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Friday, 28 October 2016

Yummy Lunch At Restoran Mandarin Kitchen, Ipoh.

Last Saturday, we had guests staying over with us for the weekend. We waited for them to reach so that we can have lunch together. They reached about 1.30 pm and after unloading their bags, we all hopped into their car for lunch in Restoran Mandarin Kitchen. There were 5 of us, all adults and we were led to a table right in front of the cashier counter. Our friends and their son had a wedding dinner to attend later in the evening, so we ordered only 3 disahes.
For the first dish, we ordered a green veggie, Stir fry baby kailan with pieces of yam and generous amount of crunchy toppings of cashew nuts and cuttlefish. 
Pig's trotter stewed in special sweet sour sauce. This dish is very flavourful and it makes you want to go for 2nd helping of white rice!
Fried Scrambled Eggs with Prawns and Cheese. Fresh and bouncy big prawns.
Total cost of lunch inclusive of Rice, Chinese Tea & GST
MYR 70.40 (approx. 16.94 USD)
Our friend insisted on paying the bill, so it was a treat for us.
Painting of horses on the wall.

The Lord's pleasure is not in the strength of the horse,

nor his delight in the legs of the warrior;

the Lord delights in those who fear him,

who put their hope in his unfailing love.

(Psalm 147:10-11, New International Version-NIV)
Restoran Mandarin Kitchen,
Jalan Mas 3, Kawasan Perindustrian Ringan, Taman Mas, Ipoh.
Tel: 012-475 7513
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The following photos are for joining:-
Good Fences. Skywatch Friday & Today's Flowers.
~ Fences ~
#1 - Saw this fence in a little village in Gopeng.
#2 - Saw this bamboo fence in a kampung/village in Ipoh. Even the gate is made of bamboo.
The place looked deserted and the attap roofing over the entrance gate is falling apart. Attap roofing is made from leaves of the nipa palm. Most olden days houses were attached with attap roofings.
~ Good Fences ~
Early morning 7.30 am at the Recreation Park.
Sunset view at 7.40 pm in front of my house.
~ Today's Flowers ~
White Dahlias at Fraser's Hill.
Anthurium blooms at Fraser's Hill.
Pretty red flowers from Fraser's Hill. Can someone help to identify this plant?
(Thanks to Phong Hong & Linda, for helping me with the identification.
Thank you for the name - its Dianthus)

37 comments:

  1. Beautiful views, your lunch looks delicious, and I love the horse painting! :)

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  2. The beautiful flowers are my favorite today! The prawns and egg look delicious! Very large prawns!!

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  3. Have not been eating pig trotter for quite sometimes, one of the day, will go eat it...

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  4. Love the dishes you had.

    Beautiful dahlias.

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  5. I've been told the food here is really good. Is it near Aeon Falim?

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  6. The horse painting is beautiful! Your sky shots are lovely! Have a beautiful day!

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  7. Nancy, if I am not wrong, the last flower is known as dianthus.

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  8. Relaxing views and food to make my mouth water!

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  9. Wonderful photos my dear, dishes looks so delicious :-) Have a lovely weekend :-)

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  10. Excelentes fotografias e pratos com aspecto delicioso.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  11. A lovely selection of fences, food and flowers today, Nancy!
    Enjoy your day!

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  12. Great photos and great food. I'm your new GFC follower # 152 ♥

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  13. Hello, great fence shots. The sky and flowers are beautiful. Lovely photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  14. skies, blooms, loved the horse painting. the bamboo fence and attap roofing is really neat.

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  15. The scrambled eggs with prawns and cheese looks amazing. Impressive fences. Have a great weekend.

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  16. The food always looks so wonderful.

    Yesterday hubby and I had Japanese for dinner. It was a new place for us and it was the best Japanese food I've have ever. We'll be going back.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend Nancy. ☺

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  17. I wonder how the last dish with cheese tastes like?

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  18. The flowers are beautiful and meal looked delicious. I'm now hungry for Chinese food!

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  19. Nancy!
    Thank you very much for your visit and comment.
    I am delighted with your blog and photos.
    I salivate at the sight of dripping tasty food.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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  20. Scrambled eggs with prawns and cheese sounds awesome, Nancy.
    ~

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  21. Great photos but I love the horse painting. Horses are always a favourite with me so..... Have a great weekend. Diane

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  22. Que delicia lugar maravilhoso show de imagens,
    bom final de semana, obrigado pela visita.
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    Canal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmO8csZDARM

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  23. Lovely post dear!Have a great weekend! xx

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  24. Those flowers are gorgeous. I think all of ours are gone until next year. And I had supper a dew hours ago but your food photos have made me hungry. Looks so yummy. Hugs-Erika

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  25. Your lunch with friends looks tasty. The village with the fence around is interesting. The bamboo fence must be sturdy. The red flowers look like a variety of dianthus. If you look on the internet images of red dianthus you may confirm that. Have a blessed weekend Nancy.

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  26. Like the scramble egg with prawns and cheese, must be tasty

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  27. The food you are showing to us looks always so tasty!

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  28. Hi Nancy,
    I love the leafy green veggie and scrambled eggs with prawns & cheese. Not a fan of pig trotter but I like the sauce. Yummy !

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  29. Hello Nancy!:) After a week of feeling really washed out,( drained of energy) I feel better today, and can start visiting everyone at Todays Flowers. I love the white dahlias, and really fancy the Scrambled egg, prawns and cheese dish, and the trotters. The horse painting is nice too. Have a good week!:)

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  30. I haven't seen cuttlefish on kailan before. Guess this will make its way to KL if it turns out popular.

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