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Monday, 5 September 2016

Dinner At Fei Bo Snow Beer Cafe, Ipoh.

Last week my eldest son was home for his holiday and of the nights, we went out for dinner together. This time, he chose the venue and drove us all the way to Bandar Baru Medan to eat at Fei Bo Snow Beer Cafe. Below were the dishes we ordered.
Kung Po Lai Liu Har
Deep Fried Mantis Prawns with dried chilies & onion.
Deep Fried Pork Rib with special sauce.
French Beans with deep fried dried shrimps & chopped preserved radish as toppings.
Crunchy Deep Fried Bitter Gourd with Salted Egg & batter.
None of us wanted rice, so we ordered 2 types of noodles.
Fat Noodle (Tai lok mee)
Fine noodle with Roast Pork.
Total cost (food only) - MYR 75 (approx. 18.34 USD).
My son ordered some Snow Beer for us. This is my first time tasting Snow Beer. This place is known for its Snow Beer.
Fei Bo Snow Beer Cafe, Tel: 05-545 5727
No. 6 & 8, Jalan Medan Ipoh 3, Bandar Baru Medan Ipoh/
Rainy season has started. This photo was taken at 8 am.
And this photo was taken at 9.15 am.
We do not have snow covered mountains but we do have cloud covered mountains.

Honor doesn't go with fools any more than

snow with summertime or rain with harvest time!

(Proverbs 26:1, The Living Bible-TLB)

78 comments:

  1. I love your sky and cloud photos! The food looks very nice!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. The dishes were very tasty!

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  2. A great choice. The food looked good and what a better way to enjoy good food with beer.

    Heard of snow beer but never try it.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. My first try of snow beer and its great for a hot day or evening.

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  3. Snow beer sounds interesting. I would love to have a sip :)

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    1. Nice chilled snow beer with those yummy dishes!

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    1. The pork rib very tender and delicious!

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  5. Nancy snow beer sounds great we don t know it in Poland

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    1. The beer are froze to a certain temperature and when the beer is poured into the frozen glass, the beer turns curdly or slurpee.

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  6. Nancy snow beer sounds great we don t know it in Poland

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. Have a wonderful day!

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  7. WHAT is snow beer? I have never heard of it. and we have dozens of breweries around here. It looks like beer with ice-cream in it? A very lovely birthday dinner!

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    1. The beer is froze to a certain temperature and when the beer is poured into the frozen glass, the beer turns curdly or slurpee.

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  8. I looked up Snow Beer on the computer. I found that it is a brand. And it is the biggest selling beer in the world!!

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    1. Hi, Ginny. This particular snow beer is not a brand's name. It is the temperature of the glass and the beer mixed together when the beer is poured into the glass that cause the curdly texture of the beer.

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  9. Delicious food very inviting food dear
    Beautiful sky

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    1. Hi, Baili. The food is very delicious!

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  10. Delicious food very inviting food dear
    Beautiful sky

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

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  11. The thick clouds covering the mountains is definitely a spectacular sight Nancy. It's Malaysia's version of Mt. Fuji:)

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    1. Thank you, Annie. I like your "Malaysia's version of Mt. Fuji". Nice reference!

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  12. Nancy, noooooo...you had me at Snow Beer! It's the only way I'll have beer if I'm going to drink any! ^.^

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    1. I think the snow beer is nice even though I seldom drink beer. Lol!

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

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  14. The food looks good and suitable to go with your snow beers.

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    1. Yes, we enjoy eating the food and sipping the chilled beer.

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  15. Your food looks yummy! I've never heard of snow beer, but it looks like a root beer float. Beer & icecream?! Just guessing here. What beautiful shots of your mountains, love the cloud-covered one :)
    Wendy

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    1. It is not beer & ice cream. Its just any beer, froze to a certain temperature and pour into frozen glass to cause the curdly texture of the beer.

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  16. Hello Nancy, I have never heard of snow beer. The view of the mountains is lovely. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. It is just any almost frozen beer poured into frozen glasses to make a slurpee-like beer. Have a happy week!

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  17. We'll know we're in trouble if we get snow! Dinner looks yummy.

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    1. Ha ha its only snow beer, so we are not in trouble yet! Have a fantastic day!

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  18. Hello Nancy!:) What a fine selection of dishes, I fancy the last pork dish, with a nice cold lager. I have never seen Snow beer here in Portugal, but I believe it is a mild lager-like beer.

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    1. Thank you, Breathtaking. I think Asahi beer is a lager-like beer, froze to a certain temperature and poured into frozen glass to cause the slurpee-like beer.

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  19. Such a lovely post! Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Oh my this is the best looking food ever. You take great shots too. Wow, I'm starving now.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. I want to go back there again for more of their delicious food!

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  21. I could happily eat any of those delicious meals! I loved seeing the cloud shroud the mountain!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. The cloud shroud mountain is one of my favourite photo!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie. The food are all yummy!

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  23. Wow---what a great dinner you had with your son... If you are like me, then I know how much you enjoyed your time with him. My sons are SO busy ---so anytime I can see them, I rejoice....

    I'd love those shrimp/prawn meals ... YUM.....

    Love seeing the clouds on the mountains.. Beautiful.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Oh yes, Betsy. I know what you mean. Our children are busy with their work and we look forward to their coming back.

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  24. Everything looks so good. I'll start with an order of the prawns! I'm stopping by from Betsy's blog and I'm a first time visitor. Looks like you're in Borneo. I had a wonderful visit to KK many years ago.

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    1. Hi Carol. I am in Malaysia. Thank you for visiting. I have been to KK once.

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  25. I was hoping you would comment what the snow beer taste like. Any difference? I think some of my neighbors in higher elevations in my state might wish cloud coverage over snow coverage!

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    1. Thank you, Mary. There is no difference in the taste, more chilled. Have a wonderful day!

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  26. I shoul have been borne in your part of the World to try out all this delicious food😄

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    1. Hope one day you will get to visit us and enjoy our delicious food. Have a lovely day!

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    1. Thank you, Vildana. Have a lovely day!

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  28. Nice place and great food! Kisses:))

    xxBasia

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  29. The French Beans look so delicious ♥

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    1. Thank you, Summer. Have a wonderful day!

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  30. Snow beer is a new one one me! Bet those prawns were good. Enjoy your week Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. The prawn tastes great! Have a great week!

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  31. Lovely post dear!Have a great week! xx

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    1. Thank you, Beauty. Have a lovely day!

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    1. Thank you, Lisa. That was a great meal! Have a wonderful day!

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  33. I've never heard of Snow Beer!

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    1. I only came to know about it recently. Have a fantastic day!

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    1. Hi Sharon, the bitter gourd is not bitter at all and they are very crunchy!

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  35. Snow beer!!! I love it :) quench thirst and goes well with the deep fried ribs...yummz

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    1. I love it with the crunchy bitter gourd. Oh yes, the place is near to you, can go there more often.

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  36. The snow beer looks interesting. You had lots of dishes perfect for accompanying beer.

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    1. It was great sipping the chilled beer and enjoy the delicious food.

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  37. We have not tried this Fei Bo but we frequently eat at F&B Paradise a few doors away. Heard the chef used to be from Fei Bo. Food's good and reasonably-priced.

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    1. We are not very familiar with that area. Hopefully, we will get to try out F&B Paradise one day.

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  38. I like everything that cook with salted egg...Nancy u always make me so hungry.

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    1. Hi Catherine, looks like we both have the same liking. Have a beautiful day!

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    1. Hi William, it is just any beer frozen to a certain temperature and poured into a frozen glass to cause the curd-like beer in the glass. Have a great day!

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