Thursday 7 December 2017

Foodie Adventure With Friends From Far And Near

On the 25th, the last Saturday of November, we have friends from another state visiting us. We were informed that they wanted to have dinner at Restoran Peng Yew in Lawan Kuda which is about 30 minutes drive from Ipoh. Once confirmed, hubby called to book a place and also the "san yu" fish. At certain times, the place can get very crowded, so it is better to reserved a table for 7 people. We have to travel in 2 cars.
We started from Ipoh at 5.30 pm.
Waiting at the traffic light...
Drunken "San Yu" Fish Soup
Our friends who reached earlier ordered the food and we needn't have to wait long to be served our dinner. Surprisingly, it was very quiet and not crowded at all.
The meat from the "San Yu" fish used for stir fry with spring onions and ginger. The texture very tender, cooked just right!

Stir fry celery

Sambal stinky beans.

Crunchy deep fried mantis prawns
Spicy and savoury pig's intestine, not everyone's kind of food.
I didn't touch this dish and half was left untouched.

The night was still young. After returning to Ipoh from Lawan Kuda, we went to have some beer and more chatting. We were seated opposite the Ho Yan Hor and Han Chin Pek Soo Museums. Later, we parted for the night and planned to meet up again the next day.
The next morning, hubby and I attended church.
Received a message to meet up for Assam Laksa lunch at Falim.
It was a nice cool day, perfect to enjoy some Assam Laksa. 
Four bowls of Assam Laksa noodles and some fried goodies to be shared by 7 people.
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The following photos are for joining Good Fences.
 Fence #1 
Fence #2

Linking to Good Fences.

Yes, dear friends, we are already God's children, right now,
and we can't even imagine what it is going to be like later on.
But we do know this, that when he comes we will be like him,
as a result of seeing him as he really is.
(1 John 3:2, The Living Bible-TLB)


  1. I suspect they are pigs fallopian tubes instead of pigs intestine because they look like the sang cheong dish I had before. Love the San yu dishes.

    1. Oh yes, Mun. That is the sang cheong, I got mixed up with the intestine!

  2. It's looks like such a lovely time with friends, and i do like those fences.

  3. Precioso recorrido Nancy, la comida tiene muy buen aspecto, aunque con el picante a mi me pica la nariz. Besos.

  4. ...KFC and Pizza Hut are everywhere.

  5. La comida se ve muy rica. Buena tarde.

  6. I like all the dishes including the pig intestines except the celery

  7. An amazing choice and variety, Nancy!
    I really like the white building. Great photos!

    1. Thank you, Christine! The street lights gave it a special lighting effect!

  8. The fish stir fry definetely looks delicious:)

  9. Lovely skies and wonderful adventures.

  10. I'll have everything except the intestines. Just saying. I love your foodie posts.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

  11. I love the low clouds sitting on the mountain, how beautiful! And that beautiful building, where you went for drinks. It even has an upstairs bay window with three windows!!

    1. Thank you, Ginny. Those 2 buildings are museums and the street light gave the building a beautiful light.

  12. Every food got me salivating for sure. Yummy!!
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  13. Looks really interesting! As usual great post!

  14. That one dish of stir fry looks simply delicious....others looks good.

    But oh, how I LOVe your sky shots.

  15. All I can eat except that pig's intestine.

  16. 6pm is super early for dinner. Maybe the crowd only goes starts later.

    I'd have finished off the pig's intestine!

  17. Those landscape views really appeal to me, Nancy!


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