Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Reminds Me of You


The Friday special at Annie-1. The oink noodles.


Reminds me of somebody whose mum always sabo him when he wants to sneak out to eat oink noodles.


They already give sliced cili padi but as usual, I helped myself to some pickled chilies.


I say, got chee yau char in the noodles too! I don't know if this is a good oink noodles but it was not bad.


My last Ipoh White Coffee. Too sweet even though I specified less sweet :(

28 comments:

  1. This type of noodles is best eaten during rainy day!!

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    1. Yes, rainy day means get hungry faster!

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  2. Hi Phong Hong, who can resist this bowl of noodles? I will slurrp in all of it except the bowl, hehehe!

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    1. Hi Kimmy! hee..hee...good to the last drop :)

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  3. Hi PH,ingtkan malay jer yg panggil camtu..rupanya PH pun panggil gitu gak heheeee

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    Masak² mmg berpasangan,so asben pun masak sekali la..

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    1. hee..hee.. untung lah Lina, asben pon boleh tolong menolong kat dapor :)

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  4. A bowl of it for my supper please, hehe...

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  5. hahaha I know who you mean. if it is too sweet for you then it must be super duper sweet.

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    1. hah..hah.. I can't stand sweet drinks these days.

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  6. it's May, and i don't think i've had pork noodles yet this year :D

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    1. Oh, time to get a bowl? hee..hee..

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  7. Sometimes I love to have a bowl of soup noodles, especially when the weather is cold

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    1. Yes, hot soup is nice on a cold day.

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  8. Now, THIS, I like. Almost had it that day at a stall here but I went for something else instead. Post on that coming up real soon in my blog.

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    1. I find koay teow soup very comforting.

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  9. All kinds of everthing reminds me of you... One of those yesteryears enlightening songs... And your bowl of noodles indeed reminds me of Ipoh ones...

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    1. Oldies goldies :) Ipoh will always be on your mind :D

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  10. I gave up sugar in coffee a long time ago, and now I can't stand even the slightest sprinkle.

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  11. I will pour the chili padi into the hot oink soup to spice up the plain soup. I like it that way.

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    1. I should try that too one day :)

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  12. I just ate there last Saturday. I think they have the best pork noodles on earth. Yumss to max.

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  13. The precious 3 tiny pieces of fried pork lard :P

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  14. Okay, lets not talk about the food. Hahaha!

    I kan kalau demam aje baru teruja nak makan sup, whatever suplah. If not, I prefer spicy food sampailah tekak sakit baru I insaf berhenti makan pedas-pedas.

    Who is that someone? Hehehe...

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    1. Sorry about the food, MD hah..hah...

      That someone is another blogger whose mum refuse to let him eat those forbidden noodles as she thinks it is not healthy.

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