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Monday, 18 February 2019

Valentine Dinner At Sushi Tei @ Ipoh Parade.

My initial plan was to stay home and enjoy a nice big bowl of homemade soup for dinner and after that to catch up on my blogs visit and comment. But it was not to be and we ended up joining our friends for a Valentine dinner at Sushi Tei in Ipoh Parade. The decision to eat at Sushi Tei was a last minute decision. I am not familiar with the names of the food we ordered and we left the ordering to our friends. Anyway, the following were what we had for our dinner for 4 people.
This has purple potato in it.

Crispy fried fish skin salad.
Dipping sauce for crispy fish skin - sesame sauce.
These has tuna in the centre.
A bowl of ramen noodle.
Fried rice.
Crispy fried baby crabs.
This looks like mayonnaise, condiment for the crispy fried baby crabs.
Japanese dumplings and dipping sauce.
Our favourite condiment is this ginger pickles.
Tempura (crispy fried vegetables and mushrooms) with dipping sauce.
Sushi Tei @ Ipoh Parade.
Pillars along the glass wall.
After a delightful dinner, we did some walking and window shopping.
We even walked over to the Weil Hotel.
Tea sets display.
Then we bade goodnight to our friends and we parted. A short while later, our friend called to invite us for a drink at STG in Ipoh old town.
We were just in time to order our drinks before the kitchen closes.
Groundnuts decoration at STG.
Coffee with hearts
Iced Sabah Tea with longan.
And a piece of cheese cake to share.
I snapped this picture before getting into our car. At that time I didn't notice that someone was spending some quiet moment by himself at this brightly lit up space. The fountain was not switched on at that time.

On that day you will say, "Praise the Lord!
He was angry with me, but now he comforts me.
See, God has come to save me! I will trust and not be afraid,
for the Lord is my strength and song; he is my salvation.
Oh, the joy of drinking deeply from the Fountain of Salvation!"
(Isaiah 12:1-3, The Living Bible-TLB)

38 comments:

  1. ...Nancy, it looks like your had a yummy Valentine's Day. Enjoy your week.

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    1. Thank you, Tom! Yes, a yummy Valentine! Lol!

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  2. The purple sushi is very pretty! But for me, the ramen looks the tastiest. So much better than the dried kind we buy in a package.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! I enjoy tasting a bit of everything.

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    1. I have come across purple, orange and beige potatoes.

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  4. Not a sushi fan, but those crisp fish skins look so tempting!

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    1. We are not sushi fan but we don't mind trying Japanese food once in a while.

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  5. Feliz semana Nancy. Besitos.

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  6. Great post dear! Photos are amazing !

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  7. Well, looks like you had a happening Valentine's Day evening with nice Japanese food. I went to bed early as usual LOL!

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    1. An unplanned Valentine evening with friends. Lol!

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  8. Looks good but I am sorrry that the baby crabs never had a chance to enjoy their life!! Have a good week Diane

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    1. There is nothing much to eat, just the crispy shells.

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  9. Seems like you had a busy valentine's day, it was just another normal day for me, i like the containers for the longan tea

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    1. It was suppose to be just like any normal day, but it was not to be.

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  10. Purple potatoes sushi is so unique. The tea with longan must be so refreshing.

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    1. I like the purple potatoes sushi. Its my first eating longon with tea.

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  11. Oh my what a wonderful feast. I would have loved to have a bit of each of these dishes. You do dine so very well.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! We enjoy tasting a bit of everything. Have a great day!

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  12. It looks like you had a great Valentines dinner.

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  13. What an impressive and tasty looking valentines dinner.

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  14. This Valentine dinner was so cute♥

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  15. That looks so good, i love the pickled ginger, too.

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    1. The pickled ginger was our favourite and we took many helpings.

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  16. Thought that mayo serving was dessert, looks so pretty.

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