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Thursday, 23 May 2019

1st Dinner At Hin Loong Seafood Restaurant, Menglembu

We are now getting a mixture of bright sunny days and rain mostly in the afternoons and nights. 
 Early morning sky at 7:15 am.
 This was my breakfast - steamed glutinous rice or "loh mai kai".
 Hot unsweetened black coffee.
Hubby had the usual curry noodle (dry version).
 Showing you a glimpse of a part of my garden.
As you can see, most of my plants are grown in pots and the edible vines are growing over the garden.
 Not so clear view of the white bitter melons and angled luffa hanging from above. Thanks to hubby's contribution, the edible vines have more space to grow.
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For that evening's dinner, our initial plan was to dine at Restoran Mun Ji in Menglembu. When we passed by the old shop, we noticed a new restaurant has taken over the shop. We changed our plan and ended up having dinner at this new restaurant.
 We ordered a small portion fish head curry in clay pot.
 A plate of thinly sliced pork belly. I can only remember that we enjoyed it very much.
 Green Amaranth veggie cooked with 3 types of eggs (salted egg, century egg and normal chicken egg).
This is Hin Loong Seafood Restaurant which has taken over the shop formerly occupied by Mun Ji Restaurant.

Oh, do not hold us guilty for our former sins!

Let your tenderhearted mercies meet our needs,

for we are brought low to the dust.

Help us, God of our salvation!

Help us for the honor of your name.

Oh, save us and forgive our sins.

(Psalm 79:8-9, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. I M a huge fan of fish head curry
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  2. Looking at white bitter melon and luffa hang on, such a lovely view.

    Green amaranth and three eggs look so good.

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  3. Yum. Love the Bible verse.

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  4. Your garden is lovely and I really like the overhanging edibles. Very efficient use of space.

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  5. ...I hope that you are having a wonderful day, Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. Wishing you the same too.

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  6. Lo mai kai to start off the day. Nice breakfast.

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    1. Yes, enough to last me till dinner, with fruits for lunch.

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  7. You have a beautiful garden! Such a nice view.

    Hope the weather continues to be rainy at night and pretty in the daytime.

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  8. wow I love your garden, Nancy! That loh mai kai looks so good.

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  9. Wow your garden looks so gorgeous and beautiful, nice! I like

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  10. Wow, a very interesting place to enjoy dinner. I have to say Nancy, your breakfast is always amazing, compared to what we we eat for breakfast in Canada. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. There are many choices to enjoy.

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  11. Tienes una buena cosecha. Un beso.

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  12. I love your breakfast and I love your dinner. Looks so very good.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a great new day!

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  13. The dishes are similar to Mun Ji... I like the green vegetables with gravy.

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    1. So far only tried 3 dishes. Will go back to try other dishes.

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  14. The sunrise is gorgeous! And that egg dish looks wonderful!

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  15. I just love your garden! good use of your time to get vegetables with your hard work and your spouse's too. keep it up!

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    1. With home grown harvest, we are eating more home cooked food.

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  16. I love your garden...love when you show us things like that. And that is sure a pretty sunrise shot.

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  17. I like the sliced pork belly the most

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    1. Yes, very delicious. We all gave thumbs up!

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  18. What a beautiful garden you have. What a delight to grow things in pots, a joy to harvest and enjoy the taste of home grown.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. We will continue to plant and enjoy our garden and harvest as long as we are able to do so.

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  19. Love love that nook of your garden! So beautiful and it produces food for you too heh.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Thank God for that little space and appreciate hubby's contribution.

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  20. Been there last month indeed nice and reasonable price succulents food ... awesome 👏 strongly recommended need to book in advance if you weekend it is very crowded

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    1. Hope to go back to try some of the seafood dishes. But we still prefer the fish head curry at Mun Ji's.

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