Thursday, May 10, 2012

Kum Kee (锦记) of Big Small Legs Noodles!





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Ever since my siblings and me went out of Ipoh, my parents started to explore Ipoh.Hahaha, yup, they eat more nice food than me~ Anyhow, this is another foodie post on Kum Kee @ Pasir Pinji. The main famous dish is the big small legs noodles!!! Hahaha, quite unique name! 



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These were what we ordered! (^^) I would explain one by one. They looked nice rite? (^^)



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The taugeh (beansprout) in Ipoh is said to the best in Malaysia. Well, I didn't really know that until recent years when most of friends told me @@~ Yup, they were juicy and fat (^^)



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These are my dad favourite! Not my cup of tea though, but, they were quite nice and tasty especially they were just soft to the mouth!



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This is my favourite, but a bit fattening oooo~ Oh well, once-in-a-blue-moon (not really) (><) It seems that I am having weight problem recently. ..
 
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With the mixture of various yong liu or different filled pieces (don;t know the English name for those, but same as yong tou fu ), it completes the meals!!! YEAH, so nice!!! I love those fried stuffs!



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The whole meal is not complete without some nice mees~ You can mix or just have only 1 type of mee. Yes, these are so nice (^^).

Oh nooooo, it is time for me to study for my final test in my university life!!!!





    


6 comments:

Duncan Kon said...

aiks ~ it is not so good for a vegetarian ~ amitbha

Xjion89 said...

hahahaha~ not easy to be a vegetarian.
Will try to cut down the meat consumption~

Ken said...

i thought it would be better to go Dai Shu Tou for yong tau fu ? lol

smallkucing said...

wah i like.......

Xjion89 said...

hahaha, another option available~ this restaurant oso quite famous~

Xjion89 said...

after you try, you will like it more~