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2006.04.27

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kalyn

Looks delicious.

Pino

Hi
Looks soooo nice!
Is this a restaurant near Banting?
i want to try this....

serena

hey robyn,

a makan suggestion for you - mama kitchen (48 jalan datuk sulaiman, taman tun dr ismail, see http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=13897 ) - i've been craving the claypot noodles here for the longest time. keep eating, & shooting - for all the malaysians who are abroad!

Lia

I live near this place, i was really surprised to see these pictures. No wonder the pics looked so familiar, I really like the potato soup(ABC soup) opposite her shop...

Robyn

Pino -where's Banting??

Serena - thanks for the tip, will try when I am back in town.

Lia - now *that's* interesting. Potato soup, huh? I've never encountered it in Malaysia! A must-try as soon as I'm back in town. Thanks!

Lia

lol, I might just like it cuz I like potatoes and it reminds me of soup back home... It's actually called Luo-Shun Tong (Cantonese for vegetable soup). I just call it ABC soup cuz I don't really speak Cantonese that well.

Vivilicious

Hey Robin, haven't visited in a while, moving over here was quite a big effort, but I am now installed in Singapore.
These noodles look fantastic! My dad is from the Shandong province and like all Northerners, jiaozi and noodles are near and dear to our hearts...
I have been trying to watch what I eat over here, (my waistline expanded so much working on that cookbook!), but you are making me very hungry indeed. Keep up the good work and hope you are well.

serina Tveter

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I WOULD LIKE TO ORDER yee hup Ipoh Biscuit

Serina

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