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Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Breakfast At Restoran Yei Lock, Ipoh

3 days before Movement Control Order (MCO 2.0) was announcement for Perak, I took my friends to Restoran Yei Lock, Jalan Kampar, to try their "Lenggong" noodles. This fried noodles stall is located at the back of the coffee shop, so customers will have to walk to the back to order. My friends, both mother and son have not tried these noodles, so I took the opportunity to introduce them to four different types of noodles.

#1 - "Wat tan hor" which is fried flat rice noodle with pork, prawns, fish cake and thick egg gravy.
#2 - "Mun yee meen" which is stewed pre-fried noodle with pork, prawns and fish cake.
#3 - "Wat tan sang meen" which I think is deep fried fresh wonton noodle with pork, prawns, fish cake and thick egg gravy. This is called the dry version.
#4 - I also ordered a bowl of noodle in soup (soup version) and it came to our table much later. That is why I forgot to snap a photo of it.
From one of the front noodle stall, I ordered a plate of roast pork (RM15) for us to share. It was a hearty breakfast for 4 of us that we have to skip lunch.
I couldn't get Google Lens to identify this plant because the photo was not very clear. I think it belongs to the Jasmine plant family. I hope to get a better and clearer shot the next time I see these flowers.
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Home cooked dinner for 2 people.
There was leftover taro & pork belly and fish past & minced pork patties from the previous day's dinner. Placed them together in a plate for steaming.
Napa cabbage, carrot, garlic and salt, sauteed and simmer till soft.
2 home made salted duck eggs, cooked by boiling.
We couldn't finished 2 salted eggs, so kept one in the fridge.


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54 comments:

  1. roast pork and noodles for breakfast! I like!

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  2. Wow... I miss the fried noodles, Nancy! Wonder when we can go out together again!

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    1. Will have to wait for the green light to dine-in from the authorities.

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  3. So delicious! The roasted pork and salted egg yolks are my absolute favourite.

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    1. Thank you, Skye. If you are a blogger, please share your link for me to visit.

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  5. The roast pork looks delicious, but unfortunately I am no longer able to have pork.

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  6. ...Nancy, you sure have an array of food choices today.

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    1. With more people eating, we can have more choices.

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  7. I miss wat tan hor! Not so nice when tapau. Best to eat on the spot. But have to wait till MCO is over.

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    1. Yes, I too do not like to tapau and some things just do not taste good when tapau.

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  8. Very nice to treat your friends to a good meal. I have never tried duck eggs.

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    1. Actually, my friends insisted on paying for the breakfast.

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  9. I think I would enjoy "Mun yee meen" myself Nancy. You know, I've never tried duck eggs. Do they taste different with Chicken eggs? Enjoy your day.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Not much difference except that duck eggs have a slightly stronger smell and taste.

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  10. I loved the dishes, they look delicious. I loved the blog I'm already following. xoxo

    https://beperes.blogspot.com/

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  11. I wish I could have gone with you. Love all things noodles. Yummy.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Would love to introduce you to the noodles. Have a wonderful week.

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  12. I still need to remember to get a pork roast.

    Those flowers are beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I hope you remember to get a pork roast soon.

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  13. Oh yum! My mouth is watering! Have a tasty day!

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  14. Wowzers! Those noodles look fabulous! Have a marvellously Happy Day!

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  15. I love any knd of noodles. This pretty flower is so WHITE! Even whiter than white.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. It is so white that I can't get a good shot of it.

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  16. Clever to use google image search! I love your food posts. Thank you for the scripture to consider.

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  17. Napa cabbages dish is my favourite! So tasty! The white flower is too white, can't see or pickup it's scent.

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  18. That does look like a big, hearty breakfast.

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  19. Good that you learn how to use Google lens.

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    1. Thanks to Mun. She is the one who introduced me to Google lens.

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  20. Las flores se ven preciosas. Besos.

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  21. The flowers I think are Adam's Apple (Tabernaemontana divaricata). The food looks great. Keep well and stay safe, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane for helping with the identity of the flowers. Take care and stay safe.

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  22. It's so great 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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  23. Mun yee meen has always been a favourite of mine. But not the fried dry noodle coz there never seems to be enough sauce to dunk it in!

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    1. To prevent the sauce from being soaked up by the fried dry noodle, it must be eaten first.

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