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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Birthday Dinner At East Ocean Restaurant, Chemor.

A friend invited us to join her and her family for dinner to celebrate her birthday. First, we were told the dinner venue will be in Bercham but were later informed that the venue had been changed to East Ocean Seafood Restaurant in Chemor.  

A table reservation was made and the dishes were ordered. Once everyone was seated, the dishes were ready to be served. 
A very appetizing dish.
Sweet and sour assam mixed seafood.
(fish, prawns, cuttlefish, ladies fingers, tomatoes & onions)
\Sambal belacan kangkong (water convolvulus)
Plain steamed pak soh koong fish (white whiskers cat fish).
Deep fried tofu topped with minced pork.
Deep fried boneless chicken meat.
Steamed 3 types of eggs
(normal fresh eggs, salted eggs & preserved century eggs)
Blanched baby kai lan greens (baby Chinese broccoli).
It was a scrumptious dinner. The choice of dishes suited all age group, from the young to the elderly.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
Church hall of Wesley Methodist Church, Ipoh.
Wesley Methodish Church, Ipoh. Completed in 1896.
Occupied by the Japanese in WWII.
Was burnt in 1991.
It was rebuilt to match its original design as in 1896.

Then the nations all around - all those still left -
will know that I, the Lord, rebuilt the ruins
and planted lush crops in the wilderness.
For I, the Lord, have promised it and I will do it.
(Ezekiel 36:36, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. This Methodist church is gorgeous! Especially the peaks of the turret. Wish I could taste the chicken dish or the eggs!

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  2. Lovely meal. I like the appetizer, very different. The steamed eggs is something too.

    Nice church and glad it is rebuilt to its original design.

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  3. Kangkong, one of my favourite vegetable...

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  4. All the dishes are so flavourful!

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  5. Salivating looking at all d food pics

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  6. What colorful and interesting dishes they prepared!
    The church is lovely.
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-word-ful-wordless-wednesday-on.html

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  7. The church looks beautiful and I admire the architecture! The food was treating… hope you enjoyed the dishes

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  8. What a wonderful dinner and it was nice of your friend to invite you. My Catholic church is very old. It was built in the late 1800's and it still standing. Have a great day Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  9. Hello, the food looks delicious. So many choices there. I love the beautiful church. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  10. ...Nancy, the architectural style of the church is lovely. I'm glad that It was rebuilt to match its original design. Thanks as always for our visit, stop again and Merry Christmas.

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  11. Se ve muy buena la comida, la iglesia es preciosa. Buena tarde.

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  12. I like all the dishes.

    I like the creamy colour Wesley Church too, very nice building.

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  13. What a lovely birthday feast. Everything looks so very good. I love your foodie posts.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  14. The church is beautiful. I can see why they rebuilt it the same.

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  15. Looks very interesting! Thanks for the post)

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  16. That meal looks like it certainly did have something for everyone.

    Lovely church!

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  17. I find the design of the church hall fascinating!

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  18. The photos in this post are even more appetising than usual haha. Drooling in the office now (and it's after lunch!)

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    1. Thank you, Stacy! I will need a cup of coffee to get my mind off the food! Lol!

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