Kampar's famous nite market chee cheong fun! quite good. esp the char siu
have to queue up =_____="
one thing bad is.. they don provide spoons.. zzzz
and so yesterday
at 1.pm.. we're headed to Melaka
(my uncle, Adrian and I)
for half a day trip
just for the Satay Celup
yes, it might sound ridiculous but we need to try it
because we still think Ipoh-ians are not ready for this
gloomy day. but saw bunch of hot models!
we were there at the right time
not there for sightseeing >.<
and so headed to
BAN LEE SIANG
(along ong kim swee road)
and another shop
placed in the middle of the table
a stove below
and the gravy.
yes, we boil the food USING the gravy itself
it is DEFINITELY different from lok lok
it tastes much better.....
not much variety. disappointment
red sticks (60cents) normal sticks (50cents)
for those who thinks that satay celup = lok lok
try 1st and u'll taste the difference
if you never try.. you'll never know
another thing i wish to ask
Do you ppl mind if the gravy is being RE-USED
after every table of customers
because from wat we have tasted from BAN LEE SIANG
the gravies are being recycled
it tasted good >.<
yes.. it might sound geli
because gravy wor..
wat happens if another patron dropped a fish ball inside the gravy
and another batch of customers found it later =___="
would u still continue eating ur satay celup?
the other restaurant that we went
they serve a new pot of gravy after each batch of customers
sounds more hygienic rite?
it doesn't taste that good
it lacks.. some OOMPH
to me.. it failed
it was just like normal gravy
the dirtier the food is...
the better it tastes?
i somehow.. cant deny that..
i really wonder are Ipoh-ians ready for this to be launched
i kinda doubt that...
PS: it was launched years ago. next to mgs. but closed down after 3 months. >.<