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2014.10.21 | 飲飲食食

[Volume 9 Issue 10, #1957]
Bloggers World Never Leave FOOD Alone..
緬甸籍工人出師有成, 一手包辦的鮮蚶炒貴刁 , 其實都好唔錯哦 (RM5.50 @ 孟沙Lucky Garden全香茶餐室) | Char Koay Teow with fresh cockles, all by the Burmese worker who has learned all things, it was quite good actually (RM5.50 @ Kedai Kopi dan Makanan Chun Heong, Lucky Garden, Bangsar)湯底濃郁的咖哩麵, 再加上成座山嘅料蓋過晒啲麵, 加分不少呀 (RM5.00 @ 茨廠街中華巷三檔麵檔中間嗰檔) | Curry Noodles with thick flavorful broth, and what adds to the scores is that load of ingredients given (RM5.00 @ The middle stall of three noodles stalls at Madras Lane, Petaling Street)啦啦(蜆)湯米粉, 睇落清淡, 其實樣樣嘢新鮮又清甜無比 (RM6.00 @ 怡保路五條石國聯花園88茶餐室) | Meehoon in Lala (Clam) Soup, the soup looks pale and clear but very flavorful, actually everything in it is so fresh and juicy (RM6.00 @ Kepai Kopi 88, Taman Kok Lian, Batu 5 Jalan Ipoh)
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我真係覺得, 又或者只係我一人, 喺呢個博客世界中, 最為普遍, 最為受落, 最多人瀏覽, 最容易寫, 最不費腦筋就可留言嘅題材, 非飲食莫屬.. 以上三張係我「僅記得」影低嘅美食照片(請點擊ABC按鈕查看個別照片), 因為我唔係乜嘢都要影餐飽嘅飲食博客, 所以為咗今日呢一篇主流貼文, 我係要「提醒」自己咁做嘅, 哈哈!! 希望大家enjoy啦, 不過唔係咩高級餐廳嘢, 都係一般廉價街邊或茶室嘢啫.. 話我知, 以上食物當中, 你最喜歡又係邊一樣呢?? :)
i actually think, or maybe it is just me, that the most common, the most popular, the most viewed, the easiest to write, the most effortless to comment topic in this bloggers world has to be about FOOD.. above are three photos of food i "remembered" to take photo (please click or tap the ABC buttons to navigate individual photo), since i am not a foodie who usually take photos of every single food, i have to "remind" myself for the sake of this "mainstream" post, haha!! enjoy the food, no high-end restaurant food but just hawker and kopitiam food.. so tell me, which one of the above do you like most?? :)
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115 comments:

  1. Good morning SK

    what the.....woi tak aci ni

    pagi pagi post up CKT ...darn hungry wei....KFC no CKT...grrrr badddd

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    1. that CKT by camboadian workers ah? But look very much like the one in brickfields leh. Got lard or not

      But portion very very little only leh i see...enough to taste ka? Looks enough wok hei

      Hmmm rm5.50....haiz...pirce like that liao...tiny portion already so mahal liao

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    2. Okay okay...next time go bangsar collect med (not for me) can go to this restaurant to makan the CKT . Another option from the brickfields one. Thanks for adding in the name of restaurant. :)

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    3. not sure the worker is cambodian or burmese but he is already speaking very fluent cantonese, haha.. yeah, nowadays everything also starting from RM5 if you have thing in town already~~ :(

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    4. if get one starting with RM4 will be like strike lottery jor LOL...Ya lor they very fast learn our language here. Sometimes i see them I stopped for awhile coz duno what language to speak to order ...duno use malay, chinese or what

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  2. “不费脑筋可留言"? I always have think very "shen fu" to lao yan one wor...Maybe I've just so not good in "li zhong tai cai" but "ni gei you bei gao gan dan xiu xiu!" "mou ho fou ying, you di shi mut pian, wo sui you hou dou shi gan chong fou yao chong fou tai gei chi xin zhi you ye ho yi sei!"

