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Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Quickie Trip To Taiping

In no time at all we arrived in Taiping. I slept the whole journey

 
Arrived at the Food Court. A large variety of food to be had.
But my eyes is still half asleep.

Auntie Claire when round and ordered this Taiping Special Fried Koay Teow for everyone. Surprisingly it's very cheap at RM3 a plate. So much "liu" (Ingredient).

Here I am with all my feathers puffed up when Auntie Elin and Auntie Claire remarked in wonders that I can handle chopstick well.

Also this surprising Fruit Rojak. Special coz it's first time Mamarazzi tasted fruit rojak with Sotong(Squid).


 Then it was Mamarazzis turn to go "round" the food court.

 

Found these.

 Her favourite "Prawn Mee". Same like Penang, the Prawns Mee here is called "Hokkien Mee".

 Fried Oyster. Hmmm....not bad la... She preferred the crispy version.

 Papa's turn to go "round" the food court. An he came back with these "Chin Loong Pau"/"Dai Kau Mee"/Apam Balik, depending which states you are staying as they have different name for it.

It's something like thick Pan cake with grounded peanuts, sugar and some corn kernel in it. Everyone loves it


If not mistaken this is called Kuih Ketayap in Malay. Inside consists of shredded coconut and gula melaka

 Papa loves this version of Chee Cheong Fun. It's eaten with the red coloured sauce which is sweet. Very hard to find in Kuala Lumpur as the ones we have here are mostly eaten with black sauce.

Spotted on of their famous Heong Peah Stall. Auntie Elin bought one packet of Heong Peah for me here.

After that we proceed to the next destination......"kau Lui"....


50 comments:

  1. I love Taiping food..cheap and delicious!

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    1. Wenn

      Yta lo i was surprise when they say the price

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  2. The Taiping Special Fried Koay Teow is something I would love to eat, but the green coconut I don't think so. I just don't like to eat foods with colors. And the little man is gradually adding in weight, which is good on him..

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    1. May

      The green coconut thingy in the old days they used screwpine juice to colour the skin but now everyone used food colouring

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  3. Rm3...with all the ingredients!!!! So cheap wor!!!!!

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  4. fuyoh, i thot mamarazzi only eat from KL to Ipoh to Taiping.. rupa-rupa also slept all the way, haha!!

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  5. hmmm, how special is that fried koay teow?? doesn't look nice to me, because i don't like all those "fake char siew" ah, fish ball ah, fish cake ah etc in my fried koay teow one..

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    1. SK

      Real Char siew la...only the colouring is redder mah . Guess u and me like the brickfiled CKT the best la. Others are second in comparison :P

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  6. hahahaha, so this time round who pays?? i think Claire had no chance to pay for the bill, since the food are paid individually right??

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  7. yalor hor, the food there is a lot cheaper than KL.. average RM3 for noodles, wow, that was like 20 years ago in KL already??

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  8. eih, HEONG PENG!! my favorite lah.. but Taiping not famous for this right?? either Teluk Intan or Runung Rapat in Ipoh i know..

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    1. SK

      Taiping also famous for Heong Peng la...but nobody blog about it mah

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  9. cannot be.. mamarazzi only bought one packet?? didn't borong??

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    1. SK

      Mamarazzi didnt buy. Auntie Elin gave :)

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    1. Sharon

      Nice place to visit. Food id cheap and place relaxing

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  11. Kau Lui? How come I didnt see any leng lui there! hahaha...

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    1. Claire

      not enough time to kau lui lor :(

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  12. Glad that you all enjoyed the food there :) I like the rojak most and the pancake. Hope you like the haeng piah...crispy ! I dont know about you but I like it :)

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    1. Elin

      Thanks for the Heong Peah. Ya me like the rojak too coz got sotong. And also like the prawn/hokkien mee

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  13. Taiping food is "peng leng zeng" one. That char koey teow is my all time favourite lah!

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  14. I went to this food court for the CKT and tapao 1pkts back for my friend who miss his hometown's food so much O.O"

    PS: But I don't like the "wet" CKT here :P

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    1. Dont know about tapau coz when tapau the food doesnt taste as nice

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  15. wah so many things to eat..
    the best thing is that Ipoh/Taiping those sellers are chinese and the food quality is good.

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    1. SP

      ya lor no need to pay so expensive and then the one cooking the food is not foreigners

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  16. I envy u! U're always going around places.......

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  17. The Special Fried Koay Teow is filled with many fish ball & fish cake. My favourite. Not many stalls selling Koay Teow would added that, mostly seafood which I not really like.

    So cute lah Small Kucing - half eye open the other close. Hahaha ^^

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    1. Diana

      It's the first CKT that I had which they fry it like that

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  18. Good food every where in Taiping. Same goes to Ipoh.

    Wah...Small Kucing really knows how to use the chopstick.

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    1. Jenny

      Everywhere also have good food if we know where to look and have good guides like Claire and Elin

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  19. Lovely local food. 3 dollars for the kuey teow is so cheap and they do look good too.

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    1. Nava

      I was pretty surprised at the price

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  20. Makan makan in Taiping, then go look see look see pretty fair taiping ladies.....lol!
    Missed the chee cheong fun lah!

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  21. My hubby loves those red colour sauce for chee cheong fan.

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    1. mNhL

      same here la. Papa like the tim cheong

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  22. Wuah, lucky you! Anytime can travel to cari makan round round Malaysia!

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  23. I have visited this food court before. My favourite is 'Barlie cam kopi' nice!

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    1. Caca


      aiyak..... didnt know about that....:( otherwise would try

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  24. like this food court! always visit this place when go back hometown...your food photos make me wanna go home!!!

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