Yee Fatt Dry Curry Noodles @ Jln Kampar, IpohMay 6, 2009 | 24,474 views
Pardon the ranting, but lately I feel that life is really testing my patience, stretching whatever values I have to the limit. And ironically, barely a week or two ago (I’m losing track of time now), I attended a course on Morale Values in Teluk Batik. Not any pathetic one or two hours of lecture, mind you. No sirree, here we do things on a whole different level; A showstoppin’ of a grandiose scale, with much pompous and swaggerin’, a magnificient 3 days 2 nights of Hardcore-Instilling/Drilling/Installing of Morale Values.
Kind of made up for whatever’s lost over the years. Still remember the nightmare that was SPM’s Moral Studies, anyone?
Thick, rich and creamy curry dousing the noodle of your choice, with ingredients such as Char Siew (BBQ pork), chicken meat, and bean sprouts as complements. Compared to the other curry noodles in Ipoh, Yee Fatt’s version is slightly spicier (though far from burning hot), thicker gravy, but without the usual bells and whistles of most, such as cockles, roasted pork, prawns and such.