Tuesday, 20 December 2022

Lunch At Public House Food Court, Taman Ipoh Timur

Rain or shine, we must have our breakfast. On this particular morning, we want to return to Double Three Cafe in Menglembu new township for our breakfast.

I ordered claypot noodle (yee mee). Yee mee is pre-fried noodle.
Ingredients: Yee mee, napa cabbage, minced meat balls, fish paste, fish cake and 1 egg.
Hubby ordered wanton mee with stewed pork leg.
The wanton mee with beansprouts, minced meat and sauce. It was served with a plate of pickled green chili.
Stewed pork leg with dried chili.
Freshly fried Chinese doughnut (ma keok and hum chim peng). Customers will be waiting at the stalls for these fast selling fried Chinese crullers and doughnuts.
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A friend recommended Public House Food Court to us. It is at Jalan Medan Ipoh 2, Taman Ipoh Timur.
Hubby ordered flat rice noodle with egg gravy (wat tan hor).
I ordered stewed pork rib with peanuts. It came with 2 pieces of tofu and 1 hard boiled egg.
And a plate of white rice with a few pieces of sliced cucumber.
We don't know if we will return because this place is quite far from our house.
An old fashioned house front with pre-war designs in Penang.


Don't go to war without wise guidance;
there is safety in many counselors.
(Proverbs 24:6, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. The old fashion house with its colonial facade looks artistic, i hope they preserve & maintain them well. Long time i didn't eat ma keok and ham chim peng....yummmzzz!

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    1. Thank you, Nux. Ma keok is one of my favourite.

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  2. I miss that claypot yee mee, dunno of any place selling that here. The wat tan hor looks good!

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  3. Wooow, increible el aspecto tan sugerente de esos platos, tienen que estar muy ricos, saludos.

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  4. Wow...looks so tasty...i like the ingredients of yee mee...

    the last pict remembering me bout kue bantal or cakwe

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  5. ! am hungry, and your food has made me even more so! Hugs, Valerie

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  6. ...Nancy, that hoses has so much amazing trim, it's beautiful.

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  7. The spicy stewed pork legs look really appetizing. That house is amazing!

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  8. Yum, yum Nancy. Have a great day my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    The design of the old fashioned house is a unique character in Penang, I presume!
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  10. The building looks elegant and has a traditional feel! Anything cooked or served in a mud vessel will have a distinct flavor.

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  11. I like the architecture of that house.

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  12. The food looks amazing. Wow.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. The house front is amazing...wow! And your meals are such a treat...wish I could be there!

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  14. The food looks so good, and that house is very pretty!

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  15. Thank you Nancy. I seldom see wanton noodles with beansprouts. Do you think they go well together?

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    1. Greens are expensive during rainy season. I don't mine beansprout with wanton noodles.

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  16. Such exotic foods you share!
    Thanks for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/12/wishing-you-peace-on-earth-good-will.html

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  17. Yummm these doughnuts! This all looks so delicious!

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    1. Thank you, FR. Sorry, I cannot access the comment section.

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  18. I thinks the second to last plate looks the most interesting.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  19. Ricos fideos, me dio ganas de las donas. Te mando un beso.

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  20. Fried stuff is always best eaten almost straight from the wok.

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    1. At this stall, there is no chance for the fried stuff to grow cold. All snatched up once they are out of the wok.

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  21. Buena comida. Besos y Feliz Navidad.

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