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Still the best

It was raining cats and dogs, the best food to have at this time is a bowl of warm noodles soup, not just ordinary noodles, but the best rice noodles soup (冬粉) at Taiping! (in my personal opinion la ^^)

taken with my new Samsung Ace s5830 ;)

I have posted something similar here, but this bowl of rice noodles is now RM3. Still, very reasonable consider the generous amount of ingredients given. If you come Taiping, let me know and I will bring you there, muahaha :D

The stall is situated near Hua Lian High School Taiping. I think it's operating only at night though.


  1. what?? only rm3?? dai tou lan lah... now at kl where can get this price somemore with so many 'liu'.. next time go there , must look for this stall...hehehe

    oh, have been following ur blog for quite some time, become silent reader only but this round cannot tahan, must comment on this ... LOL

  2. RM3 ??? with so many liau inside ..6 big fish ball somemore ??? aiyooo ... hell cheap .... where la i canget in KL ....!!! personally i love 冬粉 also ...

  3. This noodles stall is one of my favourite now. You make me missing it so much.

  4. The price is ok,,,,miss thzt Dont Fen fish balls,,,,

    you have a great week ahead ya

  5. I thought I never able to taste the noodle from this uncle, but thanks to Yan for the info. I used to buy from him when he was 'riding' his stall from house to house.

  6. IYSON, haha yes, very 'dai' ;)
    Hey thanks for following me, you have a great blog!

    Anggie's Journal, come Taiping! I'll bring you there since you're a 冬粉 lover ;)

    Yan, hehe, go tapao tonight!

    Eugene, thank you and wish you the same!!

    Yvonne, yes I remembered, he's that 'famous' since many years ago! ^^

  7. Looks good!!!

    I agree nothing satisfy me more than a hot bowl of noodles in cold nights.

  8. i love fishball noodles....and at RM3 is really very cheap. Over here, fishball selling at RM0.50 each. The size of a 20 cents coin.....

  9. mNhL, yes, RM3 is worth the money...

  10. Looks delicious Hayley. I wish I could try it someday.

  11. Willie, yea, it's school holidays next week, you can plan a trip here, LOL :D

  12. Yeah I love the simple noodle soup just like that! With a cup of hot coffee is excellent :-)


  13. Zooropa, yea, sounds good ya! ^^

  14. wow, so reasonably priced. i know where to eat next time when i'm in taiping :)

  15. Wah...Rm3 still considered ok leh. Drooling already haha.

  16. Barbara and Mummy Gwen, yea, very reasonable right! Tasty somemore!

  17. Simple yet mouth-watering cos fishball noodles is my all time favourite! I'm really tempted to make a pit-stop in Taiping this weekend (on our way to Penang) but not sure if we have the time...

  18. ChloeRuoyi, oh really? Hope you have the time and pay a visit here!


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