We stopped by Ipoh for brunch at this lovely place, decorated in old skool knick-knacks called Burps & Giggles. We ordered a very special type of omelette served in a small wok (cute!), churros, a few selections of pastries, quiches and a portobello burger to share. Very quaint cafe with good food. I don't know if everyone agrees with me, but food tastes extra delish in good company.
|The very welcoming mural at Burps & Giggles|
|Churros! First time I had this was in Gold Coast, Australia|
|The special omelette|
|Lazy Lane that leads to a small outdoor dining lane|
|The way to the toilet is this way|
|Love this picture somehow. Adeline, me, Dennis and Haseo. It was Haseo's idea to act blur. Notice the luggage bags wallpaper behind us|
|It's quite hard to find a trishaw without any tacky decor these days|
|Noshing at Gurney Drive|
|Wall art along Armenian Street|
|All pics above taken at China House. I'm wearing my H&M birdie top :)|
Being a tourist spot, food there wasn't exceptional, but acceptable. We ordered tonnes of stuff - grilled fish, char kway teow, pork satay, cockles, sotong kangkung, etc. Too many to list down.
The next day, we went in search of the Lorong Selamat char kway teow and fried oyster omelette. The char kway teow came with fresh cockles and 3 big prawns at 8 bucks. Not cheap, I know, but reasonable considering that we already drove all the way to Penang to have a taste of it.
We need to do this again, guys. Maybe this time somewhere further with cheap, good food. Phuket? Krabi? Anyone?