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Monday, 24 May 2010

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant

A week ago I found myself in Bidor. Papa and Mamarazzi gone crazy again. Morning woke up, Mamarazzi suddenly felt like makan-ing the Aun Kheng Lim Salted Chicken again.

Then Papa said lets go and I found myself being dragged along to Ipoh.

Stopped for lunch at Bidor at the famous Pun Chun Restaurant. I guess no introduction required gua? Everyone knows this restaurant, right?



Papa ordered their Char Siew Wan Tan Mee. Price forgotten. Papa love the texture of the noodle. Very bouncy.


Mamarazzi ordered their Ginger Duck Noddle. RM4-60. Surprisingly cheap and they give a whole Duck thigh and drumstick. A lot of herbs in this noodle till enough to ward off a vampire.


I had the noodle and soup. Tasted very rich and good. Got a fuzzy feeling from the soup.


Then Papa saw an old man going around with this Dim Sum. Order one plate. RM2-80. Eeee so expensive geh. But went Papa bite into it, found that it's full of fish paste. Very genuine. No wonder so expensive la.


And the ngum ngum the freshly made Wu Kok come out. Order two.


Wah lau eh...don't blame me if you are drooling all over your lappie ya. Papa said these were DELICIOUS. Nope, didn't tapau any coz these have to be eaten fresh.




However, we did tapau home these Siew Pau. Unfortunately, they didn't taste as nice after reheating. Guess these must be eaten fresh also.


Mamarazzi also bought two Kar Lui Peah before we heads on to Ipoh.

Tomorrow, more foodielious post coming on. Be warned, don't visit this blog on an empty stomach ya.

53 comments:

  1. Eeeeee.... You make me drooling on those nice food. Pity me, i only eat Iranian food everyday. Now craving for CKT.

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  2. *screams!!!!*
    it's 3.48 am and i am hungry!! just finished a load of laundry and came to relax. boohoohooooo

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  3. LOL... I always go here when go back to my husband's hometown, smallkucing. Next time, if Auntie got pass by Bidor, will buy you kicap. there kicap very cheap. :D

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  4. sob sob......i wana go home WUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA hahahahhaha...

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  5. Kar lui biscuits also you bought? really tried everything under the sun, eh.. :p but at least u tasted more than i do..

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  6. Huh? No chicken biscuits? I love those Kampar ones...but very expensive. A few ringgit just a few pieces...

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  7. Hahaha... luckily I just had my breakfast! Otherwise sure flooded here...

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  8. he he, quite some time didn't drop by Pun Chun aledy!

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  9. The noodles here very springy.

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  10. Wahh the wan tan mee looks awesome! I still haven't tasted this before, can you imagine? And I'm from Perak somemore! :P

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  11. yum yum.. time for lunch for me =)

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  12. The char siew mee looks good.

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  13. aiyo the ginger duck noodle..;long time neber eat liao!! :-(

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  14. bidor at pahang is it? wah, the wu kok looks crispy ler...

    one day must go food hunt again outside from klang valley liow

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  15. TZ

    Kesian you. Faster complete the job and come back . Got nice Sister's CKT at USJ

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  16. Claire

    The Kar lui peah taste not that sweet. Can eat

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  17. Cleff

    Can request for petai also ah?

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  18. STP

    No wor coz later go borong from Ipoh

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  19. Serene

    Clever ah..eat before you come...tomorrow also remember to makan 1st wor before coming :D

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  20. Wow....jalan jalan cari makan!!! How fun was that!

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  21. Mandy

    ya ..toing toing toing one

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  22. Pete

    We also long time didnt go there

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  23. Lenglui Witch

    Aiyo...but then it's normal..coz me from KL also never been to Sunway Lagoon kakaka

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  24. ohmywtf

    1st time taste it..nice. Surprised that they gave the whole drumstick with thigh

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  25. Vialentino

    Bidor in Perak..on he way to Ipoh.

    That restaurant very old and famous one

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  26. wa..the dim sum make me REALLLYYY hungry!

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  27. Wah makan2 trip to Ipoh ar? Just imagining it, haven't seen your pics yet, already drooling lor... :p

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  28. So hang fuk, always got yummy food to eat...

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  29. Awww....this reminds me that long time I didn't go on long trips liao. The last time I went was when Juan Or was not born yet. Until now hubby still dare not bring him on long trips. Once he starts crying, hubby's mood for jalan all spoil and then his mood will spoil my mood as well....like chain reaction! Hehehe...

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  30. The Ginger Duck Noodle's soup sure looks thick enough to ward off vampires~

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  31. There is a Pun chun noodle restaurant branch at Kota Kemuning ... if u have the craving to eat their noodles again...but no wu kok and siew pau lor.

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  32. food heaven! yummy...that would be my next holiday destination :-)

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  33. Beii

    sabar..soon u can eat anything you want jor :D

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  34. Prince and Princess mum

    hobby hobby :p

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  35. Chloe Mommy

    Make sure you come here tomorrow with a full tummy wor

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  36. Kelvin

    hahaha...am right leh kakaka

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  37. Alice

    Must bring him out more. Hubby no mood then you drive lo. The more trip, soon Juan Or will realise it's fun. Then he wont cry already

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  38. Verone

    Vroom vroom...fast put up the petrol and speed to food heaven :D

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  39. Leona

    Oh...i didnt know that. Thanks wor. Their Wu Kok really nice. Papa love them...

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  40. HI SK, I used to stop by this restaurant very often back in the 70's. Love their noodles and iced coffee.
    I remember the bus loads of tourists stopping by buying their famous chicken biscuits.
    This one place I will certainly drop by again if and when we balek kampong.
    Have a great week, Lee.

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  41. The Wu Kok looks so good!!! :D

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  42. i agree with you that the wu kok must be eaten fresh. really nice!! yum yum

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  43. Lindy

    It was very nice. Just come out from the oven

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  44. 2ma

    Fresh and nice :D. Otherwise soggy

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  45. uLi

    yes the Wu Kok and the noodle ho ho mei :D

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  46. ooooh ... i've been here before once and only once ... still remember how good the duck noodles taste... hehe.

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  47. Joanna

    Cham liao...when you fly sure rindu Msian food ady

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  48. mNhL

    coz very "wai sik " lor kakaka

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