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Saturday, 25 April 2015

DINNER WITH FRIENDS AT KEDAI KOPI TAI KUNG, IPOH

Finally, we were able to bring our friends for some home cooked dishes for dinner last Sunday. From Monday to Saturdays, my friends usually finished work late and by that time the eatery that we wanted to go will be closed.

To ensure that food will not run out, we have to place our order through phone. The business starts about 5.30 pm and usually by 6 pm many of the dishes would have finished especially during the weekends. The boss only prepares limited quantity for each day. The regular customers know and will call up to book the dishes.

Hubby informed the boss that we will be arriving around 6.20 pm and by the time we arrived, the steamers were all empty and all dishes were booked and waiting for the customers to arrive. And the following dishes were our order.
Crispy deep fried black pomfret, drizzled with garlic oil and spring onion.

Steamed grouper fish tail, drizzled with garlic oil and spring onion.

Steamed yam & pork belly (kau yoke).

Steamed herbal whole chicken leg (tong kuai kai)

Blanched green veggie, drizzled with garlic oil.

Double steamed / boiled winter melon with chicken soup.

Double steamed / boiled salted mustard green, white tofu and chicken soup.
Total cost of dinner for 4 people MYR 7 (19.36 USD)
(incl. 4 plates of white rice, small portion)
The fish dishes are fixed at MYR 18 (4.98 USD).
Below are some of the other dishes that we have tasted on other days.

Steamed grouper slices, drizzled with garlic oil.

Crispy deep fried grouper slices, drizzled with garlic oil.
There are other dishes which I have not taken any photo e.g.
braised ginger duck, curry chicken, minced pork, etc.

Double steamed / boiled yellow (old) cucumber with pork rib.

Double steamed / boiled dried vegetable and pork rib soup.

Inside these steamers are many tasty, delicious home cooked dishes ready to be served to the customers.

Kedai Kopi Tai Kung (behind Ipoh Tow Boo Keong temple)

The LORD will defeat your enemies before you;

they will march out together against you

but scatter before you in seven directions!

The Lord will bless you with good crops and healthy cattle,

and prosper everything you do when you arrive in the land

the LORD your God is giving you.

(Deuteronomy 28:7-8, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. Everything looks great, Nancy, and my favourite would be the steamed herbal whole chicken leg!

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    1. Herbal whole chicken leg is my hubby's favourite.

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  2. I love fishes!!!! I rarely made it at home because I don't know how to clean them and not make the kitchen smell fishy... I love good steamed fishes!!!! Your photos reminded me of the good old dinner time I had when I was a child in Hong Kong!!!

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    1. I am also not cooking fishes at home because it makes the kitchen smell...so we only eat fishes when we eat out.

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  3. I love the Grouper, it is tasty! Wonderful images. Happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, and a happy weekend to you too.

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  4. Yum-yum..that's a whole lot of mouthwatering food! What a great makan outing. ^.^

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    1. We are a food loving group...lol...

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  5. The dishes look good and the price sre affordable too.

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    1. Hi, thanks for visiting. Will visit your blog....

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  7. A lot of delicious food I would like to try it

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  8. What a good idea! These dishes are all very different from the food here.

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    1. These are Chinese style cooking............

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  9. Loves all the foods they serve there...

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  10. Gosh. All I love especially fishes. I love fishes, fried or steamed.

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  11. Gosh. All I love especially fishes. I love fishes, fried or steamed.

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    1. This place is know for the fishes.....

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  12. Beautiful dishes! They all look so delicious! blessings ~ tanna

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  13. If you like my birds, I like your food!! LOL!
    I really hope one day to be able to visit Asia at length and try it all :)
    Keep well, Nancy enjoy the new week!

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    1. Noushka, your birds are really beautiful, wished I could capture photos of birds too...lol! Enjoy your new week too.

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  14. Greats pics
    http://pitufinisima.blogspot.com.es

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    1. Thank you, dear. Have a great week.

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  15. Everything looks very good but this crispy black Pomfret is absolutely irresistible.

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    1. Crispy black pomfret is very tasty and yummy!

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  16. The steamer group drizzled with garlic oil looks especially yummy! Lots of great food here! T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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    1. Yummy food...Tina, have a great week.

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  17. I Like the fish! Have a nice day, kisses

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  18. What a great meal! That crisp pomfret looks particularly great.

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