KL 2017 Snacks in Ipoh


Here are some snacks that we had in Ipoh.

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Soy milk and soy pudding. My sister bought two of each and it came to RM10 (about CAD3).

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The soy pudding is silky smooth.

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The famous Ipoh white coffee. RM4.20 (about CAD1.30) for two glasses of iced Ipoh white coffee.

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I also bought the 3 in 1 and 2 in 1 instant white coffee packaged by the same coffee shop. RM26 (about CAD7.90) for 2 packs.

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Egg-tarts from Nam Heong Dim Sum to snack later, RM1.90 (CAD0.60) per piece. This restaurant/coffee shop owns by the brother of the coffee shop that we had the white coffee.

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We walked past a stall selling these deep fried jicama. We bought a piece to try as this is not a common snack.

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Some cookies that I bought for Chinese New Year visiting, rice cookies, ear cookies and twist cookies.

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The famous Chicken Biscuits, thin and thick versions. All the cookies above for RM33.80 (about CAD10.25).

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Some freshly baked cookies, brown sugar cookies, “heong peah” (fragrant biscuit), and “shat keh mah”. The above fresh cookies for RM17.50 (about CAD5.30).

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