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Monday, 1 January 2018

New Year Eve Dinner With Friends At Wan Li Xiang Roasters

After having taken lunch here with a long time friend at Wan Li Xiang Roasters few days ago, we found that the food was very tasty. We decided to order the promotional dinner set which will be on until mid January. My friend organized and got together all 10 of us and we were back here again for the New Year Eve dinner.

My friends were at the restaurant before us. Traffic was heavy on the road and we reached in time just when the first dish was brought to the table. The moment we sat down, we gave thanks to God for the meal and our dinner began. Timing was just perfect!
 First dish - Poached free range chicken served with blended ginger.
Sorry about the chicken head. When eating in Chinese restaurants, it is auspicious to serve the dish together with the head and tail. It symbolizes a good start and finish.
 Roasted Piglet.
The same applies to the head and legs.
 Plain Steamed Grouper
Fish means prosperity and the same applies for the head and tail.
 Fried Prawns
Mixed dish of green, mushroom & deep fried rolled cuttlefish.
Fragrant Fried Rice.
 For cold sweet dessert - Canned longan with kwai ling ko jelly.
We polished off every dish and it was a very scrumptious dinner
Dinner set of 7 dishes for 10 people costs MYR 368.
Wan Li Xiang Roasters. Tel: 019-5716185, 019-5588348.
No. 2, 4-6, Susuran Pasir Puteh, Taman Sentosa, Ipoh.

Today is the beginning of a brand new year!
Have A Blessed New Year!

Lord, through all the generations you have been our home!
Before the mountains were created, before the earth was formed,
you are God without beginning or end.
(Psalm 90:1-2, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. I don't think I have ever seen any heads on your blog. But I will say that seeing the entire animal, you can tell how fresh it is. Happy New Year! I wish abundant joy and good health for you this year!

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  2. What a feast! Happy New Year, Nancy.

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  3. Hi Nancy, Happy New Year to you and wish you all the best in 2018.
    All the dishes look so good, I especially love the fried rice. :))

    Regards,
    Amelia

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  4. ...quite the feast, Happy New Year.

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  5. so different from what we eat here but I love it:)
    Happy New Year!

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  6. What a feast! Cool! Let me wish you and your loved ones a wonderful 2018. Happy new year!

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    1. Thank you, Rajiv! Happy new year to you and love ones!

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  7. Espero que estés pasando un bonito día. Besitos.

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    1. Thank you, Teresa! Happy new year to you and love ones!

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  8. What a feast! Love all the chicken, piglet, fish and prawns!

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  9. That a lovely feast for New Years Eve.

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    * Joy to all! ♫•*¨* Peace on Earth ♪♫•*¨*

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  10. Happy New Year to you and your family! That chicken head gave me a fright!

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    1. Hi Mun, so sorry about the chicken head! Lol!

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  11. Happy New Year Nancy even with the heads. The prawns looks very tasty. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  12. Happy New Year, Nancy ..xx Great way to end the year - friends and food!

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    1. Thank you, Sharon! Delicious food surrounded with good friend!

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  13. Very similar to mine... the one I post up today.. hahaaa

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  14. What a feast to welcome the new year! First time that I see chicken head served at the table!

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    1. Chicken served with its head is very common here.

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  15. That's a lavish meal! Happy new year to you!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy! Happy new year to you too!

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