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Saturday, 21 May 2022

Curry Noodle & Hakka Noodle For Breakfast At Lee Kitchen, Ipoh.

We haven't been to Lee Kitchen for 3 whole years. Recently a friend went there for breakfast and gave good review of the curry noodle that they have tasted. One morning we couldn't go for morning walk because it was drizzling, so we went to Lee Kitchen for breakfast.

It was early so the tables were not fully occupied.
We ordered a cup of unsweetened coffee.
While waiting for our orders, I bought 2 pieces of chai kuih (yam bean dumplings).
2 pieces of Chinese doughnuts (you tiao) for takeaway.
A bowl of curry noodle with flat rice noodle (koay teow).
For RM7, there is a lot of ingredients in this bowl of curry noodle (bbq pork, roast pork, tofu puff, a fish ball, a meat ball, pig's skin and etc.)
Hakka noodle with minced pork.
Meat balls and pork tendon ball.
Fried stuffed bean curd sheet items.
I think this is about RM6+.
By the time we finished our breakfast and was about to leave, all the tables were occupied.
There are many other stalls waiting for us to try.
Photo credited to my friend, Marie.
Thanks for sharing a snapshot of the above beautiful moth


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40 comments:

  1. Your breakfast looks wonderful, and I love the moth your friend photographed, great shot. Happy weekend, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Have a happy new week.

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  2. Wow, that is a lot of interesting looking food! And the place looks great, too!

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  3. I had Hakka Mee in Seremban, something like Kuching kolo Mee. Nice!

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    1. I haven't tasted the one in Seremban. So I can't compare the taste.

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  4. Hello,
    I do love a good cup of coffee in the morning, your meals look delicious. The moth is beautiful, lovely markings. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting. Have a happy week.

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  5. I like the yellow color of the plates; it adds style. The cup of coffee and the dumplings look appealing.
    The moth captured by your friend is a beauty!

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  6. That's a very satisfying breakfast!

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  7. yummy! In my place, thats doughnut was called kue bantal or cakwe...it is very deliciose with chili sauce...

    the koay teow is the best for a rainy day or cold weather. Have a nice dau Nancy ^^

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    1. I haven't tried the doughnut with chili sauce but I love dipping it in coffee.

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  8. The moth is gorgeous! And those doughnuts sure look yummy! Happy weekend!

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  9. That's very pretty for a moth, many of them don't have such a lovely color.

    That is a good many stalls to try.

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  10. Your breakfast certainly looks very different from what I eat, but it does look good.

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  11. There are many eateries that I used to patronize that I haven't been to for 3 years or more already. The Curry Noodle has char siew that looks more reddish. Good to eat Hakka Noodle For Breakfast because they are more filling than mihun. This Lee Kitchen looks like a food court with very many stalls for u to try from. The moth looks quite pretty. Do you know Where did your friend encounter this pretty moth?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. My friend found this moth in her big garden.

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  12. Buenos días, amiga Nancy.
    Para un occidental es difícil de entender un desayuno tan sustancioso y variado acompañado de un café.
    Tienen muy buena pinta y me gustaría un día probar ese tofu y esos fideos con carne picada, ahora eso si, acompañados de una cerveza o de un buen vino.
    Un abrazo.

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  13. Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing :)

    Abdel | Infinitely Posh.

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  14. Wow. The curry noodle sure looked good, so many ingredients some more. Wish we have good one over here.

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    1. This curry noodle is worth going back for.

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  15. The Chinese doughnuts is so different from our Canadian doughnuts . Do they stuffing inside of them?

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Some have stuffing, some without stuffing.

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  16. Nice to have so many varieties of food in one place.

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