Friday, July 10, 2009

LOR MAI FUN (GLUTINOUS RICE)-STALL NO:42 KAMPAR MORNING FOOD COURT.

Besides the usual Char Kway Teow and the Curry Chee Cheong Fun for breakfast at the morning Foodcourt in Kampar, I also like the the cute and small portioned savory Lor Mai Fun (Glutinous rice) from Stall No:42 at only Rm1.70/plate.

Hawker stalls outside the Food court selling all kinds of takeaway food (on the right is my wife who seems to be giving me some signal, lol !).

Stall No:42-small and compact-specialty is Lor Mai Fun (Glutinous rice).

This simple and well flavored Lor Mai Fun (Glutinous rice) was not too sticky, served with a large spoonful of fragrant Curry gravy, slices of red colored Char Siew (BBQ pork), toasted crispy Peanuts and chopped fresh delicate Spring onion-a simple and hearty meal to break the morning hunger-Rm1.70/

12 comments:

CK Lam said...

Interesting lor mai fun. I was there too but missed out on this stall. Only ate the char koay teow and the chee cheong fun which is side be side each other.

Little Inbox said...

To me, this is quite a new way of eating glutinous rice.

foodbin said...

CKLam-it is about 3 stalls away.
LInbox-a quick and simple meal.

thenomadGourmand said...

didnt knw Kampar got this food court! Whn i was there, i only ate nearby the bus station! LOL

worldwindows said...

Again I have to say, its so cheap compare to the price-gouging in KL due to high overheads, sigh. I think he UTAR people will have a good life...

Sugar Bean said...

Looks delicious, with peanuts too! The price is reasonable. Something nice to start a day is definitely important!

foodbin said...

thenomadGourmand-it's been there for quite a nos of years.
WWindows-Kampar is a food paradise.
SBean-nice and cheap too!

SimpleGirl said...

thats the best in Kampar......super good man!

foodbin said...

SGirl-agreed.

J2Kfm said...

very very delicious. i tapau also. heheheh ... though separate the curry.

CUMI & CIKI said...

but it looks really sticky!

foodbin said...

J2Kfm-real good eh!
CUMI$amp:CIKI-not really.