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Friday, 13 April 2018

Vegetarian Dinner At Restoran Jiu Jiu Fu (99), Ipoh.

A close relative was in town and she called to invite us to join them for a vegetarian dinner. She mentioned that the restaurant is near to the Tesco Extra in Ipoh Garden. Even though it was the first visit for hubby and I, we have no problem locating the restaurant.

The ordering of food was left to her husband and according to him, he just ordered whatever sounds good and as recommended to him by the one taking down the orders. The rest of us were busy updating one another. I will give my personal description of the food we ate.
Sweet sour deep fried tofu topped with mock minced meat.
Crispy deep fried bean curd skin with goji berries.
Sauteed cabbage cooked with slices of mock meat.
Vegetarian assam fish with okra or ladies fingers.
Stir fried bean sprout and mock salted fish.
Sauteed Green Amaranth with goji berries.
Decoration on the wall next to where we were seated.
Restoran Jiu Jiu Fu (99)
10, Jalan Medan Ipoh 6, Bandar Baru Medan, Ipoh.
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The following pictures of sunrise are for joining Skywatch Friday.
Sunrise at 7.18 am.
same as above
Sunrise at 7.25 am.
Linking to Skywatch Friday.

The sun rises at one end of the heavens and follows its course to the other end.

Nothing can hide from its heat.

(Psalm 19:6, New Living Translation-NLT)

54 comments:

  1. First time i saw mock salted fish

    Very beautiful sky photos

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    1. My bro-in-law shared a very easy and yummy vegetarian salted fish recipe! One of these days, I will try out the recipe.

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  2. ...I know that eating a vegetarian diet is good for you, but I like meat.

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    1. Not easy to follow a meatless diet. We still need meat in smaller portions.

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  3. I'm sorry, I love vegetables but they need to be with meat or fish.
    See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Same with me too! I prefer a balanced diet!

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  4. I've been eating more and more vegetarian as I get older.

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    1. So true! Less meat but more veggie!

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  5. I would have loved this meal. I love meatless meals. Kind of cleanses the body a bit. I feel better when I eat little or no meat.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. I think meatless is not heavy and easier to digest!

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  6. Hope u enjoyed the dinner with your relatives and the restaurant look nice with glass doors and hanging lanterns. Lovely capture on sunrise over a mountain!

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  7. Feliz fin de semana. Besitos.

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  8. It all looks so delicious, Nancy, who needs meat?
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Most important is they have their proteins.

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  9. Great looking food and I love your sky shots. Have a good weekend Diane

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  10. Beautiful skies and interesting food!!

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  11. Hi, Nancy, it's the kind of food I like.
    The pictures are beautiful, it must be nice.
    Good weekend.

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  12. Being a vegetarian, i would have loved this!

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  13. This vegetarian restaurant has been around for many years, but I've not tried it either.

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    1. I didn't even know about this restaurant! Lol!

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  14. The sweet and sour tofu looks good! Beautiful sunrise captures!!

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  15. Beautiful sunrise. The food is intriguing. I have not eaten that much tofu and no mock fish or meat. But I would give it a try. Always love that you have a scripture.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi! Tofu is their source of protein!

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  16. There is even mock salted fish! I would like to taste that.

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    1. Yes, I would like to try the mock salted fish recipe!

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  17. Lovely sky shots and wonderful vegetarian food.

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  18. I like the yin choy dish the best!

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    1. Me too! Yin choy is rich in minerals!

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  19. Vegetarian is supposed to be more healthful...but, doesn't the deep frying work against that? In any event, it sure looks delicious!

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    1. The vegetarian restaurants do offer more choices for their customers.

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  20. Such interesting food photos! I don't believe we have anything like those dishes in southeastern Alberta, but if you have them in Nancy, we might have them here.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  21. I've never had these meat substitutes, but your photographs made them look very tasty.

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    1. They look almost like the real thing but taste wise very different!

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  22. For vegetarian, I'm happy enough with economy-rice-style, i.e. cheap hehe. If I pay more I'd much rather have meat.

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    1. Vegetarian food is more expensive than non vegetarian food.

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