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Thursday, 22 August 2019

Dry Curry Pork Rice & Curry Noodles At Yinzo Kopi, Ipoh

One Sunday after church, hubby and I had brunch at Yinzo Kopi. I have tasted and enjoyed the curry noodle very much and I recommended that hubby should also try the curry noodle.
 Yinzo Kopi is facing Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong, Jalan Bandar Timah, Ipoh old town.
 The interior is nice and cosy.
Some antiques on display at the payment counter.
A nice cosy corner if you need to wait to be seated.
A wider view of the payment counter.
Part of the menu
On the table.
Hubby's coffee & plain water.
Hot Honey Lemon Tea
Hubby' curry noodle with generous ingredients.
Since I have tasted the curry noodle, I ordered this dry curry pork rice.
For those who loves rice and dry curry meat, this will be a good choice.

Strengthen the man you love, the son of your choice,
and we will never forsake you again.
Revive us to trust in you.
(Psalm 80"17-18, The Living Bible-TLB)

34 comments:

  1. It looks like a really nice and clean restaurant. Love that curry noodle bowl.

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    1. A nice place to enjoy a bowl of delicious curry noodle.

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  2. I really like their pretty lamps & decorations. Also the cool Paris mug!

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  3. I love curry, dry and wet. Been coughing for few days and now I do crave for curry. Lol.

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  4. the curry noodles looks delicious! I see there are some roasted pork in it....yuummmmmzzz

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    1. Yes, with roasted pork and lots of other ingredients.

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  5. Beautiful interior decorations :)

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  6. The interior looks so oriental! The hot honey lemon tea cup looks so cute. Yummy food!

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  7. Great post dear, so nice and interesting, love it!

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  8. I spy siew yoke in the curry. Siew Yoke lovers would love this curry.

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    1. Yes, siew yoke and lots of other ingredients.

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  9. Looks like a place I would like. :) I always had a soft spot for thick dry curry.

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    1. I strongly recommend you try this curry mee. Very nice.

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  10. ...I sure like that old building, it has class!

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    1. Before this, it was occupied by a crockery shop.

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  11. A beautiful place to dine and the food looks amazing.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  12. Beautiful place to have lunch and I really liked the interior of the restaurant with elegant touch of antique!

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  13. That's a very pretty place to have a meal!

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  14. This looks like such a nice place to eat...kind of elegant.

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  15. It all looks delicious, Nancy. :-)

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