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Thursday, 7 January 2016

Dinner At Restoran Nam Hing Loong, Temoh.

For our one day trip in Cameron Highlands on the 20th December 2015, our original plan was to have our dinner at Tringkap. But due to the problem we had with the car, in order to avoid the traffic jam, we decided to use the old road that leads to the lowland, Tapah.

Since we will be passing by Temoh on our way back to Ipoh, I suggested stopping for dinner there. There is a restaurant which I came to know about recently. Driving from Tapah, the restaurant is just by the main road, on the right side at the traffic light. It is easy to locate. 

Even though there were many customers, we didn't have to wait very long. Here are our orders for 4 people. The photos didn't turn up well because of the dim lighting of the restaurant.
Deep fried crispy tofu but silky soft inside.
Topped with fried onions/garlic and spring onions. Oil & soy sauce.
Paku Pakis stir fried with sambal belacan (prawn paste).
Half a herbal chicken.
Deep fried prawns in salted egg batter.
All these dishes were eaten with white rice.
Restoran Nam Hing Loong, 88, Main Road, Temoh.
Tel: 05-4198336, H/P: 016-5662641
The restaurant is at the traffic light on the main road.
After dinner, we drove on and decided to stop at Gopeng to visit an elderly friend. We sat and chat awhile before we continue our journey.  Upon reaching Ipoh, our friend decided to stop for supper at the New Restoran Tuck Kee.
 Stir fried vermicelli.
 Flat rice noodle with egg gravy (wat tan hor).
Our supper for 4 people.
Here ended our one day fruitful trip to Cameron Highland.
Fencing covered with zinc sheets.


Linking to Good Fences.

Take care to live in me (Jesus), and let me (Jesus) live in you.

For a branch can't produce fruit when severed from the vine.

Nor can you be fruitful apart from me (Jesus).

(John 15:4, TLB)

64 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, and the herbal chicken looks amazing!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. It is also very tasty.

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  2. Nancy, you are making me hungry with all these food photos! I'm supposed to be on a diet so that I can fit my CNY clothes ..haha!

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Ha ha...I am also on diet, cutting down carbo and eating less, Been putting on weight too ha ha.

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  3. Love the look of the herbal chicken and the deep fried prawns, always one of my favourites.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. They are very tasty and I enjoyed them very much.

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  4. Gosh was it just a one day trip? It was fruitful all right!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. If not for the problem with the car, it would be more fruitful..ha ha!

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. The food there is good.

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  6. The prawns for me, but prefer not deep fried...

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    1. Hi Margaret, no problems...they can cook other recipes for you!

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  7. Excelente trabalho e belas fotografias.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a beautiful day!

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  8. I like all the dishes your order, very homely type. Indeed a fruitful day trip to CH.

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    1. Thank you, Irene. Praise the Lord! Even with the car problem we managed to have a wonderful trip.

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  9. One fine day, Nan... I just got to be patient... hahahaaa

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    1. Yes, be patient my friend. The day will come soon. First, it is one step at a time, step by step!

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  10. Oh Nancy every time you serve us up a delicious feast and they make me hungry!
    Glad to hear all went well and you had a fun trip.
    God bless
    Christine

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    1. Thank you, Christine. We were glad we reached home safely. God bless you too!

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  11. the fencing is utilitarian but very necessary. you always have good eating out.

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    1. Thank you, Theresa. Over here it is more convenient to eat out. Have a blessed day!

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    1. Thank you, EG. We were hungry after our trip to C.Highlands.

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  13. I know, I can't believe it has been 2016 for a week already. Where does time go? I love seeing your country through your blog. Its a great way to see the world from my house. Hugs!

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    1. Hi Erika, I too enjoy your country through your blog too. Since I started blogging I have toured and enjoyed the world very much, seeing the places through the blogs I visited.

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  14. there are a few things here i may not favor, but the chicken and prawns, we call them shrimp?? look good...i like both!! nice to see you with fences today!!!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie. Have a beautiful day!

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  15. Those prawns looks tasty. I usually eat mine stir fried and never had them deep fries although I've had Deep fried Scallops. Be still my heart.
    Hugs
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. Deep fried prawns are very tasty too.

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  16. I don't do fish often so I've never had a prawn before....nor many other sea foods.

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    1. Hi BJ, over here fish and prawns are still easily available and they make up part of our daily food.

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  17. I want some of each. You go to the most wonderful places and have the most delicious food. I love going along virtually.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. You are most welcome to come along with us.

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  18. Zinc sheets for fencing? That's new to me.

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    1. Hi William, zinc sheets for fencing can be found in some factories and village areas.

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  19. Hello Nancy!:) Glad you found a new restaurant with such good looking meals to tempt the palate.I like the look of the chicken, and feel hungry just looking at it.
    Take care!:)

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    1. Thank you, Breathtaking. The chicken is very tasty with mild herbal fragrance especially in the gravy.

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  20. Oh deaar I have not had my dinner adn now I am starving looking at all the food shots.

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    1. Hi Margaret, hope my food shots give you good appetite for your meal..lol!

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  21. Una buenísima receta qué está para comérsela, rica, ricamente deliciosa.

    Te felicito. Un saludo.

    ¡Hello Nancy!

    Leave us a very good recipe is what to eat, rica, richly delicious. I congratulate you.

    A greeting.

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    1. Thank you, Marina. Happy new year and thank you for dropping by.

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  22. These dishes look so yummy!!! I hope someday, to be able to cook like this....

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    1. Thank you, Shug. I too would love to your the cuisine you are enjoying in your part of the world.

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  23. Which dish is your favourite?

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    1. I will start with the chicken, prawns (not so healthy), tofu & last the veggie in that order..lol!

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  24. Deep Fried Prawns...Yum!!!
    So why do the fences have panels on them like that?

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    1. Hi Ida, I guess it is to block off any unsightly view or to make it look neater from the outside?

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  25. the last meal looks interesting but I woul;d likt to try it one day

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    1. Hi Gosia, they are noodles fried in different ways. These are very common over here.

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  26. I love the photos that show where you live/what you see every day. If I were rich, I would be a world traveler and see stuff for myself.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Your wish is also my wish....If I were a rich person, I will let go and be a world traveler without a care in the world....

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    1. Thank you, Felicia for your visit and comment. Happy new year to you!

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  28. I like the fried tofu, we usually do that here in the Philippines as yes! num nom nom!

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    1. Thank you, Steve. Tofu fried this way is tasty and healthy too!

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    I nominated you! here's the link: http://www.artisticworld.net/2015/12/VBAv3.0.html

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    1. Thank you, Steve. Have a beautiful day!

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  30. I prefer the dishes for dinner than those for supper. What a long day for all of you, long but happy.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. It was a long but enjoyable one. It was nice to spend time with friends too!

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  31. Stir fried vermicelli looks like a great appetizer, Nancy. Maybe I'll try making it myself someday!
    ~

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    1. Thank you, dear. Home made would be a healthier version and taste much better too.

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  32. Hi Nancy,
    Yummy ... my favourite dishes. I seldom eat supper but whenever we make trips back to Malaysia KL to visit my in-laws, we would always take suppers like wa tan hor, KL hokkien black noodles (fook ken chao) etc. Seeing these noodles made me hungry now ^-^

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    1. Hi Karen, so when is your next trip back to KL, Malaysia? I too seldom eat supper but only when friends are visiting with us.

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