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Friday, 13 October 2017

Dinner Again At Restoran Makanan Laut Old Man, Ipoh.

When we enjoyed the first meal, naturally we will go back for the second meal. Our second dinner happened to fall on the eve of Malaysia Day celebration. This round, we decided to order something different from what we had previously.
Double steamed coconut chicken soup will be great on a cool, wet night.
Chicken and dried Chinese herbs soup steamed in an old coconut together with the coconut flesh @ MYR 22.
This is the amount when the soup and content was poured out into a big bowl. The soup was thick and sweet, very rich in flavour. Each of us get to enjoy a small bowl of this nutritious soup.
They make their own bbq pork, served with some vegetable salad and thick bbq sauce @ MYR 13.
Stinky beans with minced meat with sambal belacan @ MYR 15.
Sweet potato leaves with sambal belacan @ MYR 8.
Total cost of dinner for 4 people = MYR 63.20.
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The following photos are for joining Skywatch Friday.
New housing project.
I managed to snap these photos from the front passenger seat as we were passing by.
Blue sky with white clouds.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

When a king's face brightens, it means life;

his favor is like a rain cloud in spring.

(Proverbs 16:15, New International Version-NIV)

56 comments:

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    1. Come, come, Sharon! Ipoh food waiting for you!

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  2. Hola Nancy. Se ve muy rica esa comida, todo tiene un aspecto sabroso. Preciosas fotos. Besos.

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  3. I would like the coconut herbal soup. Lovely dinner.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I used to make this soup but now most of the coconuts are so small.

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  4. Good choices.. I went the other day too..

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  5. Hello, delicious meals. Love the sculpture and sky shots. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  6. ...the double steamed coconut chicken soup looks good.

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  7. The coconut must be so very thick and sweet I can imagine it. stinky beans I like!

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  8. It would be fun to try a soup cooked in a coconut. Lovely skies!

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    1. Oh yes, do try. I am sure you will love it!

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  9. Interesting how the soup made in coconut shell! Nice structure at shoot

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  10. Having soup in a coconut looks unusual to me but some of the foods that you eat is unusual to me. I bet that some of the foods that I eat every day must be unusual to you also. That's why it's exciting to see from my perspective.
    I'm always excited to see what types of food that you have in your blog. I'm so glad that I found your blog. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. I would wish to try some of your unusual food.

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  11. Interesting landmark,how i wish i am in Ipoh to enjoy the good food.

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  12. I wish I could try this soup! It looks delicious, and cooking it in the actual coconut must make it taste so good! This must be some fancy and expensive housing development! Their big sculpture looks so pretty against the beautiful sky.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. The soup is delicious, sweet and rich in flavour. I took the snapshot of the sculpture while we drove past.

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  13. Looks quite interesting, especially the coconut Chicken soup..

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  14. The chicken and herbs steamed in a coconut look delicious and satisfying, Nancy. I absolutely love chicken soup. I hope you have a great weekend. :)

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  15. I love how the soup was presented in the coconut shell, it looks amazing.

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  16. I have just added the first food entry to my bucket list. I have to have double steamed coconut chicken soup before I die. That sounds and looks wonderful!!

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  17. I like the BBQ pork, the minced meat and the sweet potato leaves, very flavourful dishes to go with white rice

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  18. Soup in a shell of coconut...never thought of that. I stop in from Yogi and if you have the time stop in for a cup of coffee

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  19. Chicken and dried Chinese herbs soup steamed in an old coconut is very fascinating...

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  20. Se ve muy buena la comida. Feliz día.

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  21. The coconut chicken soup is certainly interesting. It looks like something that will comfort me on a chilly day ;) Can't wait to hunt this down in KL if they have it.

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    1. Hi Sharon, if you can't find one, you can make the soup at home. Only need to find a big coconut.

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  22. The BBQ pork and sauce looks delicious.

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