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Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Sweet Dessert.

Today's post is to share with you some of the food we sometimes eat in a day. What we eat varies from day to day because we have many choices to choose from. We have all kinds of Chinese, Malay , India food, plus many other food to choose from and the choices is endless. The food we choose depends on our preferences.

For breakfast, we went to Restoran Sun Heng, Canning Garden, Ipoh.
We wanted steamed coconut buns but there was none that morning. So we ordered some of the goodies (liew) and a bowl of clear soup noodle.
It was flat rice noodle (koay teow), bbq pork, bean sprouts & mint leaves. We shared the above breakfast with 2 cups of unsweetened black coffee.
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Then for lunch, we went to Restoran A1 Phang Leng, Menglembu.
Ordered 1 piece of fried goodie (liew) and 1 yam puff.
Hubby and I shared the yam puff.
And we bought 4 pieces of fried glutinous ball coated with sesame seeds, and sweet bean paste as filling. We shared the above food for lunch with a glass of warm Chinese tea.
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For dinner, we went to the hawker centre in Taman Pertama.
We ordered a small clay pot chicken rice. There is chicken, Chinese sausage and a small piece of salted fish. Before we eat, we need to mix it all up.
We also add this fried kembong fish (Mackerel). We shared the above dinner with a glass of warm Chinese tea. We don't usually eat sweet dessert after dinner but that evening was an exception as the weather was a bit warm.
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We drove to the nearby food court and ordered a cold sweet dessert to share.
Our bowl of iced sweet dessert consisting of fried crunchy peanuts, kidney beans, and canned sweet corn with milk and less coconut palm sugar.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
These photos were taken at the Classic Dining Restaurant, Fair Park, Ipoh.
Photo #1 - Wall decorations.
Photo #2 - Wash basins.
Photo #3 - Paper fan decorations on the wall.
Photo #4 - Wind chime.
Photo #5 - Cut tree trunk slab as table and wooden stools.


But among you, the one who serves you best will be your leader.

Out in the world the master sits at the table

and is served by his servants.

But not here! For I am your servant.

(Luke 22:26-27, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. Wow. They put a lot of mint leaves in the soup. Must be good and refreshing.

    Love the yam puff. And claypot chicken rice. Long time did not have that.

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    1. The lady boss very accommodating, knows that I love mint leaves. Have a great day!

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  2. See the clay pot chicken rice makes me crave for it...

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    1. This clay pot chicken rice is our favourite. Very tasty. Have a good day!

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  3. Nancy.. You are tempting me to come back sooner than expected!! Lol...

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    1. Ha ha...ya ya! In case you have forgotten about Ipoh's food!

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  4. Nancy, so many nice food from breakfast, lunch to dinner time:) The decor photos are all beautiful and creative too! I like the wash basin the most.

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    1. Thank you, Annie. I too like the wash basin, so unique!

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  5. Lots of deep-fried stuff but all looks yummy!

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    1. We couldn't resist the fried stuffs. Have a happy day!

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  6. I bet this smells and tastes heavenly.
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/04/making-dangerous-situation-kid-friendly.html

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    1. Thank you, Sue for hosting. Have a lovely day!

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  7. Wow scrumptious food post here... So many "ho liao" to eat in Ipoh

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    1. Thank you, Angeline. Lots of "ho liao" to enjoy in Ipoh!

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

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  9. I am hungry already looking at the food you ate!

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    1. I am thinking of the fried glutinous rice balls now. Ha ha!

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  10. A yam puff would be great to try, i hope i get to someday.

    Very pretty decor in those places.

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    1. Yam puff is one of my favourite snack. More decor from that place to come in future treasure post.

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  11. Yummy, i think that this nuddle soup was delicious :D
    www.evelinebison.pl

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    1. Thank you, Eveline. Have a wonderful day.

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  12. Beautiful decorations today! Are they all from the same place, or different restaurants? I love the stone wall and wash basins, a tribute to the past and rural areas. The tree table is wonderful! And I love all the fans. Looks like you normally eat very healthy!! I have never seen a yam puff, looks very good. Also the sesame and bean paste balls, they are so pretty and perfectly formed! How do they get them so even I wonder..

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    1. All the decorations are from the Classic Dining Restaurant. I love the yam puffs and sesame balls. They are really good!

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  13. I love all the decorations!

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

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  14. A treasure of a restaurant and some great looking food. Hope you have a great week!

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    1. Thank you, dear. Wishing you a great week too!

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  15. What a great looking restaurant you visited. Beautiful.

    The food always amazes me. You both eat so very well. I'm hungry now.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. These food are mostly normal everyday food for us here. We seldom go for fine dining. Have a fantastic day!

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  16. ah, good that both of you eat what you like and enjoy the food to the fullest.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Ipoh people enjoys eating. Lol! Have a great day!

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  17. ...Nancy, those wall planters are lovely, I'd like one or two in my house. Thanks for sharing this week, please stop back again.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting. I like the wall planters too!

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  18. Sounds really interesting) Thanks for sharing!

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

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  19. Those yam puffs look scrumptious.

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  20. Wow!! so may yummy food.. I want to try the fish.. :)

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    1. Thank you, Krishna. I love fried fish too!

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  21. The food looks delicious...and love those wash basins and the wind chime.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I love those wash basins too.

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  22. Aaah...you are so making me hungry-lah :D

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    1. I am also reminded that it is now time for lunch. Lol!

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

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  24. It's the chimes that really catch my eye.

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    1. I like the chimes too. Nice to have it under the porch!

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    1. Thank you, Jo-Anne. Have a lovely day!

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  26. Yummy Ipoh food! Sun Heng is famous for their curry noodles, but I prefer just having their noodles ("lai fun") with soya sauce.

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    1. Hi Irene, nowadays I seldom go for the curry noodles. I will instead eat the clear soup noodle and mostly we go there for the steamed buns and coffee.

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  27. That iced sweet dessert with that crunchy peanuts and the sesame coated balls looks so good and delicious.

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    1. Thank you, Ruxana. They are delicious and I love them. Have a great day!

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