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    1. I like the third one!! The first one maybe too oily for me, and too much "dou gei" I don't really like "dou gei"!! Second because I like spicy food which I might also like this one!! The third one because I saw got la la!! I like la la, that's why!! Hahaha!!

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    2. Have to write like that la!! Haha!! Very "dan xin, deng yi xia mou la la bei ren 狂炸!" "wo shi shuo ni de shi wu pian hai hao, hen duo qi ta de, wo hai xu yao chong fu zai chong fu kan hen duo ci cai zhao dao dong xi liu yan!!"

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    3. i don't always have all these food but occasionally, especially the curry, haha, that's really very oily and spicy and fattening, better not to eat too much lah~~ :p

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    4. Yah, yah, yah!! True also la!! Later eat a lot, feel bad then have to work more hard in gym like 恶性循环, so better balance it, then don't have to stress so much, your mouth happy and your body shape also happy, hehe!!

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  3. KNS lo......this one you purposely wanna kill me is it? first CKT then Curry noodles.....slurps......drooling to the max./

    wah this bowl sooooo much ingredient leh..and only RM5 ...faster kasi address!! What la...wanna blog about food...kasi address also ma...share share mah so that i can go cari makan there...only kasi food pic kasi me drool...bad bad SK

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    1. yalor, so much ingredients and they give brinjals which is very rare, and the toufu pok they use also kind of special, not the usual ones but texture more like those toufu pocket..

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    2. ya lor...surprised to see they give so many things leh...i thought if eat in those Cafe or restaurant this bowl will cost you at least RM10 plus lo

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  4. Morning bloggers.. Ahh, so today’s about food.. I think this one ok la, can comment without thinking much.. No need to crack my brain and squeeze my brain juice to think what to comment today, hehe.. And it’s Tuesday today, tomorrow public holiday, yay! So let’s me merry and happy today..

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    1. Ok, come.. First one.. Let me click *scrolls up and click*

      CKT ! Yes !! Nothing can go wrong with ckt kua, unless if you very picky and choosy, yim3 yim4 and achi achor type.. Usually, ckt will taste ok, except not enuff wok hei maybe, or not enuff “liew”, like cockles or taugeh.. Other than that, if it’s not burnt, I think most ckt taste ok one la, if you order in kopitiam or food court..

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    2. I usually like to order my ckt “Uncle, one ckt big, more mee, less kuey teow, oi “lat” (pedas) and tor tit “sang hum” (raw cockles), and “kar hor pau tan” too.. Anyone same as me ahh?

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    3. Ok, second picture, ohh la la, curry mee.. I always order curry mee at the food court near my office.. I always order “Uncle, 1 curry mee big, “tong” (soup), “oi hum, oi gai, oi siew yok, kar foo pok” (want cockles, want chicken, want roast pork, add tau foo pok)..

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    4. But in your picture, I see brinjals and tau kok too.. I think I also get tau kok in my curry mee, but not brinjals.. Very seldom..

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    5. Ok, 3rd one leh, I’m not so familiar.. I think I’ve eaten something like this, but it’s actually white tomyam soup.. Looks very “ching”, but very fresh indeed.. Like you said “ching ching dei” but taste fresh, so I have nothing to complain..

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    6. I’m not a foodie too.. I seldom eat out.. Only during lunch time with my colleagues.. Weekends and public holiday, well, you should know me well by now, we don’t go out, only stay home most of the time.. With two active naughty kids, and a hubby who works half day on Saturday, susah la.. Stay home eat noodles with ABC soup only.. Maybe fry eggs, and cook porridge (for G).. That’s all..

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    7. To answer your question, my favourite has got to the be the first one – ckt..

