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Monday, 9 November 2020

Lunch At Face To Face Noodle House, Ipoh

Last week we went to pick up our old friends from their house to take them out for lunch. The place we wanted to have lunch was closed. Our friends suggested a new place which we haven't been to. It is the Face to Face Noodle House in Greentown Business Center.

From the menu.
From the menu.
Menu on the wall.
Simple decoration on the wall.
The coffee here is good. I requested for less sweet.
Our friend ordered Traditional Bee Hoon in soup.
Her hubby ordered Creations Pork Pan Mee (no photo to show)
I ordered this Dark soy & Chili Sauce Sarawak Noodle.
It was served with minced meat and bbq pork slices.
It was served with a bowl of soup with 2 meat balls.
I love this yummy condiment, not too spicy.
Hubby ordered the Sichuan Piquant Pan Mee.
For sharing: Chef special fried dumplings.
For sharing: Almond Peanut Toast + 1 tea (set).
Total bill = RM51.40 for 4 people.

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50 comments:

  1. The alond peanut toast looks so good, yummy. Love the wall decor.

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  2. Food look very delicious.

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  3. The fried dumplings look really great.

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  4. i have eaten at Face to Face outlet in my neighbourhood before it closed down...that was many years back (7 years ago, I think).

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  5. ...there are so many noddles all around the world.

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    1. So many that we don't have the chance to taste them all.

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  6. I sure would enjoy trying this place!

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    1. I am sure you will enjoy their different types of noodles.

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  7. Good food and time spent with friends are priceless :)

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  8. Same as NuxV I have been to same face to face shop that she has been to cos we stay around the same area. Of all the food u show here, I like the peanut almond toast the most. Which food do you like best here?

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    1. I like the Sarawak noodle and the almond peanut toast.

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  9. The Pan mee looked good. Must be hot and spicy.

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  10. I've not had breakfast yet and my stomach growled while looking at all this delicious food.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Everything looks delicious! IO'm hungry now ;)

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  12. What delicious dishes and great photos! Thanks a lot for the post!

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  13. It looks SO good! We don't really have noodle shops here, I really wish we did.

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  14. delicious foods as usual ....... love Bee Hoon in soup.

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  15. I love the wall decorations...if I had a lot of room, I would love something like them.

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    1. I am sure your wall decorations will be beautiful.

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  16. I would enjoy all the noodles. Sometimes, I prefer to have a bowl of noodles instead of rice.

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  17. Almond toast, i want to try that!

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  18. Hi Nancy. Now that we've moved to our new home, I can get back to check the blogs of my friends especially yours Nancy because about the many different foods. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Good that you have moved to your new home. Looking forward to your new posts.

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  19. Se ve todo muy sabroso. Besos.

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  20. So you didn't have to 'work' to prepare the noodles? I like the look of the szechuan one with all that topping. And peanuts.

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    1. My work is to mix the chili flake condiment into the noodle and start eating. Lol!

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  21. The sarawak noodles look good and I would enjoy the toast without the almonds.

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