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Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Breakfast At Ipoh Food Court, Jalan Lahat

Our friend came to know of a newly opened food court near our area and she suggested that we should go to check out this place. Come Saturday morning, we were taken to this food court. We were early, so no need to worry about the place being over crowded or observing physical distancing. There was a man seated at the table to make sure everyone adheres to the SOP requirement before entering the premise. We chose a table big enough to accommodate 4 people.

This is my breakfast. Spicy Chili Pan Mee or spicy handmade noodle with a cup of unsweetened coffee with evaporated milk. The noodle sure looks good, hope the taste is good too.

This spicy chili pan mee is served dry. There is a half-boiled egg, minced pork with chopped mushroom, crispy fried anchovies, green veggie, spicy chili sauce and chili sambal served separately. I am very satisfied with this bowl of noodle.

Hubby ordered a plate of Mee Jawa from the Malay stall.
This is quite good too.
Hubby also ordered some prawn fritters with peanut sauce for sharing.
A close up shot of the prawn fritters.
Our friend ordered Prawn Noodle.
Friend's hubby ordered Hor Hee Fun or Fish Balls with glass noodle.
I bought 2 kaya puffs to keep for lunch. Crispy pastry skin with lots of kaya inside.
Ipoh Food Court, Jalan Lahat,
If you are coming from Ipoh old town, it is on your left side.
Back home in my garden, I harvested 3 long okras.
My beige multi layer petals hibiscus blooming again. I noticed that it has different shades of beige and white on its petals.
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The following are for linking to Tuesday's meme.
Antique earthen jars at a Chinese tea leaves shop.
These antique earthen jars are very rare and much sought after by antiques collectors.


Gold there is, and rubies in abundance,
but lips that speak knowledge are a rare jewel.
(Proverbs 20:15, New International Version-NIV)

42 comments:

  1. I love the new jawa and prawn fritters. Chili pan Mee is too spicy for me. Wow one feet okra, so long. Did you put a lot of food for the okra plant to grow well?

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    1. This long okra is the long specia. Can even grow to more than 1 foot.

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  2. You always have the best photos of food. Very delicious.

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  3. I love these two kaya puffs! I have never seen okras that long..

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  4. ...those antique earthenware jar are works of art and so in the food! Thanks Nancy for joining the party.

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  5. Everything looks so delicious and your other photos are fantastic too! Enjoy the week :)

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  6. Hello Nancy,

    Your meals all look delicious. Hubby and I have not eaten inside a restaurant yet, we only do the take out. The flowers are beautiful. I like the earthen jars, very pretty. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a great week!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a great week. Take care and stay safe.

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  7. It all looks delicious to me. I had to google kaya!

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    1. Thank you, Jackie. You can google for kaya recipe and try for yourself. I am sure you will like it.

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  8. Okras are long and glad you put the ruler there.
    Take care.

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  9. A very interesting dishes Nancy. They look tasty. Have a great day.

    Cruisin Paul

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  10. No one has better foodie photos than you do. I drool and my stomach growls. Thank you for that.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Pysznie wygląda to śniadanie . Lubię pikantne dania. Dobrego tygodnia:)

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  12. Your Hibiscus is stunning! The plate of your husband is sopretty!

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  13. Great photos! And I can see why antique collectors are drawn to such lovely jars.
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  14. It's funny how breakfast is so different from what we eat in the US. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful photos.

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  15. All your orders from this food court look very good indeed.

    The okras are really long! How do you know when they are ready to harvest? I'd be paranoid they were getting fibrous.

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    1. Its easy. I know by slightly bending the tips of the okra. But I usually try to harvest them when they are really tender.

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  16. A different type of breakfast then I have

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  17. Looks like a substantial and delicious breakfast.

    Your flower is unique and those okra are wonderfully long.

    Earthen pots that survive to become antiques would be sought after, that seems logical.

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  18. I hv one of those earthen jars last time at my old house. I prefer pan mee or mee jawa.

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    1. I too had one with a dragon carving on the outside which was used for salted egg and left behind by my father in law. The jar is no longer with me because I have given it away to someone.

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  19. Todo muy interesante. Besos.

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