Our dinner date for this particular evening was at 6.30 pm and the place was at Kedai Makan Tuck Kee, Jalan Theatre, Ipoh. We couldn't park along that road because there were heavy machinery and road barricades blocking the way. We then took a big round to find parking at another road and walked to Kedai Makan Tuck Kee,
This is the reason for the road blockage.
Paving the road surface with concrete blocks.
Certain portion of the road was closed to traffic.
Preparing the road surface for the laying of concrete blocks.
The ground was still wet from the rain.
There was a beautiful rainbow over Ipoh city.
The other end of the rainbow behind the new Octagon building.
I was seated facing this cute painting and out came my smartphone and "click!"
Another "click" on my right just before the food was brought to our table.
Sambal chili for dipping.
We started with blanched or boiled octopus. Best eaten with sambal chili.
Followed by Stewed Chicken Feet. Also best eaten with sambal chili.
A big bowl of flat rice noodle with thick gravy. We called it "wat tan hor".
Stir fried mixed noodles - wet version (beehoon & koay teow).
Stir fry yee mee, (ready deep fried noodle).
Stir fried big, fat noodle.
By the time we finished our dinner, it was about 7 pm.
It was a weekday and service was fast!
It was still bright after our dinner, I took another snapshot before walking to our car. Looking forward to see the completed work.
And as we live with Christ, our love grows more perfect and complete;
so we will not be ashamed and embarrassed at the day of judgment,
but can face him with confidence and joy because he loves us
and we love him too.
(1 John 4:17, The Living Bible-TLB)
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The following photos are for joining Saturday's Critters.
My friend sent me these beautiful moth photos taken from her garden in the evening.
Photos credited to Aislynn.
I found this snail on my plant one morning after the rain.
Oblivious to my presence, it went on feeding.
After the photo shots, it was transferred out from my garden onto the roadside grass.
Linking to Saturday's Critters.