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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Elbow Pasta And Meatballs For Breakfast At Mama Noodle Cafe, Ipoh.

This was our Sunday breakfast before attending the Church celebration at Mama Noodle Cafe at Hala Wah Keong, Taman Mirindi. 
This round my breakfast was a bowl of Elbow Pasta in soup with fried meat and meat balls and a cup of unsweetened black coffee.
Elbow Pasta in soup with fried meat and meat balls
Hubby's breakfast - Chicken curry noodle (dry version).
Plus a bowl of 5 meat balls to share.
This time we sat inside the cafe. There is a screen showing how they make their signature rice noodle or lai fun.
We also get to watch how they prepare our noodles. First, the noodles are cooked.
Then the ingredients are added onto the noodles.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
My friends' first fridge that they bought about 30 over years ago. It is still in good working condition and is now placed in their factory.
On our trip to Gopeng town.
I heard from the locals that this old wooden building will be converted to a museum. I have yet to visit this museum. Hope to visit one of these days.


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)

46 comments:

  1. ...I doubt that a new fridge today will last for 30 some odd years, they just don't build them like they use to! Thanks Nancy for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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    1. Thank you, Tom! I agree with you about the new fridge shorter life span.

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  2. I have never seen a Singer fridge. Here, Singer is famous for their sewing machines. The food looks just a bit American, all looking very good!

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  3. That's a very filling and comforting breakfast!

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  4. This Mama Noodle Café is so unique that they serve elbow pasta together with ingredients that are normally serve with hor fun or mihun. Do they serve other types of pasta apart from elbow pasta?

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    1. They only serve elbow pasta besides the usual noodles

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  5. Drooling at both the elbow pasta and dry curry noodle. This place was on my list during my previous Ipoh trip, but didn't make it that time.

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    1. Can always keep it for your next trip!

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  6. How nice! The elbow pasta soup reminds me of my grandma's macaroni soup.

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  7. As always the food looks good. I can't imagine a fridge lasting 30 years these days.

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    1. Those days, the fridge were made to last!

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  8. I just had curry chicken noodle today...

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    1. I haven't have curry yet. The weather is too hot.

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  9. Such a blessed way to start a Sunday, with a great meal!

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  10. What a yummy breakfast. I would love to try each dish.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Yes, Sandee! They are yummy breakfast!

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  11. I like the bowl of 5 meatballs

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  12. Interesting seeing the cooking in progress, at least you know it is all freshly cooked. Take care Diane

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    1. At least we know they are doing it the proper hygienic way!

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  13. Looks really interesting) Thanks a lot for sharing!

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    1. Now I am thinking of tomorrow's breakfast! Lol!

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  15. I admire any restaurant that will show you (especially in real time) how the food is being prepared. Looks delicious!

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    1. Thank you, Angie! Its a place worth going back for more!

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  16. Interesante ver cocinar fideos. Besos y buen día.

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  17. Refrigerators were built to last 30 years ago, but today they're built to fail much more quickly.
    Thank you for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/02/some-more-from-nasher-museum.html

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    1. Yes, sad to say I have to agree with you about the durability of the fridge!

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  18. I think I prefer your hasband’s breakfast choice.

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