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    Quote Originally Posted by kuma View Post
    OK will CIO.....Got Curry Mee with Sui Yok ah?
    Not sure, as I just order the NORMAL one (RM6 per bowl) to take away but very generous with the chicken I got a couple of nice decent size pieces, nicely cooked, no complains there.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    Really? Wow. I had cm at Choy Kee on Friday. Ordered it with cripsy siew yoke. Very nice. (See picture below, previously posted in another thread.) Have to give the Apollos one a try when the opportunity pops up . Just curious. My curry friend, did you do takeaway or dine-in? Heard the drink prices are a rip-off at Apollos.
    QS, I rarely eat in the coffeeshops as they do not know how to make "my style of coffee", so take away is the norm for me, not because of cost but because nobody knows how to make a cup of coffee that I like hahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    take away is the norm for me, not because of cost but because nobody knows how to make a cup of coffee that I like hahahaha
    Hahaha...ok, duly noted. For the best cuppa kopi, you can only get it in old town, Ipoh, imho. Once you sip some, you will realize there will be no going back to KL (or anywhere else) kopi
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    Have you tried Chek Hup coffee? Founder from Ipoh, i believe.

    And ipohs salt baked chicken is just so so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dervish View Post
    Have you tried Chek Hup coffee? Founder from Ipoh, i believe.

    And ipohs salt baked chicken is just so so
    Sorry for the late reply . Missed your post. Problem is we can't tag anyone here, Facebook style or else I would have been notified of your post and wrote a reply on the same day. Mr Chang, can you make it happen?

    Chek Hup coffee? No, haven't drank it b4. I agree with you. Ipoh's salt baked chicken is nothing to shout about. I don't like it. Bland- ish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    ...can't tag anyone here, Facebook style... Mr Chang, can you make it happen?

    Chek Hup coffee? No, haven't drank it b4....
    Sorry, this vBulletin application (fully licensed paid version) cannot tag readers like Facebook

    side-track -
    As for Chek Hup I can say it is really good. The 2-in-1 bag is good because it isn't supposed to have sugar. But if you check, it does have a teaspoon (5g)- actually all 2-in-1 have sugar because our local coffee is too bitter without at least 5g sugar in the mix. Why is it different for 3-in-1 (which has sugar) is that the 3-in-1 has TOO MUCH sugar - check those out, at least 20g which is 4-5 teaspoon! Do you put so much sugar in you own coffee you brew at home? If you do not want sugar at all, go for the kopi-o packs (but I have checked,even kopi-o packs have 1-2g of sugar). Chek Hup 2-in-1 now comes with additional separate brown sugar satchets where you can add if you think it isnt sweet enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwchang View Post
    Sorry, this vBulletin application (fully licensed paid version) cannot tag readers like Facebook

    side-track -
    As for Chek Hup I can say it is really good. The 2-in-1 bag is good because it isn't supposed to have sugar. But if you check, it does have a teaspoon (5g)- actually all 2-in-1 have sugar because our local coffee is too bitter without at least 5g sugar in the mix. Why is it different for 3-in-1 (which has sugar) is that the 3-in-1 has TOO MUCH sugar - check those out, at least 20g which is 4-5 teaspoon! Do you put so much sugar in you own coffee you brew at home? If you do not want sugar at all, go for the kopi-o packs (but I have checked,even kopi-o packs have 1-2g of sugar). Chek Hup 2-in-1 now comes with additional separate brown sugar satchets where you can add if you think it isnt sweet enough.
    No tagging? Sad . Goodguy suggested we migrate to Facebook (fully legit and no charge ever) which I think is a good idea. For starters, it is FREE! I mean, how you can beat FREE, right?! hahahaha

    When it comes to kopi, I have not like anything that comes out of a sachet. hahaha. Guess I am an old school kaki, preferring to sip kopi from a worn out saucer at a kedai kopi, no less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    ..Goodguy suggested we migrate to Facebook (fully legit and no charge ever) which I think is a good idea....
    We would like better control of content - that is why JeffOoi paid for the vBulletin application
    Facebook is not suitable for a Forum - basically because it does not have the structure for a public forum

    Did you know that we have a lot of spammers trying to post stuff on our Forum? This we can control very well on vBulletin - hence you do not see spam. We can also control the types of people coming on to the Forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    .... When it comes to kopi, I have not like anything that comes out of a sachet. hahaha. Guess I am an old school kaki, preferring to sip kopi from a worn out saucer at a kedai kopi, no less.
    You likely will change your mind after you try the content from these sachets...






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    there's one curry mee sold near Pasar Road, just opp. Chen Chen chicken,duck and goose rice.Only Thursday and Sunday she sold curry mee, lam mee and ipoh hor fun. The curry mee beats all in Malaysia RM7 but generous portion.

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    Thanks, GaryL. Can you kindly repost the images? They have disappeared! Guess there is an expiry date?

    Cheers!

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    You likely will change your mind after you try the content from these sachets...





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    Aiyah bruddah. So far man, Pasar Road from here. Going all the way there just to eat curry mee...I dunno lah..is there any curry mee sold in Subang Jaya/USJ that is kau-kau? That you would highly recommend?

    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    there's one curry mee sold near Pasar Road, just opp. Chen Chen chicken,duck and goose rice.Only Thursday and Sunday she sold curry mee, lam mee and ipoh hor fun. The curry mee beats all in Malaysia RM7 but generous portion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    Aiyah bruddah. So far man, Pasar Road from here. Going all the way there just to eat curry mee...I dunno lah..is there any curry mee sold in Subang Jaya/USJ that is kau-kau? That you would highly recommend?
    QS, if the food is good , just like playing Pokemon-Go,you would go far. The best curry mee in USJ/SJ, curry mee already recommend...Choy Kee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    ..curry mee already recommend...Choy Kee.
    Choy Kee? Yup but I was hoping perhaps there was even better servings elsewhere in the vicinity.
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    *Correction, grammar*

    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    Choy Kee? Yup but I was hoping perhaps there were even better servings elsewhere in the vicinity.
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    There are two types of people who love curry mee, some like lots of santan others not. if you like "woo sou Lor" in USJ 2 ,curry with sour taste i cannot commend.

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