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Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Assam Laksa For Lunch At Kopitiam MAN CT

On this particular Friday morning, there was no sunrise and this is the only snapshot I took of the morning sky after a light drizzle.

Grey sky at 7:50 am.
Rain droplets on my white Periwinkles.
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We had a lunch date with our friend. Our foodie search took us to a new place in Taman Ipoh Jaya, Ipoh. We were informed that this assam laksa stall only opens around 11:30 am and the stall will be ready for business about 12 pm.
Everything looks good, so we ordered a bit of most of the items available to try. Of course, we each had one bowl of assam laksa because we were hungry.
Some of the fried items such as these crispy fried stuffed bean curd sheets.
Yong tau foo or stuffed tofu and stuffed green chilies.
Do not be deceived by the thin watery assam laksa broth. There are pieces of fish chunks inside the soup. This assam laksa is delicious. We will be back soon.
Kopitiam MAN CT has 2 entrances or shop fronts. You will find the assam laksa stall at the entrance facing the road Selasar Rokam 32.
I took a snapshot of this wall mural or street art as we were on our way home.


For we know that when this tent we live in now is taken down

- when we die and leave these bodies -

we will have wonderful new bodies in heaven,

homes that will be ours forevermore,

made for us by God himself and not by human hands.

(2 Corinthians 5:1, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. ...the food looks good and so does the mural.

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  2. Food looks so good. Must note this down for one day when I get to go to Ipoh. Is the Assam laksa spicy?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. No, the assam laksa is not spicy.

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  3. Glad that you enjoyed the assam laksa. The fried tofu sheets look great too.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Love the assam laksa and the fried tofu sheets.

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  4. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  5. Oh my your lunch was fabulous. Wow. I'm hungry now.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  6. That truck is parked too close to the next car. Haha. Same here sometimes.

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    1. Some drivers do not think of the inconvenience cause to the other driver.

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  7. The fried items look crunchy for bites. Loved the green white combo (of flowers and leaves) in raindrops!

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  8. I like that mural...it is so colorful

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  9. I must try assam laksa at penang seafood restaurant in sg one of these days.

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  10. Great post,love it!Delicious food!
    xoxo

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  11. I love the white Periwinkles! I had thought they were only blue.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I have not seen blue Periwinkles.

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  12. Love the mural.. The food looks great. Keep well and stay safe, Diane

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  13. delicious photos! and very fun mural! Cheers!

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  14. The white periwinkles are pretty. hey are blue here. like the wall mural too.
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  15. Nice! Love trying out new food places. There are so many on my list.

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  16. white flowers of Periwinkles look pretty....
    morning with kopitiam so joyful.....

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  17. The food looks delicious especially the Yong Tau Foo.

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  18. Isn't it nice when a new place turns out to be a very good one.

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  19. Such nice photos that makes this happy

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  20. What an unusual sky you captured! All your photos are awesome to see :)

    I'm happy to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great week.

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  21. Siempre interesantes tus comidas. Un beso.

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  22. Those grey skies have meant pleasantly cooler temps in KL.

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    1. I love the cool temperature of this raining season.

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  23. I never miss the combo of assam laksa and fried liew when in Ipoh. It'd always be at Dai Shee Geok though.

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    1. If you have the time, this is another good place to taste the laksa and fried liew. Dai Shee Geok has more fried liew varieties.

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