|Their bilingual menu|
|Their daily specials|
On our first visit, Mummy ordered the crispy pork noodles in soup (RM5.00) while I picked the crispy pork with signature meatballs noodles in soup (RM5.50). We especially enjoyed the soup that was packed with flavours and was so good that I wished they had been more generous with the amount. Some may think the crispy pork is a tad too sweet but I think it complements the noodles perfectly.
|Mummy's pick of the day|
|My bowl of noodles with treasures|
Good things are meant to be shared. Since we were so pleased with the eatery, I brought hubby there a few days later. When his eyes fell on the sole curry item on the menu, he was sold. He had the traditional white curry yellow noodles with roasted pork and skin (RM6.00). As they had run out of roasted pork, they substituted that with crispy pork. I opted for crispy pork and preserved vegetable meatballs noodles in soup (RM5.50). The popular loh shee fun had all been snapped up for the day so I had to make do with hor fun.
|What a delightful brunch!|
Hubby was quite enamoured with Mama Noodle Cafe so we returned to this eatery three days later. His choice for that morning was the pig's stomach, crispy pork and signature meatballs yellow noodles in soup (RM6.50) while I was faithful to the crispy pork and preserved vegetable meatballs loh shee fun in soup.
|Looking at the dark vermilion soup, one can take a guess that it's bursting with goodness!|
How could I leave out Papa dearest? A few days after that, I took him there. I decided to let him try the pig's stomach with signature meatballs beehoon in soup (RM5.50), Mummy chose the signature meatballs hor fun in soup (RM5.50) while I unwaveringly went for the crispy pork and preserved vegetable meatballs loh shee fun in soup.
|A trio of noodles plus a side dish of fried wantons for Papa, Mummy and I|
Mama Noodle Cafe is definitely on our list of places to have brunch in Ipoh as it's a hidden gem!