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    8. going to cekik sk soon for posting p such lovely food. so much ingredient and price not that expensive*dont let the seller see this comment*

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    9. hahaha, Princess Ribbon we all know you usually only have a few places to go - office, house and your parents/in-laws house, that's it, haha!! and you very geng lor, more geng than me i guess.. cos everything you order sure big one and also add this add that.. i usually order for small ones, except maybe for wantan mien i will order big ones most of the time lah..

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  5. Please please SK mana address of the above mentioned food??? That lala soup so cheap leh at RM6. I buy lala from pasar also similar price. Like that i better go eat there instead of susah susah go buy and cook. Some more i see the portion quite a lot...unless they sumbat the vege at the bottom to make it look more la

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    1. Yes, yes, must kasi address so that Meow can do food review :)

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    2. not do food review leh...but go there hunt and makan leh....see the CKT....prawns soooooo BIG ...then the curry mee so much liu for RM5.50 only wor.... slurps.....now drooling max liao

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    3. Yalor, but you will sure put up in your blog and lebih kurang do a simple review like nice or not. So many maken places that you go to I still have venture out there.

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    4. okie okie.. as per request, already given the name of the shop and the location.. you go and search for the map and how to go lah..

      other than the lala, they have other seafood like fresh fish and prawns and squid - but then those are a lot more expensive can be over RM10 a bowl, i eat the cheaper ones like lala and fishballs only.. that shop got another nice thing, the nasi lemak bungkus very nice!!

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    5. Thank you SK...die lo.......now i really drool jor...aiyo...if you posted before the Stand Chart run then can go there for breakfast jor. Yum yum lo.....can avoid the wanda coffeee in the lrt jor hahahaha

      hahahaha.....simple lesen L review...PH

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  6. My favourite would have to be the CKT. Or is that mee fried CKT style? I don't mind that either. Curry noodle will come in second. I am not too fond of the last one. For mee hoon, I prefer it fried.

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    1. yeah, just a generic name for that else most people may not understand.. because i only order for plain noodles and not koay teow for my CKT, haha..

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    2. LOL.....like that you very kam ching with my MIL la PH. She loves CKT but always say dont want coz cholestrol. Buy for her sure eat.

      Me likes dry type. Some fry till very soggy. Not nice.

      I tried frying before...aiyo.....rupa rupa it's not easy to fry leh. Looks like the plate that SK had there , the foreign worker really have some skill in frying CKT le.

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  7. No pork noodles? Sien... Then I will go for CKT..

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    1. got nice pork noodles opposite my office, but ooopsss, didn't "remember" to take photos~~ :p

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  8. I am not much of a foodie either and will always forget to take photos of food eaten at restaurant. Only half way through eating, then only remember but too late! Or worse, forget to bring camera like the last time I went to a nice restaurant in Sg Buloh. Regretted.

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    1. when i first started blogging, i really almost take photos of everything served in front of me, and because of that, i also often go to places where they have nicer food presentation.. but of course not now anymore, food has not been an usual topic in my blog since years ago :)

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    2. Cham....like that sound more and more like me jor.......Used to snap every pic but now slowing down. donno if is it loosing blogging mojo or just the food nothing special so no mood to snap pic and blog

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  9. I like A the most but then the char kway teow seems plain leh. Was it nice ? It's also seems very dry.

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    1. cannot judge by the look.. many things may look plain but taste good, but this one suits my taste.. my own opinion, may not be liked by others :)

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  10. B sounds good but I prefer not to take too much spicy food as I got a sensitive throat. Eat a bit then the throat will start to itch ....Hahah. .. else I will preferred B. I'm sure a lot of folks like B. Malaysians and Singaporeans are mostly spicy food lovers.

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    1. you have problem with your throat, and i actually have problem with my stomach when it comes to spicy and oily food.. so i also try to avoid those.. things like curry, nasi lemak or even KFC spicy - but somethings cannot resist the craving, hahaha!!

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  11. Errr. ..I dislike c. Probably I'm not a la la fan. Some more it's in soup , so the soup will have the raw taste. Hahha ... I think this is the least popular choice if I am not wrong.

