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Saturday, 18 August 2018

Early Morning Breakfast At Restoran Choi Yuen, Ipoh Garden.

Our friends love dim sum and almost everyday, they will be having dim sum for breakfast. One of their regular place is the Restoran Chooi Yue Dim Sum. One morning, hubby and I were finishing our morning walking exercise when hubby received a call from this couple. The wife of the couple call to inform us that they were waiting for us at "Chooi Yue". When my hubby relayed the message to me, without inquiring further, my mind straight away presumed that it was the "Chooi Yue" dim sum!

The place she meant was the coffee shop "Kedai Kopi Sin Choy Yuen" which is near to the recreational park! We used to joke about their daily affair with dim sum so much so that my mind will automatically connect them with dim sum when a similar name was mentioned. Today's post is one of our breakfast outings when we had dim sum breakfast with this couple. 
Minced meat dumplings or gao zi dumplings with special ginger strips sourish dipping sauce.
2 egg tarts
2 crispy yam or taro puffs with mayonnaise sauce.
2 minced meat with century eggs bean curd rolls.
The minced meat with century eggs rolls are best eaten with mayonnaise and chili sauce.
Fried wontons with mayonnaise sauce.
These are steamed fish balls topped with sweet sourish sauce.
2 steamed BBQ meat buns
A very filling breakfast for 4 people.
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The following pictures are for joining Saturday's Critters.
Thank you, Aislynn for sending and sharing the critters photos with me.
Crickets bought from the pet shop for feeding the injured bird my friend rescued from the stray cats.
A big grasshopper dropped by her garden for a visit.
Surprisingly, the grasshopper didn't mind her going near to snap its photos.
It must have eaten its fill of green leaves and stopped to take a rest from the hot sun.
Just look at the strong hind legs!
Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Dear friend, I hope all is well with you and

that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit.

(3 John 1:2, New Living Translation-NLT)

62 comments:

  1. Gosh, those flaky egg tarts are killing me...I am dying to have one now!

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  2. I am thinking of having dim sum one of these days. In fact I walked past a dim sum restaurant today and it was full house right up to the tables at the pavement!

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    1. Dim Sum places are always full especially now, its school holidays...

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  3. Great cricket images and you do have a BIG breakfast! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. Pet shop also selling crickets? I didn't know that.

    Dim sum. I like all except the rolls with century eggs. I don't eat century egg so I not sure I would like that fried rolls or not. Hehe.

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    1. There is very little century egg in the fried rolls, you can hardly get to taste it.

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  5. Wow, the food looks so delicious!

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  6. ...the egg tarts look good. It's about time to see grasshoppers here! Enjoy your week ahead.

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  7. I super love Chinese food,
    now you've got me craving for dumplings.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you, Ann! Time to go for some dumplings! Lol!

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  8. Hello, that is a nice breakfast. The birds will enjoy those crickets. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS< thanks also for the comment on my blog.

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  9. I loves gao zi dumplings, I can eat it often without getting sick of it...

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    1. I like gao zi dumplings but they are quite filling.

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  10. It's amazing Nancy for when I read your blog with all the food that you show, they all seem to be the food for breakfast, lunch & dinner. It looks the same to me especially the breakfast. It's amazing because when I look into the Canadian breakfast, lunch & dinner, it appears to totally different, not here. I guess our two countries are just different. Have a great day my friend. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Hi Paul, over here we can choose to eat whatever we like at any time of the day. There is nothing fixed, especially for me! Lol!

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  11. Great post dear! Have a wonderful weekend!
    xoxo

    Vildana from Living Like V

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    1. Thank you, Vildana! Have a wonderful weekend too!

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  12. I really want to taste it . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments .

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  13. Your friend got great shots on the grasshoppers… and interesting to see pet shops selling crickets ! Nice dishes

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    1. Pet owners will buy the crickets to feed their pet birds, etc.

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  14. I would have loved to go to breakfast with all of you. That looks so very good and I too love dim sum.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  15. The food really is making us all hungry! Looks wonderful!

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  16. All the food looked delicious, but those egg tarts with the beautiful looking flaky pastry looked amazing, YUM!

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  17. At first I thought the insects were being served at the restaurant!

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  18. You seem to eat so much more for breakfast then we do :-) Have a good Sunday Diane

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    1. Yes, Diane! Our breakfast are mostly very heavy! Have a good new week!

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  19. I had to feed crickets to a praying mantis once. - Margy

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    1. I think my friend bought the crickets to feed the birds.

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  20. What a filling breakfast! For some reason, i always feel sorry for the things that have to be eaten for others to survive. Guess that’s why i’m vegetarian.

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    1. That was how I felt at one time but then I realized that this is how the world was created to be, the life cycle.

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  21. Long time didnt eat dim sum, for dim dum i like har gao, not so heaty

    It is good that you maintain your morning walk exercise, good for health

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    1. The putting on weight seems to be faster than my morning walk! Lol!

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  22. Buen desayuno despues de caminar. Un beso.

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  23. As usual very interesting) Thanks a lot for sharing!

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  24. I like to eat dim sum frequently too if I can afford to. The dim sum looks delicious! Crickets for the bird? I thought only seeds or grains for the bird will do.

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    1. I like dim sum but not too often or else I will get bored.

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  25. Nancy, I am too hungry to be reading your blog! :)

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    1. Hi Sandi! It will give you a great appetite!

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  26. Dim sum is perhaps my favourite food in the whole world - so much delicious variety.

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  27. At first I thought those were cockroaches..

    These shops with similar names are too confusing. I like a recent shop name my colleague took me to... Nasi Kambing Harimau Nangis. Now that would be a bit harder to mistake with another shop!

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    1. Nasi Kambing Harimau Nangis - very unique name!

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