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Thursday, 7 March 2019

Dim Sum Breakfast Treat At Dim Sum Yuen, Ipoh.

For the first time, hubby and I had our early morning walking exercise at the Ipoh Polo Ground. At 6.30 am we picked up our friends and drove straight to the polo ground. 
The walking path was wide and surrounding was very well maintained. 
There were many groups gathered for various exercises.
Fast action exercise to the beat of the music.
Waiting for the sun to rise from behind the distance limestone hills.
As the sun rises, the glow of the sun lights up the sky
I stopped to take a snapshot of this man banging his back against the tree trunk. We did our rounds of walking, rested and it was time for breakfast.
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True to our words, we revisited Dim Sum Yuen again.
We were one of the early customers. Plenty of parking space available.
Savoury glutinous rice shaped like pyramids.
Hong Kong style chee cheong fun (steamed flat rice rolls with bbq pork).
We also ordered 2 types of porridge: chicken and century egg.
Crispy bean curd sheet with prawn filling.
Pan fried white raddish cake.
A pair of black swan.
We have tried the brown swans on our previous visit.
Crispy taro skin with salted egg yolk and lotus bean paste filling.
Minced meat dumplings in superior soup.
Prawn dumplings in superior soup


Stuffed luffa or loofah with minced meat in superior soup
And the breakfast ended with a sweet dessert.
Steamed fluffy sponge cake.
Thank you to our dear friend for this dim sum treat.

Treat others as you want them to treat you.
(Luke 6:31, The Living Bible-TLB)
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44 comments:

  1. I should finally try dim sum☺

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  2. I do like the presentation at this place, very classy.

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    1. Something very special and classy, unlike the other dim sum restaurants.

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  3. Hola Nancy, veo que merece la pena madrugar, el ejercicio estupendo y el desayuno espectacular. Los Cisnes son maravillosos da pena comerlos. Buen día. Besos.

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    1. Thank you, Lola! Getting up early has its rewards.

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  4. I saw in one program that banging your back against the tree trunk is supposed to be good for health, i like to eat my ccf plain

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    1. Oh I see, its for health reason. I love eating ccf with the sambal.

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  5. Wow.. looking at these dim sum, I must go again.. tomorrow!

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    1. Yes, this place is worth going back again.

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  6. Pratos muito bem apresentados, aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  7. After the walk, you deserve good food! The dim sum items are all so appetizing.

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  8. The new walking polo ground looks wonderful in limestone hills background! Looks sweet breakfast

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  9. Love the sun rise photos. Those swans look too pretty to eat !! Take care Diane

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  10. Oh, seems dangerous to bang the back against the tree trunk as a branch may break and fall on someone's head.

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    1. I was worried the banging could cause the tree to fall on the others.

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  11. A wonderful walk and then a wonderful breakfast. I wish I could have been with you.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You would have enjoy this dim sum breakfast!

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  12. The food is awesome looking! I love the swans! Are the head & neck edible, or only for decoration? But my favorites are your lovely shots of the limestone hills in the distance, waiting for the dawn.

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    1. The head and neck are only for decoration.

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  13. ...the black swans look too good to eat!

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  14. Mmmm ! Everything looks delicious!

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  15. After all that walking and exercise, it as nice to get breakfast. Such a wide variety. The black swans looked amazing.

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    1. The dim sum are well presented and we enjoy the food here.

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  16. Looks like there's no shortage of good eats there. I have a friend here who's wife is from Thailand but I don't get to see many pictures of his visits over there. Appreciate your photos.

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    1. Thank you, Gene! Thailand is further up north.

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  17. The polo ground looks like a great place to see the sun come up while taking your exercise.

    That was a big breakfast!

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    1. The place is not nearby or else I will be there to capture some nice sunrises.

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  18. Each looks so delicious - especially the black swan, or the rice pyramid! Thank you for sharing this wonderful post! I enjoyed to read.

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  19. Those black swans look beautiful. I would love to try. :)

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