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    1. haha, i know i know, if you see fish then probably you will like it more?? especially when it comes to sashimi~~ :p

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  12. Eh ...next post show some gourmet or restaurant food la...habba

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    1. aiyoh, i am not a foodie lah, can makan and fill up the stomach enough lah.. i don't go to Japanese restaurant and cafe everyday~~ :p

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  13. Oh the Curry mee at Madras lane ya.. Hmm....totally forgotten about this place. Last time i think one of the stall doesn;t allow for tapau. can only eat there.

    the yong Tau fu at opposite stall also very nice leh.

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    1. oh really?? i didn't know the stall doesn't allow tapao.. probably the one that i already banned.. there are three stalls selling noodles there, the 1st stall at the far end, i have banned because of the very bad attitude of the lady boss.. the third stall, just so so.. hence, i always just buy from the middle stall, nice and also good service..

      the YTF not nice anymore lah i think, somemore now RM1.20 a piece leh.. other places YTF nicer, eg: the one opposite my office..

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    2. I forgotten which stall jor coz when i say i wanna tapau the lady say no tapau...just eat there. So i tak jadi buy from her lor. Buy the Chee Cheoing Fun instead lo

      oh the YTF nit nice jor ah...guess now the inti they add more flour instead of fish gua....apa also naik harga liao

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  14. Easiest to write? It depends on what sort of food, right? If go to those sikit atas (fine dining) type of restaurant, I think I will be speechless. Anyway, I've never been there because the plate so big, the portion so small and then the bill very big hee..hee..

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    1. yeah, i mean my own opinion.. just have to post the photo, tell a bit about the ingredients, how you like it, and then the price and probably the place, then done, haha!! so, the plate and portion and bill are also something you can write about when you go to upscale restaurants huh?? haha~~

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    2. If Fine dining then have to have loads of fancy -mancy vocabulary lor...all those big big wor...those simple words like "delicious" ."taste good"..."so-so" just won't do. LOL...Long long words till have to google baru tau the meaning....

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  15. 1 more hour to lunch and Ah Boy is showing these delicious food?! Arghhh!!!

    Can I have all? Don't force me to choose one la..... CKT, curry noodle and lala soup are scrumptious and mouth watering.

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    1. Ok, ok... the one that catch my eyes the most is that bowl of lala soup. I never had that before :D

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    2. hahaha, Ah Hua can always go to have nice food at Casual Market during lunch time, right?? sure got delicious food there..

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    3. Ah Hua...u so lucky leh....that day i come here 7early 8early in the morning and kena kau kau...somach growling to max...some more my fav food dei. cham leh

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  16. The price is quite reasonable too. It's hard to get a bowl of noodle at the decent price of RM5-6 in KL nowadays. And those are super yummy one!

    In my town, one bowl of fish head beehoon can easily priced at RM10!! Blood-sucker~ So I usually seek for other alternative, go here and there and manage to pay RM5 to satisfy my craving for it, muehehehe *cheapskate mode*

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    1. yeah, the prices at these places are not too expensive, and i don't usually go to expensive places now.. can fill up my stomach so that i don't feel hungry can already leh.. oh, those fish head noodles can be expensive, that is why, i always choose fish paste which is cheaper, and also more convenient to eat than the fish head.. haha!!

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  17. Wow! All look so oishi to me. I actually love all of them, and you are improving in taking food pictures, especially the curry noodle pictures, make me so salivating.
    If I were to insist of choosing one, I will choose the last clam clear soup with mihun, because mihun soup has the less calories. Curry has lemak and fried noodle is usually oily.
    Yannie is soupy person, the last mihun soup is my top favourite, but I don’t mind to eat curry noodle and fried noodle too.
    I actually prefer hawker food like these more than those from posh restaurant. JAMY always go for hawker food, only occasionally go to restaurants. After 1 of April, JAMY will sure go to hawker food even more frequent, we try to avoid paying GST la!
    Yannie loves seeing food pictures like what SK posted here, Yannie love taking food pictures too, but Yannie has problem writing about food. I am so sucks at food post. Heheheh!
    When SK wants to come to Taiping to feast on Taiping hawker food in Casual Market?

