nancy.

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    1. Yes, I remembered when I was working in KL, the KL people called it Kung Fu Chow aka Cantonese fried too. Happy weekend to you too!

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    1. Actually I prefer fried wantons but there was none!

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  5. Charcoal flame-fried food always seem to be nicer.

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  6. Nice post dear, really enjoyed reading it! Have a great day! xoxo

    Vildana from Living Like V
    INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY ON MY BLOG

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  7. Wonderful morning, i love wat tan hor and i like the hor fun to have the wok hei taste

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  8. lovely pink sky! a bit of everything tastes good!

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  9. Interesting how they transformed the house extension into a restaurant. Cooking from charcoal stoves sounds nice and making on such will really give distinct taste to the dishes!

    Beautiful sunrise and reflections

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan! Not easy to get food cooked over charcoal flame nowadays!

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  10. Beautiful morning glow and tasty noodles,
    merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    1. Thank you, Thomas! Merry Christmas & Happy new year to you too!

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  11. Wow, Nancy! The sky colours are just so lovely!

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  12. I'm hungry now. I'm always hungry when I visit you.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Ha ha except when I am not doing food posts! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. Lovely place! Great food!
    Happy weekend!
    kiss:)

    xxBasia

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  14. Yum, yum, the fried rice vermicelli & mix noodles. Where is the meat? Ha,ha,ha. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul! The few pieces of meat are hidden among the noodles. Lol!

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  15. it seems a very busy place. amazing food
    Have a nice day
    BLOG
    Glamorous without the Guilt

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    1. Thank you, dear! The place was very crowded!

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  16. Beautiful shots of the sky, Nancy ..and the food, hah! You had me at charcoal ..bet it's tasty!

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  17. Hello,

    Lovely !

    Sarah, http://www.sarahmodeee.fr

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  18. You caught a lovely sunrise, and the food looks good, too!

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  19. Nancy, your sky shots are soooo beautiful!

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  20. What pretty reflections in your first couple of shots.

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    1. Thank you, Monica! I am glad I didn't miss the sunrise!

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