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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Dinner With Friends At Kedai Kopi Tai Kung, Ipoh.

We had this dinner at the beginning of this year with our friends, To avoid disappointment, we had to call up to book the dishes. For early birds there is no problem but for those who comes after 6 pm, then it is advisable to book the dishes. They only cater for limited amount per day. 
Fried Fish Slices - drizzled with garlic oil & light soya sauce.
 Plain Steamed Fish, drizzled with garlic oil & light soya sauce.
Steamed Pork Rib with preserved salted black beans.
 Steamed Yam with Pork Belly (woo tau kau yoke)
 Salted veggie soup
 Black Beans with Chicken soup.
That was our dinner with our friends.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
These photos were taken at the Gopeng Antique Kopitiam.
 Antique items on display in the glass cabinet.
Antique items displayed on shelf.


Instead, be really glad - because these trials will make

you partners with Christ in his suffering,

and afterwards you will have the wonderful joy

of sharing his glory in that coming day

when it will be displayed.

(1 Peter 4:13, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. The food looks wonderful as always:)
    kisses:*

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

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  2. Wow.. I think I know which place.. I wonder whether they open for business yet...

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    1. They could be taking time off for the CNY.

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  3. I loves the soup except the chicken feet inside, hehe...

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    1. No worry, Sharon. You can leave the chicken feet behind. He he...

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  4. The fried fish looks delicious. A great meal.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Fried fish is delicious!

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  5. Yummy on all the food. You do eat so very well.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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

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  6. Nancy, what a lovely collection of treasures. Thanks so much for sharing this week, I hope to see you again.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting. I will be back!

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  7. the food looks yummy and the antiques on display are very pretty!!!

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

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  8. I love all the first four dishes, all very flavourful, the first two fish dishes, eat with white porridge will be nice also

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    1. Hi Libby. Yes, you are reminding me of the Teochew porridge. Great to eat with these dishes!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. Steamed dishes are healthier!

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  10. I'm feeling hungry.. :).. i just love to eat fish..

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    1. Hi Krishna, I love to eat fish too, especially fried ones.

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  11. Very wise to book ahead at popular restaurants. Pretty & interesting antique glassware too!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. All these antiques are now very much sorted after.

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. These antiques were once treated like junks but now are priceless treasures.

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    1. Thank you, William. They caught my eyes too!

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  14. I have never seen fish that is fried. I would love to taste it. Here, fish is usually simmered or baked. We do have fried fish sticks though.

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    1. I know you will love fried fish too. Have a great day!

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  15. I like the fish dishes! I had enough of meats for now. Lol.

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    1. Yes, Rose. Fish will be good for a change.

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  16. Lots of fish on this menu - yummy.

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  17. as always the food looks delicious...i like looking at all the different antiques!

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    1. Thank you, Tanya. I tried to take snapshots of all of the antiques on display.

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  18. I always find your Tuesday's treasures interesting...

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I wanted to take a closer snapshot but was not possible.

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  19. I like the fish dishes! Yums!

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  20. Where's this Kedai Kopi Tai Kung? I would definitely dig into d "Wu tau Kau yoke" (my favourite)!

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    1. Let's say you are coming from the roundabout in front of Tow Boo Keong temple. There is a road on your left just after Tow Boo Keong temple (a short distance before the traffic light). Turn left into this road and Kedai Kopi Tai Kung is on your left, it is an old coffee shop.

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    2. Oic, thanks. Very clear directions 😊

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    3. You can see the steamers at the side of the coffee shop. It is a corner shop. I am not very sure but I think their off day is Wed. I hope their cooking is to your liking. Have a wonderful day!

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  21. Good food and good company always good

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    1. Thank you, Jo-Anne. With good company, the food definitely taste better.

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  22. After 6pm already have to book ah haha. So early for dinner.

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    1. Many of the surrounding officer workers will pack food back to take home after their work so the food finish fast.

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