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Wednesday, 3 July 2019

My Favourite Chili Pan Mee At Restoran Bandaraya, Ipoh

Once again we were able to enjoy our favourite chili pan mee at Restoran Bandaraya. It reopened after being closed for about 2 months and we thought we will never get to taste this chili pan mee again. A friend happened to pass by recently and she informed me that the restaurant is reopened for business again.
We came back specially for the chili pan mee.
We have to wait a minimum of  60  minutes.
(sorry, it should 30 to 45 minutes for normal days).
Chili pan mee with generous portion of chili oil, pork and crispy deep fried anchovies, served with a saucer of sambal belacan sauce.
The pan mee is served with a bowl of soup.
Green Amaranth for my soup and choy sum for hubby's soup.
Breakfast for 2 people.
A snapshot of a portion of this wall mural as we passed by in our car.
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Once again, I cooked a simple dinner for a very warm evening.
Steamed rice with Chinese sausages and a luffa dish.
Steamed Chinese sausages (liver dark colour and meat pink colour).
Home grown angled luffas cooked with cloud ear fungus, egg and remaining canned button mushrooms.
One morning while walking at the park, a man was digging up some of these white mushrooms growing wild under a big tree. Someone asked whether the mushrooms is edible but he didn't answer her. We do not know what he is going to do with the mushrooms.


Don't let the sparkle and the smooth taste of strong wine deceive you.
For in the end it bites like a poisonous serpent; it stings like an adder.
You will see hallucinations and have delirium tremens,
and you will say foolish, silling things that
would embarrass you no end when sober.
(Proverbs 23:31-33, The Living Bible-TLB)

40 comments:

  1. Wow, I thought those mushrooms were flowers, they're so pretty!! I've never seen any like them before. Lovely food, too.

    Thanks for making 'My Corner of the World' a success this week!
    My Corner of the World


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    1. I didn't notice the mushrooms until I saw the man collecting the mushrooms.

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  2. Those mushrooms look like flowers!

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  3. The photos are beautiful. I always feel like I gain a pound or two hen I see all of that wonderful food. Have a great day.

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    1. That is why I am struggling to lose some weight. Lol!

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  4. ...I love that lady with attitude on the mural.

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  5. I like to eat steamed chinese sausages and luffas, yums!

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  6. I'm starving this morning and I'm drooling over all that delicious food. You and your hubby eat so very well.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  7. love your luffa and mushrooms dish, so tasty!

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  8. one hour is a long wait for pan mee. too many people or they just cook to slow.

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    1. Its my mistake. On normal days, the waiting is usually 30 to 45 minutes. On weekends, the waiting could be about an hour.

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  9. Good that your favorite restaurant is back to business! Hope u enjoyed the chili pan mee. Wow, the mushrooms grown like white flowers.

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  10. I would not have known these are mushrooms, they look just like flowers! The chili pan mee must be awesome for people to wait an hour! I guess that means they make each order fresh. What does the woman with the gun mean?

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    1. My mistake Ginny. On normal days, the waiting is usually 30 to 45 minutes. On weekends, the waiting could be about an hour.

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  11. I can see why you would have been sad to think you might never taste chili pan mee again. It looks delicious!

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    1. Those sausages comes in handy whenever I don't know what to cook.

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  13. So glad one of your favorite restaurants reopened! I would love to know what the mushrooms were going to be used for!

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I am also curious but the man wouldn't give an answer.

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  14. Those are the most flowery looking mushrooms i've ever seen.

    Looks like those were very good meals!

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  15. I would go for the normal pan mee. Soup pan mee for me.

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    1. Actually I love both the soup and the chili pan mee. Most of the times, whenever I go to this shop, I will order the chili pan mee because no other place that I know of serves such yummy chili pan mee.

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  16. Those are pretty 'mushrooms'. The guy could be going to poison something so better not try them.

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    1. You are right. I was worried he might be collecting some poisonous mushrooms.

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  17. Muy buena la comida. Un beso.

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