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Thursday, 1 March 2018

Delicious Beef Noodle At Taman Timur Ipoh.

It has been a long time since we last ate this beef noodles at No. 30, Jalan Medan Ipoh 1e, Taman Ipoh Timur. I came upon these photos saved in a folder on my desktop few days ago. According to the date of the photos, it was almost a year ago. Hope to revisit to taste this delicious beef noodle again one of these days.
This breakfast will last us until dinner time.
 A bowl of stewed beef, tendon & white radish which is our favourite. Hubby doesn't like the coriander leaves and I can have them all.
 Crispy, crunchy deep fried goodies.
 Stuffed tofu and beef balls with coriander leaves.
This is one of the few good beef noodles in Ipoh.
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There was a heavy thunderstorm on Tuesday evening. The next morning (Wed), we found some uprooted trees at the recreational park.
 One of the trees uprooted was the Wild Cherries Tree or the Muntingia Calabura tree.
 Someone has planted this tree here and many have collected the wild cherries.
 The branches were wide spread but it had very shallow root base.
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The following photos are for joining Good Fences.
 Fence of an unoccupied bungalow.
Our friends' automatic gate.
Linking to Good Fences.

Yes, I (Jesus) am the Gate. Those who come in by the way of the Gate

will be saved and will go in and out and find green pastures.

(John 10:9, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. I love beef noodles! There used to be a cherry tree somewhere near my office. It could have been chopped down now due to the development in the area.

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    1. The storm has uprooted a few trees in this area.

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  2. Noodle soup looks delicious! Can they replant the tree?

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    1. This tree was planted by one of the resident.

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  3. Hola Nancy, ricos alimentos, una pena que tan hermoso árbol este arrancado. Bonitas fotos. Buen día. Besos.

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  4. Pratos com um aspecto muito apetitoso.
    Uma pena a queda daquela árvore.
    Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  5. I like to eat beef noodles too. I wonder how the wild cherries taste like.

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    1. There are now very few good beef noodles stalls.

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  6. Sad to see a lovely tree uprooted & now there will be no more wild cherries. :-(

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    1. I wonder if the one who planted it will plant another one in its place.

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  7. Gotta love beef noodles!! Yum always!

    https://www.missymayification.co.uk

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  8. Your friends house look like a big house

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  9. And yet another wonderful feast. I would love to have all of these dishes.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  10. Sad about this tree. Is it on public property? Maybe they should have planted it deeper?

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    1. It was planted by a local resident on a public property.

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  11. Such a shame about the beautiful tree.

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  12. The unoccupied bungalow is so beautiful!

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    1. Some of the bungalows were left empty after the old folks left to stay with their children.

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  13. The winds had to have been ferocious.

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    1. There have been some very bad storms.

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  14. As usual amazing post! Thanks a lot for sharing)

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  15. Fences around empty buildings always look sad to me.

    Your meal does look like plenty for breakfast and lunch!

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    1. Thank you, Mimi! Sad that such nice building are left unoccupied.

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  16. It's been a while since I've had beef noodle

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  17. Food looked wonderful but not so great for the tree. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  18. Oh, this is one of our regular haunts! Ah Keong serves really good beef noodles and fried goodies.

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  19. Great fences but it is a pity that tree was up rooted. Hope you have a wonderful weekend

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  20. I love the gate love from Poland

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  21. La comida me gusta. Siento pena por el árbol. Besitos.

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  22. Wow I love beef noodles and this looks great.

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    1. You should try this when you are visiting Ipoh.

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  23. whats the name of the makan shop? want to try..Google search..but cant find a shop name

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    1. The name of the shop is Weng Oon Kopitiam at Jalan Medan Ipoh 1E, opposite Sun Sun cafe (Festival Walk)

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