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    1. SK, you ask us what is our choice of 3 food pictures, are you going to cook or buy us the food that we choose ? Hehehe!

      By the way, I love all type of hawker food, I love to have curry laksa mee, mee rebus, chendol, ais kacang, laksa, CKT, pan mee, noodle soup, satay, rojak, nyonya kuih, popiah, leng chi kang, and many mores. All these nice hawker food can easily find in Taiping, just one place, you can have all, that is our most popular food court, Casual Market. I sound like doing advertisement now. Heheheh!

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    2. hahaha, if i can ever cook any of those food, then i think i shall go and open one shop instead of blogging here already, haha.. just aje aje want to ask only lah, no other purpose, hahahaha~~

      oh, the Casual Market seems to have a lot of nice food to eat, look at the list Yannie gave!! OMG, all sound so delicious only!! so going to Casual Market is best in a big group, so that can order more and taste more variety when sharing huh??

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  18. LOL! I am those who like to take photos of food before I eat. Even those that I have taken and eaten before haha!

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    1. yes, we all know that, haha!!

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  19. Must have enough materials to post on my Instagram mah hahaha!

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    1. you already have too much lah, until you have no time to write about them, hahahaha~~

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  20. Most likely, my camera or handphone camera need to eat first before me! Hahahaha!

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    1. i am sure you will click very well with many Food Mayor level of bloggers~~ :D

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  21. But I don't take photos of food that I hate LOL!

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    1. must also take, so that you don't only write the positive but also the negative.. a balance mah~~

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  22. And I don't take photos of food when the lighting is too dim unless the food is special or never eater before. I never ever use the flash/lighting from my camera as the photos will turn out to be very ugly!

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    1. i don't like to use flash too.. but i guess you can invest in spotlight type of flash so that you can take nicer photos, haha!!

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  23. But a lot of the photos I took never end up in my blog or Facebook. Some just ended up in my camera/handphone to be deleted later hahaha!

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    1. because you are so long-winded that you have no time to write your blog..

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  24. Wah! All your 3 different food look yummy!! But at this moment, I feel like eating that char koay teow! Yum yum!

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  25. Oh talking about taking photos of food, when I first started blogging, my family members and friends could not stand me taking photos as they wanted to dive into the food immediately and could not wait for me. Now, it's a different story. Now they ask me before eating if I want to take any photos first. LOL!!

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    1. good that your family now has got use to your camera eat first family culture~~ :D

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  26. Once a family member forgot to wait for me to take photos of the food and already ate it. When I tried to take photo, she immediately apologised. LOL! How times have changed. :D

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    1. haha, i thought you should apologize to her for making her feel bad about something not necessary~~ :p

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  27. Wahhhhhh food post from SK.

    With location some more.

    After this, sure get a lot of offers to feature food here. *thumbs up*

    Hihihi

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    1. yalah, wanna blog like a (fake) foodie then must have info like price and location, muahahaha!!

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    2. What is a fake or real foodie anyway? Hahaha

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    3. real foodie are those who take photos of every single food and then write all about food in all of their posts, and yet have so much food in their camera and in the scheduled post queue that many has become basi in the queue..

      a fake foodie is like Thambee.. takes a couple of photos occasionally if he remembers and takes him a couple of months to accumulate enough photos to write a food post.. and then doesn't write any critics on how the food looks like, taste like as well as the environment, service and price.. hahaha!!

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    4. eh till basi in the queue or till sudah jadi baja or recycled in Indah water ah LOL

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  28. I think food blogs are the ones that garner quite a number of traffic, right? Correct me if I'm wrong but that's what I gleaned over discussions with other bloggers.

