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Sunday, 27 September 2020

Breakfast At 338 Food Court, Falim, Ipoh

We saw a posting on Facebook about a new eatery in Falim. I recognized the place because we have been there a few times but each time it was a new eatery. We love curry noodles and we wanted to try this curry noodle. We visited not once but twice in the same week but with different friends.

I ordered curry noodle-soup version, and hubby ordered the dry curry noodle.
The dry version is more of the dark + light soy sauce plus some thick curry gravy.
For me, if I were to eat curry noodle, I must have the soup version.
My kopi-C kosong.
It is coffee with evaporated milk without sugar.
This is the curry noodles stall.
The food court takes up 2 shoplots.
Location: 39 & 41, Laluan Falim 1, Taman Falim Indah, Ipoh.
Chinese Chive flowers from my garden.

Linking to Garden Affair.

Yes, our natural lives will fade as grass does

when it becomes all brown and dry.

All our greatness is like a flower that droops and falls;

but the Word of the Lord will last forever.

And his message is the Good News that was preached to you.

(1 Peter 1:24-25, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. All looks good I would prefer the dry version I presume.
    Take care.

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  2. Hello :) Until I felt the taste of these dishes, coffee looks especially appetizing :) Greetings and have a pleasant day.

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  3. Both versions of curry noodles are very tasty! Love those Chinese chives flowers...so pretty.

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  4. I love to eat the chives flowers buds. Do you harvest the chives buds to eat?

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    1. Oh yes, I do but the harvest is very little. So I cooked the buds with the chives.

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  5. Nowadays we don't dare to eat curry soup noodles early in the morning because we are afraid that the oil may cause us to go running to the toilet when we are still in the car on the way back home but both your curry noodles look good so I will order the dry version as I like thick curry sauce and I don't drink all the curry broth. How much curry broth did you drink?

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    1. Curry oil is not a problem for me but I have problem with milk. If the curry broth is nice, I will take a few spoonfuls.

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  6. Everything looks delicious as always and your little chive flowers are beautiful!

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  7. I go for the wet version, I like curry gravy over the dish.

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  8. Mmmm ... This looks delicious!

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  9. It looks like a great place to dine with friends.

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    1. Yes, and there are other food choices besides the curry noodles.

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  10. Do you eat the leaves of the chives?

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    1. Yes, we eat both the leaves and the tender buds.

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  11. I am craving for curry noodles! I would love topping with mint leaves so I must bring my own. LOL!

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    1. I can't because I don't plant mint. But will get hubby's share every time we eat curry noodles.

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  12. Seems tasty food, I love the milky coffee

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  13. My garlic chives have the same flower as your chives. Keep well, Diane

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  14. Chive flowers, i did not know that chive has such pretty little flowers.

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    1. The flowers look something like the flowers of shallots.

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  15. Todo muy interesante como siempre. Un beso.

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  16. The dry version looks more like normal 'kon lou' than curry.

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    1. Yes, it is more of a "kon lou" with a little of the curry gravy.

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  17. The curry noodle broth looks sourish like assam laksa broth, is it sourish?

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    1. Slightly sour because of the added lime juice.

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  18. Thanks for linking up with Garden Affair.

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    1. Thank you for hosting. Have a great weekend.

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