Friday, 19 August 2022

Jln Datoh Wan Tan Mee At Desa Rishah, Ipoh

We overslept but still got ready for our morning walk.

Sunrise at 7:00am.
Started our morning walk at slightly past 7:00am.
We finished our morning walk at about 7:55am.
View of the Kledang hill (reverse side of sunrise).
We took our car and drove to Desa Rishah.
A friend informed us of this place. This is the same wan tan mee which was formerly at Jalan Datoh, Ipoh. They have named this place as Jln Datoh Wan Tan Mee. It took us a long time to come here.
2 plates of single Wan tan mee (dry version).
Single portion (5 pieces) of wan tan (minced pork dumplings).
Double portion (10 pieces) of wan tan (minced pork dumplings) for hubby.
10 pieces of fried wan tan @ 70 cents per piece.
When eating wan tan mee or wan tan noodle, pickled green chili is a must for most of us.
Luo han guo or monk fruit drink and coffee with evaporated milk (both drinks unsweetened).
Breakfast for 2 people.
Passed by this plant on our morning walk. This was identified by Google Lens as Lagerstroemia or commonly known as Crepe Myrtle.
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Yam rice for dinner.
Taro rice or yam rice, enough for 2 dinners.
Ingredients used: chopped garlic, dried shrimp, diced shiitake mushrooms, and diced taro. Stir fried all the above ingredients, season with salt, oyster sauce and dark sauce. Then, add in the brown rice and transfer to a pot. Add water and steam until rice is cooked.


For who among us can know the mind of the Lord?
Who knows enough to be his counselor and guide?
And who could ever offer to the Lord enough to induce him to act?
For everything comes from God alone.
Everything lives by his power, and everything is for his glory.
To him be glory evermore.
(Romans 11:34-36, The Living Bible-TLB)

32 comments:

  1. We have lots of crepe myrtles here in Tulsa. They do great in the high heat, sunshine, and humidity.
    I love your breakfast and dinners. The food looks delicious.
    Good for you for getting out and seeing the sunrise. You had a little color in it.
    Great verse you picked for today.
    Enjoy your weekend!!

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  2. Thank you Nancy for showing us the lovely pink flowers and your tasty breakfast at Jln Datoh Wan Tan Mee At Desa Rishah, Ipoh. I would love to eat the wantons, both the fried and non fried wantons. Which wanton do you prefer - wantons in soup or deep fried wantons?

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    1. I like both the wantons. The fried ones are great for snacks.

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  3. I didn't have the chance to test asian food, but your pictures looks...yummy :) . And also the clouds...OMG, I love them !

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    1. You will enjoy Asian food with it many different flavours and varieties.

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  4. Pretty sunrise and I like the low clouds!

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  5. Love the morning skies and mist. Great food, too. Hugs, Valerie

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  6. Yes, this is a Crepe Myrtle; we have many here. Love your photos of the mist on the mountains.

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  7. What a lovely morning! Nice wantons and noodles. I wish I could try the yam rice. Never had any before.

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  8. Ricos wantons, y que lindas flores. Te mando un beso.

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  9. Food looks delicious. Dawn images are excellent.

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  10. Crepe myrtle is certainly an eye catcher!

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  11. Now feel like having fried wanton. Haha

    Your yam rice looked yummy.

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  12. That was a pretty morning and a good breakfast, as well as lovely flowers.

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  13. The views of the sunrise and the foggy mountains are both spectacular! I hope you had a good breakfast.
    Pretty flowers.

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  14. That's a lot of wantons. They have a lot of 'sam kei' making them small and dainty.

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    1. Yes, a lot of work goes into making these small and dainty wantons.

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