    Everyone (well, almost) loves to eat. :)

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    1. that is what i am thinking too!! great minds think alike dei, muahahaha!! give me five!! :p

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  29. Curry mee with lots of cockles is definitely my favourite out of those three! :)

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    1. oh, you love curry with cockles?? me too, if no cockles then it seems to be so imperfect and incomplete no matter how delicious the curry is~~

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    2. Quite hard to find nice ones nowadays that I can eat. *sob*

      Wanna go cry somewhere. Muahaha

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    3. ooopss!! sorry but i can't help you with this.. those that i find nice are not suitable for your consumption, hehe!! :p

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    4. Yalah.... what you share, I can see only. Sob sob

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  30. Good Afternoon Happy Bloggers!

    I just had my lovely lunch and feel better to comment now. This morning my fingers could not type properly as the photos made my stomach growl.

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    1. I love Char Koay Teow but yours was all noodles! That's not original Lucky Char Koay Teow....should be Lucky Char Mee.. Hihihihi

      Wah! You hang out at Lucky Gardens in Bangsar where all the well heeled eaters go! Very soon you will eat at Happy Gardens after being lucky! They have good Happy Char Koay Teow there!!

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    2. I also love Curry Noodles! Yummy! There is some difference with KL and Penang styles but both are good & delicious in their ways. KL style put chicken meat and char siew whereas Penang style is plenty of blood. Bluek!!

      You wanna try Penang style, you can eat at Lorong Seratus Tahun restaurant which the nearest is at Scott Gardens, Old Klang Road.

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    3. I have never tried this Meehoon in Lala. Thambee need to belanja Anay this dish someday. The closest I had was in a big restaurant and they served Meehoon with plenty of seafood inside like prawns, fish, crabs, lala, sotong and many more. Is that counted??

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    4. i guess CKT and curry are both very common food that many of us eat in normal days, probably a little less common is the lala noodles.. oh yeah, it's the same thing, they have seafood noodles available, but the fish and prawns and sotong are so expensive, at least RM10 a bowl, so Thambee only opted for the cheaper fishball and lala, haha..

      Anay also a foodie, he has got so many recommendations here!! cool info.. Small Kucing must come and read this comment thread!!

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  31. I'm the food blogger who take photo of every single food :(

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    1. haha, no need to mention but that's already very obvious from your blog :p

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    2. My FB & instagram also filled with food photos =.="

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  32. I like the CKT most as the prawns is so tempting, my favourite prawns, hehe...

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    1. hehehe, now we all know Sharon cannot resist prawns!! :p

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  33. Hello Sk,

    Happy Deepavali to you.

    Pic A is fried yellow noodle (not kway teow) although it is fried in the style of CKT, I call it si ham char fun. I have not eaten this at the stall you mentioned.

    Pic B. I have eaten this curry mee. Truly very tasty but too close to the fresh chicken stall for my comfort so I seldom go there again.

    Pic C. Looks really good but I almost never go Jalan Ipoh so no chance to try this.

    Thanks for sharing. You are well on your way to be a food blogger! Yay!

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    1. Actually I like si ham char fun (yellow noodle) because of the alkaline taste (which you wrote before that you don't quite like).

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    2. yeah, just call the generic name CKT else i guess many will not be able to understand.. haha, i actually prefer only yellow noodles for my CKT, i don't like yellow noodles in "ching tong" only, if in curry or "gon lo" i will usually have mihun mee.. and of course, i am afraid of that heavy alkaline taste, but so far so good, these few places i went, their yellow noodles are just good.. so you are actually one who loves the alkaline taste?? oh, you are so special~~

      hahaha, i am quite flexible when it comes to blogging, can write any topic and "pretend" to be one of those experts, hahahaha!! afterall, an interesting blog is one about sharing opinion and giving useful information, and words laid out as in you are really talking to your readers and not merely typing them on the screen.. at least i think so..

