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Saturday, 4 July 2020

Curry Noodle Breakfast & Chinese Cuisine Dinner With Friends

Yesterday morning (108th day MCO), we went out for our morning walk, stopped for a cup of coffee at our regular coffee shop, then walked back home. Upon reaching home, we drove out to town to meet up with friends for breakfast. Someone recommended this curry noodle stall, saying that the curry noodle is both tasty and cheap.
We located this stall in Ipoh new town and ordered 4 bowls of curry noodles. They have square wooden tables and long wooden benches, just nice for 4 people with social distancing.
A bowl of curry noodles with generous portion of bbq pork and roast pork costing less than RM5! This curry noodle is really cheap, looks good, and delicious. In Cantonese slang, I think it could be said as "peng, leng, cheng".
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Dinner at Restoran Chuen Kah Fook, Falim for 6 people.
This is our first foodie group dinner gathering since MCO started in March.
Nyonya assam patin fish slices - sweet sourish appetizing dish.
Hebal chicken (half a chicken) with blended aromatic ginger (sa keong).
Blended aromatic Ginger (sa keong in Cantonese).
Stewed pumpkin and taro (yam) dish.
Green amaranth and century egg soup.
Total cost of dinner for 6 people = RM93.80
If all is well, we will be meeting up regularly from now on.
We passed by these free range chickens on one of our morning walks.
These days this is not a common sight in residential area.
Maybe, one of these days, I might fenced off a small area in my garden to rear some chickens. But first, have to convince my hubby to put up the fencing for me.
Can you guess what he will most probably say? .......... (Yes or No?)

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

So tell me, yes or no.

Will you or won't you be kind to my master

and do what is right?

When you tell me,

then I'll know what my next step should be,

whether to move this way or that.

(Genesis 24:49, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Looking delicious and fresh. The chickens are very colorful, I hope they don't get eaten.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. It will depends on whether the chickens are reared for their meat or their eggs.

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  2. Those curry sure looks good - with lots of pudina leaves on top. Is it a new stall/shop or has it been in business for a long time?

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    1. This stall has been in business for a long time but we only get to know about this stall only recently.

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  3. Love the Assam fish. So appetising. The pumpkin and yam dish is also quite uncommon here. So tasty! Did you all split the bill for dinner or did one of you treat everyone?

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    1. We usually split the bill unless someone has a special occasion to give a treat.

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  4. So surprising to see the chicken running free like that. Who do they belong to? Someone may steal the chicken for food. I would say your husband would say - 60% no, 40% yes.

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    1. Hahahahaaa...He will most probably say "No". The chickens belong to one of the residents of one of those houses.

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  5. hah..hah.. my dad reared chicken once when I was in secondary school. When the chicken was slaughtered and cooked, me and my brothers refused to eat the chicken. It was like eating a pet! I dare not speculate what your hubby might say. LOL!

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    1. I used to cry when my mom slaughtered our own chickens. I will never dare slaughter chickens on my own. My father in law used to do that. My hubby will mostly likely say a big "NO" la. Ha ha.

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  6. Yes der Ehemann macht es .. tolle Hüherfotos sind das und leckeres essen.
    Have a good weekend, Elke

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  7. Hello dear Nancy! I hope you husband will say yes!!
    All the food looks so delicious!
    Wonderful photos of the chickens and the cute rooster!
    Have a lovely day and a happy weekend! Take care!
    Dimi...

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    1. Ha ha...I don't think he will say "Yes". Have a happy Sunday. Take care and stay safe.

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  8. Hello Nancy,
    It is nice to meet your friends for dinner. The food looks delicious! I hope your hubby says yes to the chickens, they are cute! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend! PS, thank you for the visit and comment.

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    1. He won't be saying "yes", at least for the time being. Maybe when I stopped planting things in my garden.

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  9. Those chicken look pretty cool! Love the curry noodles.

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  10. Piękny kogut z kurami bardzo mi się podoba. Miłego dnia:)

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  11. ...your chicken and roosters remind me of Maui.

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  12. The generous mint leaves and thick soup attract me! Is this stall difficult to find?

    If I were to ever rear chickens.. nope neither me nor hubby are capable of killing them.

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    1. The signboard of the eatery is partly hidden by branches of a big tree. This is one of the reason hubby will say "No".

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  13. I guess, yes. My neighbours rear some chickens here and I hear rooster crowing at morning and late afternoon. Glad you had good dinner gathering with friends after long time
    Take care

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    1. Hubby will say "No" because it will be troublesome if we were to go on holidays.

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  14. I guess he will say no. Not easy to slaugter a chicken with all furs and it feels like killing a pet for food. I dont dare to eat & i felt pitiful for killing it in front of my eyes. Curry noodles looks good!

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    1. You guessed right. No one to slaughter the chicken.

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  15. You don't want to raise chickens, because they make so much noise. But they do lay eggs and are good to eat. Lol.

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    1. This is another reason why he will say "No".

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  16. The food looks yummy! Love the photos of the free roaming chickens! :-)

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  17. Meeting friends sure sounds like fun...those two roosters sure are handsome guys. NOt that the hens aren't pretty.

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  18. I'm not a huge fan of curry, but I do love a good noodle bowl. - Margy

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  19. Does that slang mean something like cheap, quick, and good?

    Your husband might say yes, especially if you tell him the eggs will be for cooking for him, men love to do stuff if it means more and better food for their tummies.

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    1. It means something like cheap, nice and tasty. I hope your suggestion will work on my hubby.

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  20. Seguramente que te dirá que no. Yo tengo varias gallinas y me encanta ir a recoger los huevos. Besitos.

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  21. The assam fish must be very appetising. Love eating the herbal chicken with aromatic ginger. The pumpkin and yam dish must be very tasty too. I love all the dishes! Around rm100 for 6 people, in sing dollars, will be around S$5 per person, where to get that kind of price in sg? My mom used to rear our own chickens when we are kids, do not feel good when she slaughtered the chickens for food.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. It was a delicious dinner and a wonderful meet up with friends.

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  22. Good that now you can meet friends for food, so can order more dishes and share share.

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    1. Hopefully, we can enjoy more foodie meet up with friends.

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  23. hi sorry to bother but was wondering could you share the location of the curry noodle with me?

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    1. It is next to Kedai Makanan & Minuman Fay Loo, Ipoh new town.

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