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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Dinner With Friends At Restoran Up & Up, Ipoh.

It was end of September, about a week before the Mooncake festival, we received a call from a friend inviting us to join them for dinner. We were asked whether it will be alright for us to drive over to Ipoh Garden East for dinner at Restoran Up & Up.

The last time we ate at this Restoran Up & Up in Ipoh Garden East was about two and  a half years ago and if you are interested to read the post, you can click here. This Up & Up restaurant is at 33, Jalan Medan Ipoh 10, Taman Ipoh Timur, Ipoh.
 We were to meet at the restaurant at 6.30 pm.
 We were to give a call before we start as we are further away than our friends. Our friends happened to reach first and dinner dishes were ordered so that we need not have to wait.
Fish Head Curry in a clay pot.
 Soft silky tofu with prawns.
 Pig's trotter with black vinegar in a clay pot.
 Both dishes in clay pots were very appetizing ones.
 A complimentary bowl of soft, silky tofu fa with ginger syrup for each diner.
Dinner is not over yet......
Our friends brought along some moon cakes for us to try.
These were brought back from Taiwan.
We tried the ones with salted egg yolk and another with red bean paste.
It was a wonderful dinner with good fellowship and sweet desserts.
Thank you, friends for the dinner treat!
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The following photos from the Restoran Up & Up are for joining Tuesday's Treasures and Image-in-ing.
Painting on the wall.
 The kebaya top framed up on the wall.

Linking to Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.

The Lord will guide you always;

he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and

will strengthen your frame.

You will be like a well-watered garden,

like a spring whose waters never fail.

(Isaiah 58:11, New International Version-NIV)

64 comments:

  1. i like the tofu and prawns dish the best!

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  2. The wall decorations are quite nice. Hmmm...I haven't had fish head curry in a while!

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    1. So its time to enjoy some fish head curry! Lol!

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  3. A very nice meal. Love both claypot dishes.

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  4. Sounds that you had a wonderful time with your friend. Awesome dinner. Yummy moon cake!

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  5. ... the kebaya top has such amazing work and the color is great. Thanks Nancy for sharing this week, I hope to see you again.

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  6. I really love this sort of food my dear <3<3<3

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  7. Those moon cakes look very fancy!

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  8. So amazing dear :) kiss

    http://denimakeup95.blogspot.it

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  9. Oh I do want to try moon cakes but I have never seen them for sale anywhere here :-( I really cannot get to like tofu to me it is pretty tasteless. Love your skies. Have a good day Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! Tofu on its own is very bland and tasteless. Need to be accompanied with sauce and other ingredients.

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  10. The pics are amazing! :)

    I am your new follower. Hope you will follow me back! :)
    Shoot for the stars

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  11. Beautiful sky and a great feast. I love all your food. I always come here in the morning before I eat anything and my stomach growls when I look at all the wonderful food.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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  12. How wonderful to meet up with friends and enjoy fellowship over a beautiful looking meal. Love the look of the moon cakes.

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  13. Such a feast! The painting on the wall is amazing & the colour of the kebaya is lovely with the embroidered flowers!

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    1. Thank you, Claire! A very memorable dinner indeed!

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  15. Looks like a great place to meet up with friends to enjoy a meal together!

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  16. what a great time spent with friends and good food and great atmosphere!

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  17. What is Kebaya? Because the top is so pretty! But my favorite is the gorgeous blue and gold painting.

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    1. A kebaya is the blouse that the Nyonya wears.

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  18. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  19. That's a great name for a restaurant.

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  20. I like the pig trotter with black vinegar, but hardly see places here sell with black vinegar...

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  21. Ah! that moon cake.. on moon festival day, my son's Kung Fu Shi Fu gave us moon cake.. that was delicious..

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  22. Wow - looks like quite a feast!
    Thanks for sharing these photos with us this week at image-in-ing: http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/10/blacksmiths-at-work.html

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  23. Anything different about the Taiwanese mooncakes?

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    1. I don't think there is much different except that it is less oily.

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  24. Se ve todo muy bueno. Besitos y buena tarde.

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  25. Oo..I am drooling over that tau foo far. So silky! I've never seen anything like that in KL.

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