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Friday, 6 May 2022

Prawn Curry Noodles At Kedai Kopi Yan Won, Pusing

This was a Tuesday morning, last week of April.

Sunrise at 6:55am.
Birds were flying over us but I only managed to capture this lone bird.
Sunrise at 6:57am
6:58am
After morning walk, I watered the plants, quickly took my bath and waited for our friends to take us for breakfast in Pusing town. The coffee shop is Kedai Kopi Yan Won, #40, Jalan Besar (main road), Pusing. This is my 2nd visit to this place.
We ordered some fried bean curd sheet for sharing.
We ordered 4 places of prawn curry noodle (dry version). The curry gravy is thick and creamy and not spicy. Those who cannot take too spicy will love this.
Hubby and I ordered prawn curry with wonton noodle.
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After breakfast, we walked to the wet market which is behind this eatery. On the way out from the market, we stopped at a roadside stall to buy glutinious rice dumpling (bak chang).
I bought 1 pillow bak chang (glutinous rice dumpling).
There are 2 sizes. This big one has salted egg yolk @ RM7.
I re-steamed the dumpling.
Hubby and I shared this dumpling for lunch.
Filling in the bak chang: shiitake mushroom, pork belly, salted egg yolk, black eye bean and red bean. I like the combination of red bean and black eye bean. Looking forward to the next trip to Pusing to buy this pillow bak chang again. Yums!
The warm and dry season is back.
My bougainvillea will be in full bloom again.


The desert and the parched land will be glad;
the wilderness will rejoice and blossom.
Like the crocus, it will burst into bloom;
It will rejoice greatly and shout for joy.
The glory of Lebanon will be given to it,
the splendor of Carmel and Sharon;
they will see the glory of the LORD,
the splendor of our God.
(Isaiah 35:1-2, New International Version-NIV)

26 comments:

  1. So many big prawns, how much a plate? Would be expensive here. Now I'm thinking of buying a pillow chang one of these days. LOL!!!

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    1. It was RM8, not sure if it is still the same price. Someone paid the bill.

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  2. The prawns look so succulent and flavourful. Love the fried tofu skin too.

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  3. I would love to taste the prawns too. Your bougainvillea looks amazing. Warm greetings.

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. Warm greetings to you too.

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  4. The sunrises and your bougainvillea look spectacular!
    (Nancy, your comment on my post 'Customer Service' got deleted by mistake. Sorry about that and about not replying to it.)

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  5. The bougainvillea is a visual treat, and you captured some beautiful sunrises. Anything covered in leaves has a unique flavor, and I'm glad you liked your dumplings. Have a nice weekend.

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  6. Tasted pillow Bak Chang last Decemner. Pretty big, need to share around.

    The prawn curry looked yummy, with the big prawns on top.

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  7. Wow, so many prawns in the Prawn Curry Noodles. I must remember this shop name: Kedai Kopi Yan Won at Pusing. Did you remove the shells of the prawns using your bare hands?

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    1. No, I can remove the shells without using my bare hands. Lol!

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  8. Love the food. You and your husband eat so very well.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. I love glutinous rice! Mmmm. I used to grow bougainvillea but threw it out because of the thorns.

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    1. This is the only pot left. I threw away the rest because of the thorns.

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  10. Your first photo is beautiful! And your bougainvillea is abundant and stunning!

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  11. Nancy, around here we call the bougainvillea Santa Rita and it's very pretty. They say that with its flowers you can make tea to help treat cough

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    1. Oh, I didn't know that the flowers can be used to make tea to treat cough. This is interesting.

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  12. Greetings and Salutations! A restaurant near here has bougainvillea outside during the summer months. It is much too cold to winter in Illinois. I do not know where the owners of the restaurant get the plants. They are as beautiful as yours. Thank you for sharing. Always look forward to looking at your photographs and explanations on your blog. Have a good weekend.

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    1. Yes, the bright colours of the flowers brighten up the place.

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  13. That was a most beautiful sunrise.

    You find such good places to eat!

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    1. We came to know this place because a friend took us there.

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