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  34. The curry noodles looks delicious. Anyway, curry noodles is always my favorite.

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    1. this curry noodles is nice and look at that heap of ingredients given!!

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  35. i like gali mee....yum yum....i jst had one..
    Nope not in Madras Lane but in Papparich....now so kenyang liao!

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    1. hahaha, i have not tried gali mien at Paparich before, but i think at least double the price for the same portion at Madras Lane??

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    2. yealor, double the price wor....err actually slightly more than double...

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  36. The THIRD ONE!! Cos I don't have that in Ipoh.. so far... never tasted meehoon with lots of lala... yes, sure very sweet... yummmsss!

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    1. are you sure?? i thought there's nothing we cannot find in Ipoh the City of Food!! errr, actually this is those seafood noodles only, just that the fresh fish and prawns are too expensive, and the cheapest fishball habis jual, so i chose the cheaper one with only lala.. hahaha!! :D

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    2. Noodles with seafood ada la... not with lala alone... anyway, the stalls selling the seafood noodles here in Ipoh, I still cannot get one that is really tasty... :)

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  37. well, i like to eat too, okay ah the price for rm5.50~

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  38. Curry noodles hands down!!! So cheap. I can never get anything below RM6 here in PJ now.

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  39. 我最想試啦啦湯米粉,睇落買相幾唔錯。

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  40. Phew, lucky I see this post now, as I am back in Malaysia. If I read this post during my trip last week, sure a very suffering reading for me cause I miss Malaysian food so badly that time!!

    I know European food is not to my liking, since I've been there a few times, but honestly food in East Europe is even worse, sorry la I am just trying to be honest. They have this meat types, served with rice (for sure), but the rice tasted odd, it looks like the rice we have here, but when you chew on them, you'll realize half of them are 'uncooked', very keras one. And since day 3 or 4 onwards, I started to miss local food so badly already, one night I had the cup noodles that the tour leader brought from Malaysia and it was so satisfying!! But too bad one person gets only 2 cups, since the kastam is strict, they can't bring too many.
    Sometimes I rather had bread than eating their main course.. huhu.

    Ok back to what you written, erm it depends la, if you're a serious professional food blogger, writing a food review isn't really that easy lo.... Cause you must review every single pieces of the food and the taste, plus must use those bombastic words.. Of course if you were like me, cincai write one then sure no pressure, xD
    Ya of course most people like to read food post!

    So the cha kuey teow you had looks good! But have you try Taiping's one before? If you come Taiping you must try, many said it's the best!! We have 2 types of CKT here usually, one with prawns/clams like what you had, another one is with fishball (slightly more 'wet' compared to the previous one). Both also very good.

    As for the curry noodles, have to admit there're so many 'liu' on top! And the color of the soup is sure tempting! Hmm usually when I eat curry mee I don't like to add sambal anymore, so that I can enjoy the true curry flavor.
    Oh ya if you come to Taiping (again :p) must go Kuala Sepetang and try their curry noodles! Their laksa is good too, every afternoon sure long queue one, and best of all it's less than RM3! Of course not as big bowl as what you shown, but the flavor is already very satisfying.
    Whenever we go there sure tapao a few packets back home one...

    The third one, at first I thought just seafood soup when I look at the photo, but you wrote there it's meehoon in lala soup, but I cannot see the meehoon leh, haha, but its good la, it means you get what you paid for, the lala is more than the meehoon, worth to order! Yep can tell the lala is very fresh by looking at them, and RM 6 is very reasonable!

    So don't underestimate hawker/kopitiam food, sometimes they taste better than those food served in high-end restaurant!

    Which one I like the most ar? Erm if I tell you will you bring me there to eat next time if I visit KL? Muahahah xD

    Ok la just kidding, erm I like all 3 but if really must choose, I'll choose the third one ;)

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