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Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Early Dinner At Restoran Yan Ming, Ipoh.

We have almost forgotten about this restaurant that we used to patronize until my son mentioned it during our conversation. Two evenings ago, I suggested going to Restoran Yan Ming for dinner. It was still early at about 6.30 pm but the place was filled except for a table outside on the five foot way.
I asked whether they serve curry and the staff recommended Nyonya curry. I didn't want the Tilapia fish, so I opted for the Threadfin fish. 
The Threadfin fish was fried and served with Nyonya curry and sliced okra.
Hubby and I both enjoyed this dish very much.
Sambal belacan fried water spinach in a clay pot.
This was our dinner for 2 people.
Our day started with this sunrise at 7.30 am.
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The following photos are for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
Took these snapshots when we were at Lim Kopi cafe.
Antique metal chairs as flower stands.
Antique aluminium kettle as a flower pot and an aluminium basin as a stand. I have one of this aluminium kettle and I like the idea of using it as a flower pot.


Although God's promise still stands -

his promise that all may enter his place of rest -

we ought to tremble with fear because

some of you may be on the verge of failing to get there after all.

(Hebrews 4:1, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. The Threadfin fish looks thin. Won't be enough for me alone as I like to eat fish.

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    1. The fish was just enough for both of us as hubby eats very little fish.

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  2. I like those plants and having the kettle as a flower pot is so quaint!

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    1. Good idea to make good use of the kettle instead of throwing it away!

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  3. Love that sky shot, beautiful. Take care Diane

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  4. ...just about anything can be used for a flower pot. Thanks Nancy for sharing, enjoy your week and I hope to see you again.

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  5. Reminds me I need to do some plant repotting!

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    1. There is so much work waiting for me to do in the garden!

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  6. Loved the kettle planted up so simple but effective.

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  7. This fish doesn't look like it has much meat on it for two people. Weren't you and your husband still hungry? See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. It was just enough for a light dinner. Hubby not a great fish fan!

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  8. Beautiful decoration of pots and nice use of antique chairs there! Nice sunrise image

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  9. I seem to visit you in the morning before I have anything to eat. Your food makes my stomach growl and my mouth drool. That's a good thing.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You will have good appetite for your breakfast!

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  10. Hola Nancy, la comida tiene un aspecto muy muy rico y las fotos son preciosas. Besos.

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  11. I'm an early eater. I like early dinners.

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  12. I like the Lim Kopi Cafe decorations and plants, so nice!

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  13. Todo esta precioso. Buena tarde.

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  14. Your sunrise is my favorite, it is GORGEOUS!!!

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  15. Really interesting post) Thanks a lot for sharing!

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  16. It's always nice to rediscover a good restaurant that you've forgotten.

    Love the aluminum.

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  17. Love the garden. Reuse and invent new garden tool.

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  18. Yummy dish! Good idea of keeping plants in the teapot:)

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  19. I like repurposing the kettle to display flowers. Great idea!

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  20. This looks especially tasty to me this week!
    Thanks for joining up this week at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/05/strange-sights.html

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  21. Agree that too much tilapia can get boring.

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